Dear Agatha: a single line font duo!

Download Dear Agatha: a single line font duo! for free! Created by Missy Meyer and published by Eric Barnett, this script font family is perfect for adding a unique touch to your designs.

Font Name : Dear Agatha: a single line font duo!
Author : Missy Meyer
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License: : Free for personal use / Demo
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Added by : Eric Barnett

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Are you in the market for a script font that will make your music engravings pop? Look no further than Dear Agatha, the perfect single-line and hairline font duo created by Missy Meyer. This fun cursive font comes with over 200 alternates, ligatures, and extras, as well as a perfectly paired all-caps sans-serif for easy pairing.

But what makes Dear Agatha unique is its single-line and hairline formats, which make it perfect for sketch pens, foil quills, engraving tools, infusible ink pens, and other styluses or nibs that draw letters with a single line instead of an outline. And don't worry about compatibility; Dear Agatha comes in both formats, so you can download and install both to make sure you have the right one for your software program.

But that's not all; these TTF files also include OpenType coding and PUA encoding, making it easy to access all of the alternates in a variety of programs, including vector programs like Adobe Illustrator, CorelDRAW, and Affinity Designer. And with the included PDF guides, you'll have all the information you need to get the most out of these fonts.

So whether you're a music engraver, a calligrapher, or just someone looking for a unique and eye-catching font, Dear Agatha is the perfect choice. Download it today and start making your projects stand out!

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