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Scrappy Jacob's Ladder

Wow, 3 posts in one day…I think that’s a record for me.

I put the finishing touches on my scrappy project earlier today and just needed to share! 185 more words

Quilting

New Pillars of Creation

We reworked iconic Hubble view, using available data. Hubble Legacy Archive is a really huge collection of images and with a little patience, everyone could edit those epic shots from Hubble Space Telescope.   143 more words

Hubble

Starflower chain quilt - finally finished!

Do you have a quilt top drawer? What am I saying! If you answer yes to “Have you quilted for more than 3 years”, then you’ll know all about the quilt top drawer. 625 more words

Old Time Fun & Quilting Too

Last Saturday, our little rural community held it’s 11th annual Dutch Oven Dinner where everything from chili verde to cinnamon rolls is cooked in dutch ovens.   545 more words

Blocks

Highland line action.

Keeping up with goings on with the Highland line Caledonian Sleeper has been interesting to say the least. No sign of those Class 73/9s and the Inverness train is back to single Class 67 haulage. 261 more words

Scottish Highlands

5000 help celebrate the High Speed Train at 40

Mike Humble:

Trains… is there much else mechanical that tugs on the heartstrings of most red blooded little boys and some girls for that matter? Legend is a word that often gets thrown around too much in our modern society, a society where looking back seems to be the only way forward. 1,545 more words

The Intercity 125 is 40 today, will any privatised railway product match it?

In the early to mid 1970s the railway technical team at British Railways were dreaming up a number of projects to completely revolutionise the network, Naughty Dr Beaching a few years earlier had of course rationalised the network back to near extinction, and BR was keen to reinvent itself as a brand that people wanted to travel with. 752 more words

Railways