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Ardy - that is how I solve all kaleido puzzles! LOLKatie - I found it in the closet in a shoebox behind the case of Twinkies!Pat - I think some puzzles just call for certain ways of solving them. With June's I always work from right to left. Who knows why.Ank - I see that now. How funny. Thanks!
Funny, the colors make that she looks different every time.
I can only do it that way if it's very clear which pieces go in which section--and that was true with this one, with its distinctive colors. When it's a regular 3x3 kaleido, I can never do that, and almost always have to make the frame, and fit partial sections in as I make them...
Great fun Jan! Where ever did you find my 7th grade picture?
I didn't plan it but solving each square and then putting them together was the way it went. I even made the board to my surprise. Thanks, Jan.
Michelle, PJ and JC - I'm delighted that you enjoyed this one. It almost stayed on the shelf.Barb & Jan - I thank you very much! Jan, I have the same kind of trouble every single day. :)Gail - If only! I always wanted curly hair!Pat - I love the Medusa reference. I always solve 3 X 3 puzzles that way! :D
Medusa never looked cuter or more colorful! LOL! Fun to solve--two puzzles in one, actually. First I made each square, then I connected the 9 big "pieces" together! Thanks, Jan.
Very chic, Jan. Very fine and fun puzzle.PJ
She's very cute. You in your younger days perhaps?!
Jan nice one, but I made a terrible mess of getting started. I had to be the slowest one solving today.
That was fun, Jan. May do the 81 piece later. :-)
Another fun one, Jan!
btw: Loved your really large stringy one for Hanne. It was nice to solve a big one...it's been such a long time.. ;-D
Another inside-outer: what fun!!