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i have been hemming and hawing about buying myself this commercially-made quilt of circles but i keep telling myself that i could just make one myself. so i haven't gotten it.

 

but when Malka put up her latest twinkle mini-quilt for sale, i just had to have it. she makes her circles using a shibori dyeing technique that i'm learning through her book. one day, when i grow up, i might make myself a giant twinkle like this for my bed. for now, i'm happy to stare at this little one and wonder...

Since a long time I had a "coup de foudre" for the Garnet Hill Afghan

www.garnethill.com/jump.jsp?itemID=12198&itemType=PRO...

And when I saw Julia's real one

www.flickr.com/photos/juliayarning/2187180481/

I decided to try my own version with the help of Wendy's pattern

Hex granny Square

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Leftover yarns Phildar Lambswool and Auteuil

A fun, quick and easy project : I love this !

 

Et encore merci a Julia et Wendy

Euan finished his exams yesterday. After a break for pizza, we head back out to the pub to resume the celebrations.

 

Glasgow, 2010.

 

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Yellowstone is a very diverse eco-system. In the north there is quite a bit of "desert". Many spaces are void of trees and the sagebrush takes over. Some of the sagebrush, as it ages, gets quite tall. The sagebrush shown here is relatively immature. I believe the hill is Garnet Hill just west of Tower-Roosevelt on the Grand Loop Road. The snow was quite deep here in places. Some of the drifts are visible in the image. I felt quite lucky to get an evening sky like this. During much of my stay the sky was overcast.

 

This hill stands alone surrounded by the sagebrush!

 

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© 2010 James Duckworth

The Tenement House is an ordinary middle-class tenement from the late 19th century, standing in Garnethill. The faithfully restored four rooms appear as if frozen in time and provide a rare glimpse into life in Glasgow in the early 20th century.

Shorthand typist Miss Agnes Toward preserved her furniture and possessions with love and care. She held on to all sorts of things that most people would have thrown away, and this extensive personal archive is a valuable

Ladies and Gentlemen, allow me to introduce Andy. I met him in Garnethill yesterday as I milled around waiting for my wife between films at the GFT. Asking for a coupla quid, I graciously donated. Partly because I'm quite a charitable sort AND I spotted a photo opportunity. He was fairly pleasant to me - probably because I had just given him enough for a packet of fags. However, other people passing weren't quite so lucky as they became the target of some nasty vitriol delivered quietly from the corner of his mouth i.e. "check the state'a that fuckin weirdo". As I left him sitting, waving from his bench, I wondered if he was perhaps muttering under his breath..."miserable bastard"

For Eclectic Gipsyland - not the best photo, but shows the true colors. Can't wait to see your creation!

Picnic in the Park_2017_Garnethill Park

A complete window depicting St Francis Xavier from the interior of St Aloysius RC Church in Garnethill, Glasgow. The church is in the care of the Jesuit order and was designed by the Belgian architect Charles Menart with the interior being completed in 1927 by the Austrian architect Ernest Schaufelburg.

silhouettes in Glasgow as viewed from Garnethill to the west end. PS The birds are false - all the lamps in this area have their own metal bird at the top of the pole

Another set of traffic trails with the unknown photographer from last night at Charing Cross.

Caravan parked in the wee park at Garnethill, think this was something to do with the Film Festival.

 

Polaroid Propack Land Camera, Fuji FP-100C.

Dumbarton to Easterhouse to Garnethill

railing in good condition (compared to thousands that are not) in Glasgow's Garnethill

a look back at the mack - a 30 second look at the south west corner taken shortly after the first fire, whilst the library was lost the building still retained its charm and was repairable

 

Garnethill - July 2014

Picnic in the Park_2017_Garnethill Park

Since a long time I had a "coup de foudre" for the Garnet Hill Afghan

www.garnethill.com/jump.jsp?itemID=12198&itemType=PRO...

And when I saw Julia's real one

www.flickr.com/photos/juliayarning/2187180481/

I decided to try my own version with the help of Wendy's pattern

Hex granny Square

sunshinescreations.vintagethreads.com/2007/07/hex-granny-...

Leftover yarns Phildar Lambswool and Auteuil

A fun, quick and easy project : I love this !

 

Et encore merci a Julia et Wendy

 

by charles rennie mackintosh.

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Dumbarton to Easterhouse to Garnethill

by elder & cannon

 

a tripartite of works atop garnethill, glasgow

 

'architect geeks' all three schools are worth a visit.........

  

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See this earlier shot to read about this excellent band.

 

Glasgow, 2010.

the floorboards have a pleasing tactile squeek and a little give,

a very pleasant route....

  

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21st March 2011

 

Glasgow, Scotland

section of mosaic from the Scott Street park mural dated 1978 and sadly coming apart

Our concept for the regeneration of park proposes the creation of a People’s Platform for the Garnethill community, in which the residents can share their skills, enterprises, knowledge, talents and attributes. Through the creation of a space in which the surrounding community can showcase who they are, the identity of the area will emerge, re-establishing the park as the people’s space. For this movement to occur we understand that the involvement of the community is essential. Our proposal therefore suggests a series of steps towards realising the park’s potential and has not been dictated by the architects and engineers.

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Picnic in the Park_2017_Garnethill Park

it's the most photogenic street in this part of garnethill eg

 

no handrail or toughened glass!

 

thankfully protective legislation ensures that this cannot be built today.....

 

we are all much safer and should be thankful that the powers that be,

 

to protect us from such obvious life threatening dangers..........

 

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