Combining different font syles gives a more expressive and "personalized" monogram.
My first exposure to mongrams were the tiny little "F's" that were sew on my uncles dress hankerchiefs. It honed my eye for noticing embroidered letters on fine linens. How I would admire their elegant beauty. In later years I was able to combine my "letter love" with the artful sewing skills taught to me by my Mother and Aunt. I have been involved with sewing monograms for well over 30 years and even now still experience delight at anything monogrammed.
A two-letter monograms is nested in vines.
It is with that devotion that last year, I decided to forego all other creative endeavors and concentrate solely on developing my (Trisha Evans Designs - A Vintage White) business lines. I have been stretched in so many directions for so long and just needed to simplify my life and give my creative spirit flight (instead of more deadlines). I will be introducing custom monogram designs and exclusive products for vintage-inspired living. While I am thoroughly enjoying every step of the process of designing and digitizing my own monogram fonts and motifs, I am inspired by some wonderful styles from other designers. I am combining a few of my favorites here, to exemplify what I see as the changing look of traditional monograms.
We are working with various suppliers and workrooms to bring you some wonderful new products to showcase your custom monogram choices while still reflecting the casual elegance of time-worn style. It is my hope that letters will one day too become my legacy as they have with my uncle. I love you (Uncle) Chilly for it is to you that I owe so much, most especially my love of letters!