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It was the hardest part, but apparently a lot harder for me than for you, considering our times! LOL!
Cool swirl. The blue was the hardest since the hues are so close to each other.
I almost never did her swirls because of the white, but now that I can change the background, it was much better. I guess that was a double negative for you--the white against white AND a large solid color space...Yes, mine was challenging, but not really a monster! :-)))
I solved the 300+ pc version of Sue's swirl. I find that plenty big for the ones with the white space. You had a nice time on it.It would appear this triplets swirl is a bit of a devil. Still, you're not far off the board.....
I see I'm off the board, so I'll add my time--1:06:20. Sigh.........
Thanks, whatnauts--have fun! I just did Sue's "little swirl" in the wowser size--oh, my, that was an experience! LOL!
I usually sort everything first, but I saw how much blue there was, so I took out the border, and then what I wrote. We both left the blues for last, and I think that was very smart! Yes, our times were very close! :-)))
This is great!! I'm going to have so much fun working your swirls this weekend :)))))
I started with the background, then moved onto the red. I found that after I pulled out all the red, the inner colors were right there. So I ended up doing them first, then the reds and finished with the blues. My time isn't far behind yours, so I don't feel too bad.
I just finished it myself--I sorted the center and the red/purple sections, and did those, then worked to connect them. Only then did I work the blues, which seemed ENDLESS! LOL!
Good for you! :-)))
Well, I'm on the board...for now. : )