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09-02-2018, 07:07 PM
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I have just ordered one on Amazon as my Granddaughter is coming down I thought she might enjoy it .
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09-02-2018, 07:50 PM
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Maybe a jigsaw puzzle of a crossword puzzle. That wouldn't be easy (if the numbers were missing!)
Yes, there's even a crossword jigsaw puzzle, Floydy
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I like the Wasgij puzzles. The picture on the box is just a clue of the finished picture. Very challenging, they come in 500 and 1000 pieces.
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10-02-2018, 12:48 AM
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Yes, there's even a crossword jigsaw puzzle, Floydy
1,500 pieces
My God! I was only joking too. Then again, I did find one of a washing machine earlier...who wants that?!
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10-02-2018, 12:52 AM
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My God! I was only joking too. Then again, I did find one of a washing machine earlier...who wants that?!
How many pieces?
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How many pieces?
About 50 I think, Mags. Full details on the Washing Machine Thread.
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I'm told one of the hardest jigsaw puzzles is double sided of a plate of baked beans. I think it's the same image on both sides, but one is rotated relative to the other.

Here's a 1000 piece Thomas Kinkade puzzle I did last year whilst recovering from surgery. I used a jig-roll so it could be put away when the dining table was needed. It worked very well.



It was a present and came complete with some majyk potion to that you painted on it to hold it together without a backing, a frame, and lights.

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15-02-2018, 12:55 PM
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I bought a zig saw for my granddaughter who was visiting for half term .
Unfortunately it was rather hard so am left to finish it myself its called the Red Box

https://www.alljigsawpuzzles.co.uk/p...CABEgLlifD_BwE
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15-02-2018, 01:24 PM
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Re: Jigsaws

Originally Posted by Fruitcake ->
I'm told one of the hardest jigsaw puzzles is double sided of a plate of baked beans. I think it's the same image on both sides, but one is rotated relative to the other.

Here's a 1000 piece Thomas Kinkade puzzle I did last year whilst recovering from surgery. I used a jig-roll so it could be put away when the dining table was needed. It worked very well.



It was a present and came complete with some majyk potion to that you painted on it to hold it together without a backing, a frame, and lights.

I love that Fruitcake, my kind of puzzle. I started off doing 500 piece puzzles but have now progressed to 1000. I love doing them and usually have one on the go.
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15-02-2018, 07:42 PM
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I haven't done a puzzle in years -it's hard .
This is day two


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