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Thread: Jigsaw Puzzle

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    Jigsaw Puzzle

    A quilt to put together the easy way. http://www.jigidi.com/solve.php?id=HEHFIEAV
    I promise not to buy any more fabric until I see something I really like. Or it's on sale. Or I think it might match something.

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    Tesspug - 51 frustrating (but fun!) minutes of my life went to your "easy way quilt". Hope others that check in will give it a try. The final picture is a beauty of a quilt. I also like your fabric philosophy. Nice meeting you!

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    That was fun, 11 minutes for me. Can you tell I do these daily?
    "Be brave enough to be who you really are.

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    thanks... that was fun
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    Eeeeew, way more than 11 minutes for me!! But it was fun. I could give myself carpal tunnel doing these.

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    43 minutes and fun!
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    These are wonderful, good to have something to do when there is a few minutes of have peace and quite...thanks for sharing..my Grandgirls love puzzles, they will have fun.

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    I must have misunderstood. Did you say "Easy?"
    Bebe McGee

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kimcatlou View Post
    I must have misunderstood. Did you say "Easy?"
    The puzzle was not so easy - it took me 31 minutes. But heck, it's Mother's Day, and I am entitled to sit in front of the computer and do virtual jigsaw puzzles. Do they have a new one everyday?

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    I was 22:40. Whew - most challenging puzzle in a long time. Loved it - thanks for the site!

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    I HATE puzzles but that was fun.. ONLY 45 minutes for me. You can tell I don't do puzzles AT ALL!! lol Is there a category of all quilts? Is there a daily email puzzle to do. I would be interested in that kind of thing.... Thanks for posting..

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    19+ for me but I love them

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    18 minutes for me. Lovely quilt!
    Eat, quilt, sleep, repeat



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    21 for me, thank you. I'm a jigsaw junkie. love em.
    Love is the greatest gift. Jane

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kimcatlou View Post
    I must have misunderstood. Did you say "Easy?"
    Heh, heh. She didn't say "easy" puzzle. Forgot to time myself the first time and think it took
    me longer the second time. 18 min.

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    hi, always love to do a quilt puzzle 22:20 min

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    Tesspug - Thanks for sharing the link.

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    Loved it !!

    Thanks for the link.
    Happy Quilting
    Judy in Lower Michigan

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    My mind is so slow I bet I could have put together a REAL quilt in the time it took me to finish the puzzle, but lots of fun so thank you.

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    Thanks, I love puzzles 13:59. Would have been faster if I could have figured out if you could toggle between the edges and centers instead of moving all the pieces. Now back to my binding.

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    I did it. took me a while, the sizing kept hiding pieces of the puzzle. A nice tumbling block

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    That was fun!

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    It took me 33 minutes!!! That was fun!!! Thank you for the puzzle.

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    took me 20 min. but was fun. thanks
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    Thanks for the link! I am always looking for more jigsaw puzzles to work.

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