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I made all the elements in this puzzle from scratch. I absolutely love making my puzzles, and I hope you love solving them. (❛ᴗ❛)
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Gracias, Daniela! (❛ᴗ❛)

HECHO 2021


Thanks Dalet! It makes me happy to hear that! (❛ᴗ❛)

loved it!


I'm glad that you liked it, Tiger. And I will keep making my puzzles, which I hope that you like as much. (❛ᴗ❛)

Well, I liked this one very much RW. You keep designing and I will try and finish everyone as I can. The "USA" Tiger.


Thanks so much, Mahalo. That's a lovely thing to say! It makes me very happy to know that you like my puzzles so much, and get pleasure from them. (❛ᴗ❛)

Really appreciate your beautiful and fun puzzle. Thanks for another one.


Yay! Enjoy, Ann! (❛ᴗ❛)


I just checked it out and it looks like fun. Thanks!


Aww. You say the nicest things, Lucy! Thank you! ❤ (ᵔᴗᵔ)

And .................. ummm .................. I clearly miss the mark quite often, judging from the solves on some puzzles. But, while I don't expect folks to "pump up my tyres", if they're not feeling it - I prefer that folks don't say it when there are aspects of a puzzle they don't like. I reckon that when it comes to puzzles that someone has spent loads of time on making, is beautiful in the eyes of the maker, and doesn't cost the solver anything to solve - that the old "if you've got nothing nice to say, then don't say anything at all" rule should apply!


Thanks Ann! I love these patterns too. And they are easy-ish to make. In my main program, which is like PhotoShop I make what I call a "texture" first - which is a whole lot of colours that I mess up with filters/effects. And then I take that "texture, and run it through a pattern making program that I bought years ago called Kaleider. I'm not sure if there are any free pattern makers out there.....

Actually, I just found one, which isn't too bad:

Have fun! (❛ᴗ❛)


And another great one! Is that all you know how to make? How will I tell you when I DON'T like one? I guess that's not a worry.....


Great puzzle! I love the patterns. Are they hard to make?


You're welcome, kajdoule. I'm glad that you had fun with this puzzle. (❛ᴗ❛)


This was fun. Thanks. :)


It's a pleasure, louieblouie! I'm happy that you had fun with this one! (❛ᴗ❛)


You're welcome, Jason. I'm glad that you enjoyed it. (❛ᴗ❛)

Beautiful - thanks for the fun puzzle!


Lovely patterns and colours :-)

Thank you, Kirsten.


I remember playing hopscotch at school, and at my friends places. Not so much at home though, as we lived on a small farm, and there wasn't concrete footpaths for drawing it! LOL! For some reason, that reminded me of the game "Jacks" too, which we played with knucklebones. And I agree about how kids are brought up these days. One of the things I've enjoyed about our lockdowns, is to actually see families outside - in their own yards, or at the neighbourhood parks, or just walking with their families. And then the minute we're out of lockdown - there's never anyone at the local park. I think that's sad. And worse, I think there will be impact later in life....

We WERE lucky, Lillyjean. We had great, mentally and physically healthy, childhoods. (❛ᴗ❛)

I can also remember having to play outside and these squares reminded me of hopscotch which we played by the hour the only requirements needed were some chalk and stones. I'm glad I was born a child in that era. I have young families both sides and in the two weeks holiday which they have just had I never saw or heard one kid outside. Even the mum confessed it drives her mad she just can't get them to play outside away from their devices.

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