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Thanks, whatnauts. I wasn't too fond of the colors, especially the outer orange--looked blah to me--but you can't recolor textures, really, unlike solid color areas, so I was stuck, especially since I start from the outside and work my way in by overlapping smaller and smaller squares..... Oh, well! :-)))
Great border textures. Thanks much PD.
What a lovely compliment, Dagmar--thank you so much! And I agree--there really isn't anything as satisfying as working on a big puzzle--it's got something you can really sink your teeth into, and you can use you mind and you skills and your strategy, instead of just pushing pieces around as fast as you can... When I was still doing "real" (cardboard boxes of pieces) puzzles, anything under 1,000 pieces, 750 if I really liked the design, felt like being an adult doing a child's puzzle; it occupied my hands for a while, but not my mind...
If I had the time I would do at least one of yours every day and very often the two of them , but there are only so many hours to a day, and I don't enjoy the small puzzles half as much as the big ones so I usually wait until I find time for the bigger ones. :)) The smaller ones are only if there aren't any bigger ones or I'm desperate LOL. :))
Thanks so much, Dagmar, and I'm so thrilled that you chose to do both of mine today! :-)))
Just wonderful fun, thanks for a marvellously relaxing afternoon Pat. The textures are fun. :))