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Thanks, milehigh. I agree on both counts... it's a tough one and to solve it in less than an hour IS amazing! I'd still be there three hours after I'd started :-)
wow that was a tough one for me... who ever did it under and 1hr is amazing :)
No worries, mate :-)
Thanks for the best wishes for the tower Chrissie. Haven't got a diagnosis yet! Well had to do the puzzle so can't help how many pieces. Yes I have seen your purrple puzzle - it's bookmarked - just waiting for me to get time to fit it in. Thank you so much dear friend.
Thanks, Ann. So sorry to hear the tower is in hospital. I hope the diagnosis is favourable and a speedy recovery is expected! You must be nutso to do 400 pieces on a small screen, girl! Did you see the purple one I made for you a couple of days ago? Not 400 pieces but still a challenge on a laptop screen. Maybe wait for the tower to come home :-)
Thanks, Sadie. Will I make the next diagonal slanted the other direction so you don't put your back out leaning too long the other way? Gaius Schmaius... what would he know! A bloke who was looking for toga buttons? Wouldn't know a neologism from his elbow :-)
Slanty is good, especially in those colours. Loved the sheeny metallic look too Chrissie. Took longer than I thought, partly because of the different tile sizes, but also because I did it on the laptop ?13". The desk tower is at the hospital at present - no diagnosis yet so not sure how long before it can come home. Thanks.
I sat tilted to one side of my chair as I did this one, LOL !Thank you Chrissie dearest for a beautiful exemplar of oblique patternry!!!Gaius just told me that there is no such word as "patternry". I gave him a caramel and told him to lock his teeth in it!