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Thanks Kirsten, it's nice to see you today :~)
Don't worry Wendy, I know that you meant it anyway when you made a comment :~)
Luvverley flowers Mandy!! Thank you for a terrific puzzle, and the "busy" size, it's perfect!! :)))
I feel awful, Mandy. I never said that I thought this puzzle is beautiful. Well, it is.
That would work.... :~)
Well then, at least take the 12 piece puzzle and cut it in half to make 6 pieces. I'll cut the 6 piece one into 2 three piece puzzles.
Thanks Gail, I'm glad you enjoyed it :~)
This does look like a beautiful quilt or maybe crocheted afghan. Thank you for the fun.
Tell that to TPTB!! I can't make them with less than 12 pieces these days!!
Well, I'm both busy and daring, but I think a three piece puzzles would be perfect.
LOL - Wendy I hope so - although they might feel abandoned because I'm immersed in Jigidi... but then again so might they be!! :~)
Thanks Pat, I know I'm so naughty when I "cut" the puzzle this way! I'd not seen it as a quilt, thanks it's a great idea.
Do you have any friends who aren't busy or daring?
Tricky--the pieces cut right along the borders (28 pieces, 28 squares), and that makes it a fun challenge even at this size! Beautiful--it would make a fabulous quilt--and a great complement to your Day puzzle, too! :-)))
Thanks Katie, I thought so, I'm glad you agree :~)
Thanks Magda, I think you would quickly grow bored with 2 to 4 piece size puzzles!! Even if Jigidi allowed them to be published in such a small size!! :~))
This is a fantastac floral arrangement Mandy! The perfect tribute to Who Knew?!
well, you see, I have done the bigger one, am even on the board for a little while. For me you should make them in 2 or maximum 4 pieces, then I will be top!!!LOL