SAL 34: more alphabet

I haven’t made a lot of progress this time, but it’s not too shameful 🙂

Various other projects have taken priority, including one big one that has nothing to do with sewing and everything to do with hard labour, leaving me tired in the evenings, my hands sore and not much inclination to dig out the embroidery.  Still, some progress is better than none at all, eh?


Top row of alphabet


Alphabet to K

Don’t you love that twirly J?  I think it’s my favourite so far!

Time to go and check out all the others’ work. Don’t forget about the difference in time zones; if you’re seeing me first, you may need to drop in to theirs a bit later to give them a chance to get their posts up. Not everyone posts every time, but there’ll still be something worth seeing there.

Avis at
Claire at
Gun at
Carole at
Wendy at
LucyAnn at
Jess at
Sue at
Constanze at
DebbieRose at
Christina at
Susan at
Kathy at

See you next time.

PS: It’s Father’s Day in Australia today, so happy day to all the lovely fathers out there 🙂


31 thoughts on “SAL 34: more alphabet

  1. kathyreeves says:

    I’m with you, Kate. Any progress is good progress, especially this round!

    • katechiconi says:

      I’ve got a big non-sewing project happening behind the scenes which is physically quite demanding, so there’s a strong tendency to fall asleep as soon as my bum hits my chair :-). Hence lack of more impressive progress…

  2. Considering everything, that is excellent progress. And I do love the J.

  3. manicmumdays says:

    The ‘J’ is beautiful … but is ‘I’ missing?

  4. Debbierose says:

    Your sampler is lovely. Every stitch is progress and J definitely is curly cute

  5. Wendy says:

    Progress is definitely progress, well done!

  6. claire93 says:

    2 letters is good progress considering everything else you have on your plate

  7. lucyannluna says:

    At least a couple of letters is a little more done

  8. Carole says:

    You can’t do everything. I found that out! LOL
    The J is lovely but I like the K best 🙂

  9. Kathy D says:

    I don’t/can’t have a favorite – they are all beautiful! All the curliques and the immaculate stitching! Curiously waiting to find out what the big project is.

  10. It doesn’t matter if you don’t get any more done. I for one will be happy to see the same photo again. It’s beautiful!

  11. Magpie Sue says:

    I meant to do an updated SAL post on my blog actually on Sunday but came down with a migraine. I hope others took the time to scroll down a post if they came to visit. Meanwhile, I love all the letters in your alphabet!

  12. mewithptsd says:

    I just found your blog last night, it’s lovely, I feel so inspired!! I pride yself on details and guess what… had I not read the “I” would be missing and gone back to check I’d never had known! So, I suppose the messages are do what you think looks good and dazzle me with awesome new ideas and projects and I will just glaze over with happy green envy and miss the obvious. 😀 On the 15th of next month I will post for scrap happy and today I will try to get the family’s Disney Pin Sashes sewn! Thank you sooooo much for sharing your life and blog!

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