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Go for it Mimi--I'll be here, humming the Skater's Waltz for you! :-)))
Very nice, I believe I can use my skates on this one. I'm gonna try!
Oooooops, forgot the bells--I have no idea how you can ring four bells separately with just two hands--that must be a difficult skill to learn. Thanks for that comparison, as well!
I love your different interpretations! I wondered about using that title, because it's the name of a knot, or rather the way to tie the knot on a man's tie. I just wanted something to reflect the fact that this is a 4-sided kaleido, and I thought that maybe I could get away with calling the center a knot...or not....! :-)))Thanks so much, PJ! Katie, Jan, Ardi, SandiT, whatnauts, and Lela--Amish design is wonderful, and I'm proud to be associated with it! And I'd love to see the results when anyone wears this! :-DDD
I might attach this to my night-cap.........
Oh yes, this is a wonderful broach. I'm going to need a new outfit, er costume....
I agree with Jiggy. It makes me think of "Bird In Hand" Pennsylvania, in the heart of Amish Country. Very nice puzzle. Thanks.
Love it, Pat. To me four-in-hand means playing with two bells in each hand and being able to ring each separately. The bells end up being crossed in your hand somewhat like the center of this puzzle. Thanks, Pat. Great puzzle.
Wonderful puzzle, Pat! For some reason, the title made me think of Amish country in Pennsylvania! Very pretty!Jan
Oooh! Party clothes! I would have never known, but for your description. Thanks for more fun Pat!
Pat - such a fun design. Loved the central 3D effect.PJ
Would like this in a lot more pieces please. Thank you