My alphabet is an ongoing project. The idea is to make a font from my hand writing to use for inscriptions on windows or for lettering and signage in decorative interior schemes. My current scheme is for Ron Jones House, Stokes Croft, Bristol, where words will run around the top of one of the communal rooms.
Looking at lettering in this type of context of course leads me in to churches again, but because I mostly make work for secular public buildings I need to remove any ecclesiastical looking influences I may pick up here. The words on the early Morris windows at Selsley are encouragingly rough and lively in contrast to the 3-dimensional lettering on the wall of the same church (both shown above). I've put off this alphabet project previously because I knew it would take me a long time, I haven't even started on the capitals and punctuation marks yet.