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Thanks so very much Pat, it's bookmarked!!
But it thought that was the criterion they used for selecting material or colors for golf pants! LOL! Thanks, Rosie! :-)))
Thanks for a bunch of loverly, fun puzzles. This one is actually elegant and would make beautiful fabric but never for golf pants--I would run screaming if I saw those coming at me on a golf course!!!!!
http://www.jigidi.com/created.php?id=6EYWT4JXHave fun, Hanne! I just now finished your Sunshine one--wonderful puzzle!!!I can just see this as a pair of Bermuda shorts, or golf pants! LOL! Thanks, whatnauts! :-)))
This is lovely, PD and would make excellent fabric.
Oh, Pat, please!! Will you???? It reminds me of a dress I had as a kid!! Thanks so very much!!
Maybe I should have called this a Jockey/Fruit of the Loom/Joe Boxerfly then, Edie! :-DDDThanks, Katie and PJ--this is that blurry borders techniques, plus some imploding. It reminded me a little of Madras cloth. :-)))
Nice effect, (hee-hee!)......
Very fun solve, Pat - and a very interesting composition.PJ
Nice curvaceous boxes. It looks like an hourglass in the center...maybe a timerfly. Love these Pat!
Boxerfly? Umm, sounds like something in my son's underwear. Thanks Pat
Maybe, on second glance, I should have named this a mixed box kiterfly--it does remind me of that kind of kite! Thanks for keeping track of them, Ardy! :-)))
One very pretty boxerfly has been recorded on the master list. Thanks for sharing this with the scientific community.