I’d never had grits until I moved to Florida around 10 years ago. Almost everywhere I found them, they were loaded up with cheese. Which ... I’m never going to complain about added cheese, folks.
Cheesy Grits is a fun, fat, blobby font that’s perfect for logos, branding, packaging, crafts, and tons of other projects. It has two uppercase sets for variety, plus a few additional double-letter ligatures and alternates.
I liked making Cheesy Grits so much, I decided to make a second “slim” version—still as quirky and fun, but with thinner strokes, just so you have options!
BONUS! I’m trying something new with this one: if you have software that’s friendly to OpenType features (like Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop CC, or the latest Silhouette Studio Designer Edition), you’re already good to go—everything can be accessed through your Glyphs panel.
If, however, your design program doesn’t have that built-in access, and you normally tend to use a secondary program like Character Map or Font Book, I have a treat for you! Your download includes a PDF with all of the characters included on it; instead of using Character Map/Font Book, you can copy the characters you want from the PDF, and paste them directly into your design program!
Cheesy Grits comes with my usual set of 300+ extended Latin characters for language support—and they’re all included in the PDF as well!