Here is an Embroidery Lettering and Monogram Editor!

SewWrite (SWR) is software for creating and arranging high-quality lettering for embroidery files. It uses hand-digitized alphabets based on Windows fonts for greater quality and ships with a wide range of typefaces. User requests for additional alphabets will be considered. SewWrite ships with over 70 alphabets and four symbol/dingbat alphabets.

Use the Download button below to install both the free 14-day Demo (no purchase necessary) and the retail version, as well as to update the software. Do not update the software during the DEMO period, as this will cause immediate expiration of the trial. Download the user manual for details about all the features available in SewWrite. MAC users should use the MAC Download button below and can refer to installation instructions for details.

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Features of SewWrite

Once SewWrite is installed on your computer, you can open the Help menu and read the “Getting Started” topic for detailed information regarding use of the software. SewWrite is written to have the “look and feel” of a word processor, which makes it straightforward to create lettering for your embroidery projects.


Lettering can be placed on various curves and selected monogram styles can be applied. Saving the project will store the letters and formatting in a special swr file which can be reopened later in SewWrite for further editing.  An embroidery file is also created. A variety of embroidery formats, including DST, HUS, JEF, PES, VIP, and VP3, may be chosen. You can set an embroidery Editor Path from the File Menu so that when a project file is saved in SewWrite, the embroidery file will be automatically opened in your favorite embroidery editor software for further editing and/or merging with other embroidery files.

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