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Thread: Cute cat and sewing room jigsaw puzzle.

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    Cute cat and sewing room jigsaw puzzle.

    I thought this really showed how cats help us around the sewing machine. http://www.jigidi.com/solve.php?id=5L9188GD
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    I love Jigidi. Cool cat puzzle. Thanks
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    Thank you! It took me 22 minutes. A break from painting cupboards in the basement so back to work!! Cute!
    Have a great day sewing and remember to "not sweat the small stuff"!!



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    That was a fun 37 minutes!

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    That was really cute! I enjoyed putting the puzzle together. Very clever.

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    Cute....my time was 15:16
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    I work jigsaw puzzles on Jigidi almost every day - usually 2: one on the morning and one at night.

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    Cute puzzle and picture. Took me 25 minutes! I'm slow this morning! Thanks for posting!

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    Loved the puzzle. I did not time myself but enjoyed it.

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    34 minutes for me! Fun
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    19 minutes... thanks, that was fun!
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    Love it. Thanks for sharing.

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    Loved that puzzle! I have several quilt puzzles I purchased from a quilt store just before I got my 2 kittens. Needless to say, I have not worked them yet. The girls are 2 years old next month and still very adventurous. I think they would see the puzzles as a challenge if I put one out - how many pieces can they chew up, hide, or otherwise dispose of! Maybe in 5 or 6 years I can do them. LOL

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    Thank you! Love online jigsaws!
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    Thanks. 14 minutes, but it was much easier after I finally realized you can make the pieces smaller and move the unused ones out of the way!

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    Very fun. thanks!

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    That was really fun. First time I have seen a jigsaw puzzle on line. I am afraid I might be addicted after that one puzzle!

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    22 minutes here! Cute puzzle!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Material Witness View Post
    Thanks. 14 minutes, but it was much easier after I finally realized you can make the pieces smaller and move the unused ones out of the way!
    I found out how to make the puzzle smaller and do the same but it took me 26 minutes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jothesewer2 View Post
    Loved the puzzle. I did not time myself but enjoyed it.
    There is a clock displayed that shows how long it took for each puzzle.

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    I enjoyed that 16 minutes. I look forward to The Quilt Show's Friday email - it always contains a puzzle. Never thought to look for others - cool!
    Quilting makes me happy!..

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    That was such a cute picture, wish I could copy it and frame it in my sewing room. I completed the puzzle in 9 minutes but then I went back to work the puzzle again, seeking to beat my first time, and it took a little longer....12 minutes the second time around..... so I am thinking it probably depends on how the pieces are stacked on the pile, or where you start sorting the pieces out at.

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    What a great website and cute puzzle. Thanks for sharing.

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    I did this puzzle today in 7 min and 59 seconds! Fun puzzle. I zoomed out so I could place pieces out of the way of the interior of the puzzle. I did the puzzle the first day you posted it and had a faster time than today.

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