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The grass is always greener, or something...! LOL! Thanks, Denise and Hanne--I really liked doing this one, even though I didn't make the board (1:14:24), and I'm glad you did, too!
Thanks so very much Pat, I love these where you can make loooong coloumns!! It's so very cosy!!
Stop complaining about the weather you two. It's 41 degrees Celsius (106 Farenheit) in Melbourne today. The South east corner of Australia is having a heat wave at the moment. Adelaide (the capital city of the State of South Australia is expecting 44 (111) !!! I must admit though I hate the cold - but this is too hot for everyone. Guess there's nothing to do but sit inside in the cool and do jigsaw puzzles. This one was fantastic thaanks Pat.
I forgot to mention that we started out at 8 degrees and are now in the mid 20's--chilly, indeed!
Thanks, siouxzn (do you mind if I still call you that? I love that name!)--this was a new type for me. I have always made borders puzzles with overlapping or nested rectangles, only once actually adding some extra individual lines to change things a bit, but this time I did it all with separate lines, and it gave me much more freedom, although, of course, it took much longer to create. And it looks more like a maze, now, than borders.Hmmm...now that I think of it, this was very much like the grid I made last week, where I kept the colors extending in linear patterns without letting them cross each other--I bet that, if I could erase the grid lines on that one, the patterns would be similar.....
Pd, That was a MAZE ing, I just missed the current bubble "1:27:33", but it is so cold--I am so cold-- here today that I'm pleased with my time.