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21/02/2018 à 04:51  [réponse]  Font identification

Police identifiée : Isabella

Yes! her husband, Jeff Garrett, is the owner

Hey Font Designers!

Just a heads up - this embroidery company is illegally digitizing and renaming our fonts. They did not purchase the correct licensing from me, I can only imagine they didn't purchase licensing for the others, either.
Check to see if your fonts are here or tag a friend.

They probably won't reply to your emails, as it took another designer and myself more than 2 weeks to get more than 25 fonts removed through the host. You can send any legal notices directly to their host.

Good Luck!

They also have an Etsy shop:

Report those items directly to Etsy

Édité le 11/10/2017 à 09:24 par marty666

16/08/2016 à 13:43  [réponse]  Selling Stolen Fonts

Like I said, some were mine, and I know who some of the others belong to.

Édité le 16/08/2016 à 13:53 par penelopelime

16/08/2016 à 13:12  [réponse]  Selling Stolen Fonts

It's easy to see and recognize the fonts, stolen product images, too. They had some of my fonts and background images. I already reported mine. I know I can't report any else's - that's why I posted here - so other people could see if their fonts are in the shops. If you see your friend's font, maybe let them know.

16/08/2016 à 08:09  [réponse]  font help please

Police identifiée : Bonjour

16/08/2016 à 07:06  [post initial]  Selling Stolen Fonts

Font designers should check these few Etsy shops. They are re-selling our fonts. If you see your font - At the bottom of the product pages you can "report the item" or email

Help shut these asshats down. thx

20/01/2016 à 06:22  [réponse]  Font?

Police identifiée : Country Chic

Just want to notify designers that this site is selling our fonts

If you see yours, you can fill out this form here:

18/09/2015 à 21:52  [réponse]  Font "Falling Over"??

Ha Ha! That's cute.
Thank you for taking a look at it.
I was going to ask, and then I felt a little bit stupid, but I think I will just go ahead and ask him.

18/09/2015 à 14:30  [réponse]  Font "Falling Over"??

I'll send you a link privately

Édité le 18/09/2015 à 14:35 par penelopelime

18/09/2015 à 09:42  [post initial]  Font "Falling Over"??

Hello Dafont!

A customer recently mentioned to me, that he was able to use my ttf. file just fine, but the "otf kept falling over when it went to print."

What does "falling over" mean??


Thank you again. I did find where I was able to add language system in the "font info"
Also in the meantime I found in a photshop elements forum instructions for my customer to "reset Tools" and it worked.
I was a little afraid to make any changes given that the font worked properly in every other program except for PS Elements.

Everybody here is always so awesome. I'm truly very thankful to have found this website. Making fonts is the start of a whole new path for me and its so exciting. I have dafont to thank.

Thanks again.

Thank you! I see where that is set, but how to change it? Please excuse my ignorance, I am new to FontLab. I've been reading through the manual, but I'm still not sure how to change it. Do I type it manually?

I should have added, It might be Photoshop Elements more so than photoshop.

Thank you.
Sweet Pea for sure. But strangely, I just downloaded a trial of photoshop so i could see for myself. I'm not that familiar with it, but I noticed instantly they were a bit off. When I toggled the character panel, the spacing was set by default to -25.
I put a zero in that box, and the fonts are perfect. It seemed that by default the font was set to condensed. However, this is not working for any other users?

Hi. I've had some reports of my fonts not displaying the kerning properly in Photoshop. The kerning is perfect in my font software and even in word, illustrator, and various CNC specific software for embroidery and other types of cutting programs. I've tried to help people manually adjust the spacing, but I know that's a pain to do. Considering the above, I wonder if it is a photoshop issue, or a problem with my fonts? Are there any suggestions or has anyone else ever seen this before?

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