Monday, 03 August, 2020

Month: September 2018


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Patchwork n Play: No grand illusions!

I’m calling my latest finish “No Grand Illusions’! It is the ‘Hidden Agenda’ quilt pattern I tested for  Angela recently. I had fun quilting these swirls! Since I have been making my own basting spray, the actual process goes very Read more…


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The Games We Play: Arnhem and Manouvre

John brought a couple of games down to try out last night, firstly the preview of our participation game for next years show circuit. It covers the XXX Corps drive to Arnhem during market Garden. The  game consists of a Read more…


The Games We Play: Tanagra 457BC

Tim arranged the next in his series of chronological Ancient battles, this one being Tanagra in 457BC, so almost modern! We were off the Peleponnesian Wars, so no more Herodotus for us and instead it was Thucydides. Tim has also Read more…


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The Games We Play: A Bridge Too Far

Just as time on reconnaisance is rarely wasted, I have found spending time and/or money on terrain is rarely wasted either. One thing that wargames always need are bridges as they are frequently both choke points and the focal points Read more…


I have been to... The National Army Museum

On the recent Bank Holiday, my wife went down to London to catch up with some friends and I tagged along and managed to fit in a trip to the National Army Museum in Chelsea. I’ve not been there before, Read more…


Patchwork n Play: Some success....

Some failures! This dress was a failure… Way too big!  I am hoping it might fit a friend? Thankfully I had more success with this one… made from my recent Outback Wife purchase.  Last week I delivered these two cushions to my  Read more…