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Thread: Jigsaw puzzle

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    FYI - one hour and eight minutes!
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    Thanks for sharing. I always do 3 or 4 puzzles a day. Really enjoyed this one.

    Lynn
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    But the second mouse gets the cheese

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    I have a laptop and puzzle pieces did not need to turn. I thought the pieces needed to turn, but I was wrong- I needed to move them, but they were all facing in the correct direction.

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    I love this, thanks.

    I just finished one at home, a "Dowdle" I got at Sams and was disappointed it didn't interlock very well. Does anyone out there know the best interlocking jigsaw puzzles?? I want to get a good Xmas puzzle.

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    Thanks! A much appreciated diversion!!
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    thanks I like puzzles
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    I too enjoyed this puzzle. Wish I knew a site with more quilty puzzles. I do jigzone's daily puzzle and I saved this site. LOL, as previously said, one more thing to keep me online. But I need things to do while taking my breaks from the sewing. And these are good to keep my mind from going dull as fast. lol
    Linda Wedge White

    I believe UFOs are like scraps, ferns and dust bunnies. Once you get two, they send spores out into the air and more just happen anywhere the spores meet.

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    Thanks, we love puzzles!

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    Quilt-Till-U-Wilt----you can't turn them. You can only move them around. I love doing these.
    Karen in Kentucky

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    i did alot of them...they were fun...some beautiful pictures!
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