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. Designed exclusively by Michael Cina and YouWorkForThem.