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Thanks, PJ--I thought that was the perfect description, too! :-)))
Pat - wonderful and so fun, and reading the comments is great entertainment too! I'd like to underscore Ardy's comment : "The early bird gets the worm but the swirly bird gets to be a Pat puzzle." Great... :-)PJ
Thanks, Katie and Ank! It is a pudgy little budgie, isn't it?! :-)))Starla hasn't been on my puzzles lately... :-((( LOL!!!
Love it, I see a bird
She's busy requesting everyone to make larger puzzles.
This cute little bird is looking down and saying, "I've really gotta go on a diet...I can't see my feet!" Very fun design Pat! As for the big grids at your other profile - I'm glad you respond to the requests from those who like bigger puzzles.
Thanks, Gail and Ardy--I like the swirly bird! LOL! As for the puzzles, I tried something new the other day when I posted four small ones all at once, all variations on the same original. I promised to make medium and large ones later,and that's what happened yesterday and today--so one day, for those who like small puzzles, it was feast, and the next ones, famine...! Sorry! But tomorrow I'll be back to my regular postings. :-)))
It's like I'm looking down at the top of a bird's head but I'm not ready to accept a worm's body even though I don't know what else to call it. I know!!!! It's a swirly bird!! The early bird gets the worm but the swirly bird gets to be a Pat puzzle. Thanks, Pat.Glad there are two smaller puzzles here. Your other profile is full of huge puzzles.
It's the multi-colored striped Antarctic Penguin. But I think he went this-a-way and not that-a-way. Great puzzle. I still don't know how you do it!
Yes, it looked like a bird with its head turned--not so sure about wanting to think of it as a worm's body on the bird, though! LOL! Thanks, Barb--I'm glad you liked my newest version in a never-ending (I hope!) quest to re-invent the swirl! :-)))
Such an interesting design, Pat. Looks almost like a worm with a bird's head (green beak) who is looking sharply to the left. Maybe the early bird got the worm today. LOLThanks for another variation on the swirl. :-)