Monday, 03 August, 2020

Month: August 2015


Patchwork n Play: Winter Citrus

is finished! Seems winter is not! I took an opportunity to take some photos of my  latest finish…. but there was an icy wind and I had to hurry. A vintage sheet for the backing Hence some blurry photos! I Read more…


motorcycle

I’ve written about my experience riding my motorcycle before, but I felt compelled to write about my progress after riding today. I acknowledge that certain things come easily for some people. I also will say that the skills to skillfully Read more…


get happy

I saw this on Facebook the other day. It is a quick visual that really puts things into perspective, and maybe will encourage a positive action to change our lives. So many times, I believe, we get “stuck” doing the Read more…


The Games We Play: One Hour Wargames variants

I am quite a fan of Neil Thomas’s rules, in particular his One Hour Wargames, which include not only sets of rules covering everything from Ancients to moderns, but also 30 scenarios, and army generator etc. The rules are so Read more…


https://patchworknplay.blogspot.com/2015/08/weekending.html

https://patchworknplay.blogspot.com/2015/08/weekending.html


Don

A few weeks ago I was feeling sluggish. I sit most of the day at work. My legs felt particularly achy, and the best way I can describe the feeling in my back was “crunchy”. Those of you who are Read more…


https://patchworknplay.blogspot.com/2015/08/we-have-winner.html

https://patchworknplay.blogspot.com/2015/08/we-have-winner.html


https://patchworknplay.blogspot.com/2015/08/wips-wednesday.html

https://patchworknplay.blogspot.com/2015/08/wips-wednesday.html


The Games We Play: Operation Charnwood (1)

At something of a loose end one week I decided the time was ripe to plug on with our Memoir 44 Normandy Campaign. Avid readers may recall that the Battle for Hill 112 all went a bit pear shaped for Read more…


Patchwork n Play: Rainbow Connection

I am proud and happy to share my latest finish  with you! Formerly known as “Modern Amish”,  its new name came to me as I was sewing on the  binding.  As each quilt is unique, so should be its name! Read more…