These fonts are free for any use, as per the enclosed readme files. I would like to hear about any use you might get out of them, however, so leave feedback.
There is an old lady who goes to the village and tries to sell her jam, but people prefer to buy jam from the hobbits who live under the hill. So she pretends that the jam she is selling is hobbit-made. She letters the labels in the best imitation of hobbit script that she can muster, and this is what it looks like.
This is a revised version of Milk Run which I made for writing colour text in The Decktet Book, splicing its neat and compact form with frivolous serifs of the S family. Sour Milk contains quite a few international characters.
These two are fonts that I designed when putting together the Decktet. Fortune Letters is a seasoning salt, a close relative to the S-family font Spelling Salt. It includes support for lots of international characters, including the complete Cyrillic alphabet. The sparse dingbats font Fortune Widgets provides extra body to the recipe.
Etcher Skesch is designed to look like geometric, woodblock lettering. It resembles somewhat the blocky initials of hiphop lithographer Maurits Cornelis, aka MC Escher.