SAL 36: Another two

Another post where progress isn’t huge, but it’s still progress, right?

You’ll have noticed I have another rather large 3D project on the go, and being strenuous, it’s leaving me zonked in the evenings, which is when I usually embroider. But there’s no deadline for this piece, so I’m OK with slow and steady.

Where we were before:

alphabet-halfway

And where we are now:

alphabet-to-o

It’ll be time for me to work some more border soon, I think, and then the bottom half of the work, which has a bit more going on.

Do go over and see what the other ladies are working on, it’s always worth a visit:

Avis at http://sewingbesidethesea.wordpress.com
Claire at http://claire93.wordpress.com
Gun at http://rutigt.wordpress.com
Carole at http://aslightobsessionwithbooks.wordpress.com
Wendy at http://thecraftersapprentice.blogspot.co.uk
LucyAnn at https://lucyannluna.wordpress.com
Jess at https://everthecrafter.wordpress.com
Sue at http://sewingmagpie.blogspot.com
Constanze at https://textiledreamer.wordpress.com
DebbieRose at https://sewrosey.wordpress.com
Christina at https://petalsandpins.wordpress.com
Susan at http://susanpblog.wordpress.com
Kathy at https://livinginrapidcity.wordpress.com
Margaret at https://thecraftycreek.com (our newest member, welcome Margaret)

Next SAL is on 6 November. See you then!

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25 thoughts on “SAL 36: Another two

  1. lucyannluna says:

    I still love the simple design Kate

  2. nanacathy2 says:

    Slow and steady is good progress.

  3. claire93 says:

    I love watching this grow ^^

  4. kathyreeves says:

    I am with you all the way! And once the 3- D effort is finished, you will be rolling right along. 🙂

  5. craftycreeky says:

    It’s a lovely alphabet, I like the monochrome effect too 🙂

  6. magpiesue says:

    Yes, even a little progress is progress. I think you should feel proud to have accomplished two whole letters!

  7. Just keep going little by little and you’ll get there 🙂

    • katechiconi says:

      I’m hoping for more time and energy in the evenings once the trailer’s done. And I’m looking forward to getting to the bottom, where there’s a bit of fancy stuff going on!

  8. Carole says:

    It must be quite a contrast going from the beautiful & delicate stitching to the painting project.

    • katechiconi says:

      Just a little! In addition, embroidery doesn’t require work clothes and protective mask and gloves! On the other hand, I can’t haul a sampler behind the motorbike… 🙂 Both equally satisfying in their own way.

  9. rutigt says:

    N O so nice! And it always feel good not to have a “Must be finished-date” 🙂

  10. Wendy says:

    Even with a small bit of progress it’ll still get done!

  11. Slow and steady is the best kind of progress.

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