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Better that you had a fabulous time doing it than scored a fabulous time doing it, right?! LOL! I always tell myself that, anyway! :-))) thanks, Aishah!
Another bookmark done. Fabulous grid, Pat. Not so fabulous time...2:16:30.
Thanks, GoldenCat! Excellent time, too--you beat me by 20 minutes! (1:47:52)!!!
Super! - another lovely puzzle, thanks
Thanks so much, lvrtrvl! :-)))
I love these types of puzzles!
Thank, Debs--I guess sometimes too much IS a good thing...! :-)))They aren't hard, Amy. It does take a while to draw the grid, but then I re-use it several times, so that step is saved for future puzzles. And it does take even longer to color it, because they have anywhere from 400+ to 700+ squares that get colored separately! But that's not HARD, just time-consuming. Trying to come up with new ideas for puzzles or new varieties of swirls is what is hard!!! So I will certainly try to add more grids into the rotation! :-)))))
Well Pat, I think you did a fabulous job on this one!! I love the color variety, shapes, patterns, and layout. It is wonderful! If they are not too difficult to make, please mix in a few of these in, every once in a while, in addition to your lovely swirls.
I love these grids, they are too much fun!!Thank you Pat, and have a great weekend : ))
Thanks so much, Amy! I love to do squares myself--the ones Sue 1/49 makes are my favorite puzzles, and got me hooked on Jigidi in the first place! I can't duplicate her method, which is much better, but I still like to make the grids anyway. :-)))
Oh Pat, I really LOVED this puzzle. It was so incredibly challenging, but I loved every minute of it.Thank you!!!