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    Jigsaw puzzle

    I posted a jigsaw puzzle before and you can get more puzzles when you're done. I thought this one was cute in case you missed it. http://www.jigidi.com/solve.php?id=RW5ZXGXM

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    thanks, that was fun
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    Thanks! I LOVE jigsaw puzzles and doing them on the computer keeps my dining room table available for meals!

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    That was fun but just another thing to keep me on this computer
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    Thanx! A year or two ago someone started a thread asking how many quilters also liked to do jigsaw puzzles. The response was so many that it was rather shocking! Is piecing just another type of jigsaw puzzle? Or are jigsaw puzzles another form of piecing?

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    I work these a lot! I love them. Right now I'm trying to choose the seasonal ones and working the Christmas puzzles.
    Regina in Richmond, KY

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    Thanks! I never did this before, it was fun.

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    You aare in so much trouble, I just throughly enjoyed spending a half hour working the puzzle. I love these silly things. I aslways do the one on Fri. on The Quilt, it sure does use of thee time though. lol
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    I love picpuz, but my question is: how in the world do you turn pieces around on this? I am on a laptop so the pieces are really scrunched...........but it does look like it would be fun......

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    I've never done one of these either. How do you turn the pieces.

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    Thanks for sharing. I always do 3 or 4 puzzles a day. Really enjoyed this one.

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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
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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.
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    i did alot of them...they were fun...some beautiful pictures!
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    Thanks a lot. I used to do this and enjoyed it again.
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    Jigsaw planet has quite a few, plus you can upload your own pictures, and choose what kind of shapes and how many pieces there are.

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    I love jigsaws and on our table at Christmas we have a giant puzzle that everyone works on between visiting and eating. By the end of the week it is done and we are all amazed that we did it.

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    This is neat! Thanks for sharing!

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    thanks so much . I didn't know this site existed. That was a good point about quilters and puzzle persons. I like to do both quilts and puzzles.
    Last edited by nurseart; 11-18-2012 at 09:39 AM. Reason: spelling grammer

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