Argyle Pattern Jigsaw Puzzle

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Free jigsaw puzzle of an argyle pattern. The pattern has been made with green and black diamonds.

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JamieT
Oct 17, 2016
I wonder what this cloth will be used for.
pixipixil
Oct 17, 2016
It's an Argyle pattern. You usually see it in socks but sometimes in pullover sweaters.
carolsapple
Oct 17, 2016
This fabric could be used for a sweater, socks or a scarf.
Barbaranne
Oct 17, 2016
It is a knitted material and is used to make jumpers usually worn by men. Argyle is in Scotland and the Argyle clan will have a tartan of the same colours, the men of the clans wear the kilt either at special time or some will wear it all the time. The soldiers of the Argyle Brigade wear the kilt as part of dress uniform, the clans are proud of their tartan, people who do not belong to the clans should not be wearing the kilt, the women of the clan wear a sash across their shoulders. I think that enough of probably unwanted information.
darambo
Oct 17, 2016
Barbaranne thanks for the info on kilts, I think they are wonderful. I have noticed how proud the different klans are of their tartans. I love the information you post it is not unwanted. You know such interesting things, keep right on posting as I really enjoy them and I'm sure I'm not the only one. Be safe.
nlbuchanan
Oct 17, 2016
I also enjoy your informational posts, Barbaranne. And I have a fascination for all things Scottish. Thank you very much. It does not, however, change my distaste for the argyle pattern.
cindyj28
Oct 17, 2016
Not unwanted at all. I enjoyed read it all.
pixipixil
Oct 17, 2016
People who don't like to read the info don't have to. But why deny the rest of us? Keep up those posts barbaranne.
trynfindit
Oct 17, 2016
Barbaranne, your information is never unwanted. We love it! It's great to hear experiences, knowledge and prayers from our puzzlers.
aussiesapphire
Oct 17, 2016
Barbaranne, not unwanted information at all, and for our North American friends jumpers in Australia and the UK are pullovers :) When I lived over there I had to learn a whole new language lol. I lived in the days of stockings and step ins and when I needed a new step in had to go through all sorts of body language to find out that in North America they were called corsets. Of course now I think very few people wear them but prefer to let it "all hang out" lol. Hugs Barbaranne.
olamae61
Oct 17, 2016
Barbaranne: I love getting information and trivia. I have a boss who totally believes knowledge is power and I agree! So keep on giving info! It keeps the mind sharp and the brain informed!
Barbaranne
Oct 18, 2016
Thank you, you are all so kind with your comments, I feel humbled and for me that's not a bad thing. Love you all God bless.
JamieT
Oct 18, 2016
Please keep posting information - I strongly believe that we should always be learning new information.

I think jumpers and pullovers are usually just called sweaters in the United States.
pixipixil
Oct 18, 2016
In the US a jumper is a sleevelss dress with large armholes and a low neckline. It's meant to be worn with a blouse underneath. Usually little kids wear them but I have 3 and wouldn't mind more.
trynfindit
Oct 18, 2016
I'm with you pixi. When I was in school I had a dark tan corduroy jumper; I wore a blouse with it that was a lighter tan color with fall leaves on it. Loved that outfit.
pixipixil
Oct 18, 2016
Yup. And the jumpers were so often corduroy--one of my favorite fabrics--especially old, soft corduroy.
CherieNYC
Jun 9, 2017
An argyle sweater or socks?
pixipixil
Jun 10, 2017
Yup.
carolsapple
Jun 10, 2017
Yep this cloth could be used for mens socks, a scarf or a sweater.
wc1agoyal
Oct 20, 2016
Lovely pattern
debbie8327
Oct 17, 2016
Looks like a sweater
Genaya
Oct 17, 2016
Great one I really like this one and the little children can work on it very well as you can see.
JAMP124
Oct 17, 2016
Not easy --- but neither is knitting argyle socks. I did it once -- to prove to myself that I could. Never again!
ctjan
Oct 17, 2016
This one didn't take me quite as long as yesterday's, and was rather relaxing to do. I can't give enough praise to the people who run this website. You've got all the bases covered.
aussiesapphire
Oct 17, 2016
I heartily agree with you ctjan. It is a fantastic site. Hugs.
aussiesapphire
Oct 17, 2016
Nice pattern.

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Lovely day and a wonderful downpour late this afternoon which will do my garden a lot of good. God bless you and hugs.
trynfindit
Oct 17, 2016
Boy do we have a lot of the Galbraith quote here in the US as regards a certain politician who she won't be identified.
jas6415
Oct 17, 2016
Could be a dish towel or just about anything
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