Today we had the joy of helping her start a new puzzle – always an exciting moment. We spent a happy hour or so, finding the edge pieces and corners to define the borders.
I love this pile of turquoises and blues, for example. It may be the smallest pile on the board, but I love the bright clarity of the colours.
It is such a simple technique, but not one I have ever seen before. Let me know if that's the way you like to start a jigsaw too. I'm sure there are lots of different ways to set about the task. I'd love to hear what everyone else does.
Anyway, it's time to get back to the jigsaw now – I think I can see exactly where that bright blue piece fits!
Until next time – Happy Knitting!
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