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RandomWorship

It's a favourite of mine too, Anne. I love how it came out. And thanks for letting me know your fave. I'll post it in a few weeks as a single - dedicated to you. And a few others. LOL

anther

Oh wow! This puzzle really glows. Thanks Kirsten. Left middle is a fave for me - just pleasant colours.

RandomWorship

Oh my goodness! So many ideas for me - thanks Gail!! I'll check them out. :)))

Gaillou

Huck weaving is another interesting textile, Kirsten. Pennsylvania Dutch art has bright colors. And rosemaling has beautiful images.

RandomWorship

I love it too Gail! And I'm so glad you do too. And you shall have your faves, in a few weeks when I post them as singles dedicated to you. :)))

And I'll check out your kaleido suggestion. Although I have to confess, I've never heard of it!

RandomWorship

I'm hoping when I see you shortly, Ardy, that you still report that you are dry!! :)))

Gaillou

I love the bright colors in these, Kirsten. I really like the left bottom and center and the very center one. This made me thing of another possibility for you-hardanger embroidery.

ringleader

I'm back. I have discovered that Davon is on the other side of Washington, D.C.from me. I'n on the northeastern side and she's on the southern.

This was not an easy one. I clocked in at 1:20;17 although I fell asleep some time in the middle and don't know for how long. Long enough so the puzzle went into "pause" mode. No rain yet. I'll wish you a "good morning" and send some morning hugs just for you. ((HUGS))

RandomWorship

We all have to have an interest, Davon. Mine's making kaleidos. Yours is weather watching! And I am going to take that advice right now, and trundle off to bed! Have a good Sunday. And stay safe and dry. :)))

davie

Yes, I'm a real weather nut after taking a college course on sereve storms, more years ago than I care to remember and I always watch the status of cyclones when they hit Austrialia. And by the way, I did enjoy the puzzle immensely. Take care and get some sleep!

RandomWorship

Woo hoo! And you're still on the board as I type, Davon. I'm glad that you're not expecting anything too serious. And I'm an urban Aussie living in a big capital city - Melbourne. We never get cyclones here. They occur mostly up in our tropical north. Whew!!

davie

I was the fastest person to solve it Kirstin!!!!! Imagine that! (Of course, I'm only person to solve it so far.) I live northern VA, almost touching Washington, DC. I'm sure except for a new neighborhood trees and hte power that we'll be fine. And I don't have anything to tell an Aussie about cyclones that you don't already know!

RandomWorship

I hope you DO have fun with it, Davon. And I wish you well in the storm too. Where do you live? No details that would be too identifying, of course. Stay safe. :)))

davie

I'm going to have fun working this! (At least until Hurricane Sandy cuts our power.) Hope things are going well with you and your family.

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