YWFT Crossover is oh-so-aptly named, since it started as custom lettering for branding work, then crossed over into font format. It also is comprised entirely of crosses--so very meta. YWFT Crossover functions much like a bitmap font, but contains beautiful details, such as extra tab lines, which results in a cross stitch-type effect. However, YWFT Crossover is far more consistent and digital than any cross stitch. YWFT Crossover was converted to Opentype format in 2010.