Friday, 23 October, 2020

Month: May 2016


A window on my world....

My husband and I had a weekend in the city… It was so cold, even the stair railings were trying to  stay warm! I love this bridge, with its view over the city… it would make a cool quilting pattern! Read more…


Patchwork n Play: More random bits....

 Chuck Nohara blocks for May! My knitting is progressing well… In fact I have cast off and am now on the back! A block from a baby quilt I’m making…. Aren’t those foxes cute?  I’m May’s Queen Bee in the Read more…


The Games We Play: BF Jeeps

One bargain I picked up at Triples this year was a pack of Jeeps on the bring and buy. You can never have too many jeeps, and at a fiver for three they were actually pretty reasonable compared to the Read more…


Benefits of Diet Change

The Time to Play Philosophy is that you have to be happy, healthy, have money and a work life balance. As far as health, as a person who has worked in healthcare over these last almost 30 years observing the Read more…


The Games We Play: Elst (again)

I’ve been working on a set of WW2 rules to bridge the gap between battalion sized actions and full brigades. A lot of battles in the war resolved to a few battalions, too small for something like NATO Brigade Commander, Read more…


Patchwork n Play: Introducing Mr. B. Wren

I loved making this cushion! I participated in a workshop with Jess, one of the  designers…. Jess, with her cushion.  It will give you some idea of its size. at the Australian Quilt Convention recently. That’s my friend Deb, stitching Read more…


Patchwork n Play: Musical inspiration...

 I tried to use these for inspiration for this round of  the Four-in-Art challenge!  but no matter how much I thought about them, I remained uninspired! So while sorting out my photos recently, I stumbled across this one… taken at Read more…