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I'm so glad you enjoyed it, ladyslipper. If you ever get bored, here's another one that's similar. :-)http://www.jigidi.com/puzzle.php?id=B961U81U
loved this puzzle,so much fun to piece together,thanks Wendy
Amy, I used HUGE pinking shears. I don't know how to sew but I sure know how to use scissors. LOL
Wendy, you are way too hard on yourself. I thought the puzzle was perfect. They zoom in beautifully! It looks like you used pinking shears to create it though... :-)
Oh, Pat. I should have added to something- "that are outright WONDERFUL"......"that I would NEVER have thought of creating."
Ohhhhhhhh, Pat. I wish! NOOO...though. I love the learning process too much. And speaking of great color and design choices, I do believe that you're just as good at that as me. In fact, you sometimes come up with designs that are outright WONDERFUL, but then I didn't have to tell you that.Amy, thank you so much. However, that's just not true. In fact, I sent Mandy an image that had a few blotchy colors over an hour ago, and guess what puzzle I sent to her in an email. This one!Since your comment is only 19 or so minutes 'old' you have to know that I had sent it to her before I ever saw your comment. Anyway, there are 4 shapes where the colors are blotchy.
Totally agree with Pat and Mandy.I love that, even in these large sized puzzles, the colors are so crisp! Sometimes, the large puzzles are blurry, but yours are always perfect!
You're "getting better"?!!! How do you improve on perfection, my dear Wendy?!!! You always make great color--and design--choices!!!
Thank you, Mandy. I'm finally getting better at color choices....but I still struggle.
Wonderful - your colour choices were excellent, Wendy, just different enough to make it tricky. Thanks :~)