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I have been doing a bunch of engraving around here lately with my Cricut and to do that I had to discover where to find single line fonts and files. I thought I would share some of my sources with you. These files are perfect for engraving, debossing, drawing, foiling, drawing, and more! So, if you want to engrave acrylic or any other material, be sure to download some fonts and draw files.
What is a single line files?
A single line file is one that uses a single pixel line to give the look of a sketch or drawing. When you are drawing or engraving, you want just a single line in your text or image. Otherwise, you get an outline of the text which may or may not be the look you are going for with your project.
In Cricut Design Space, you can filter out the fonts and files by either writing or drawing as the type. This is great if you have Cricut Access, but what if you want something more? Then you need to look for single line files and fonts. These types of files are what you will need to get the look you want on your projects.
Single Line Fonts and Files Sources
You can actually watch as I show you the sources in a short video below. All of these will be linked in the text below as well so you can head directly to each one. On the video, I will show you where to find the right types of files on each of the platforms.
Here are links to each of the sources mentioned in the video:
- Design Bundles – you can always find designs under crafters and single line designs. This source is for mainly draw files.
- Font Bundles – you can find the right designs under other and single line. This source is a sister site to the one above but this one primarily has fonts.
- So Fontsy – great selection under the foil quill heading but there is also a free bundle here to get you started.
- Creative Fabrica – no great way to filter these but you can put “single line” in the search bar.
- Hungry JPEG – again adding “single line” to the search bar seems to be the best way to find the right type of designs.
- Single Line Fonts – this is a source that is only single line designs. I just found it and must say that I love it so far.
I thought I would add some bonus finds to this post as well. Here are a few other sources that I did not mention in the video but you are going to love them!
So, use a few of these sources and grab some single line fonts and files for your craft projects. You are going to love how these really make your Cricut crafts look professional. Especially if you love drawing, engraving, foiling, and debossing with your Cricut tools.