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:


And where we are now:


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
Claire at
Gun at
Carole at
Wendy at
LucyAnn at
Jess at
Sue at
Constanze at
DebbieRose at
Christina at
Susan at
Kathy at
Margaret at (our newest member, welcome Margaret)

Next SAL is on 6 November. See you then!

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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