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Free online jigsaw puzzle for adults and kids of colorful embroidery floss. The floss also called stranded cotton is made of six strands of cotton thread loosely twisted together.

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rahrah1820
Oct 19, 2017
Very pretty colors, and a lot of fun
retirenow14
Oct 29, 2016
Enjoyable, colorful, but not blindingly so, puzzle. Reminds me of the early 70's and my college hippie days.
ParsonWayne
Oct 25, 2016
Not sure if I am thready to do this puzzle, but I will try.
ParsonWayne
Oct 25, 2016
Sew I found it was a lot easier that the candy corn one, because I didn't have to stop and taste any from THIS puzzle.
pixipixil
Oct 25, 2016
Oh, Parson, there you go embroidering the story again but that's okay because yo always leave us in stitches.
ParsonWayne
Oct 26, 2016
Thanks pixi, I needled that reminder.
pixipixil
Oct 26, 2016
I guess everyone needs their memory pricked on occasion.
ParsonWayne
Oct 27, 2016
That's the point of reminders.
olamae61
Oct 26, 2016
Love the colors! It makes me want to cross stitch!
vmarie
Oct 26, 2016
What wonderful conversations this puzzle has evoked.

I embroider occasionally.The most ambitious project I did was a kit from Dimensions. I think it was called Serenity; it was from their Gold Collection. It took me seven months of cross-stitching to finish. Very detailed. While not perfectly true to the computer printout instructions, it was nevertheless very beautiful when finished. After some years of enjoyment, I donated it to a church fundraiser.

Maybe I'll do another one after finishing my full-sized quilt!
JamieT
Oct 25, 2016
Embroidery floss should not be used as dental floss and vice versa, unless you want a mint flavor to your embroidery.
trynfindit
Oct 25, 2016
My youngest daughter used to use dental floss (plain, not mint) to sew buttons onto her children's clothing when they were little.
pixipixil
Oct 25, 2016
I tried using floss for beading.
orinoco
Oct 26, 2016
So did I! Dental floss was easier to thread for some reason.
pixipixil
Oct 26, 2016
It's waxed is why. I also tried fishing line.
aussiesapphire
Oct 25, 2016
I did a lot of embroidery when younger and really enjoyed it. Afraid my eyes are not good enough now to do the fine work I used to do.

"There is a fountain of youth: it is your mind, your talents, the creativity you bring to your life and the lives of people you love. When you learn to tap this source, you will truly have defeated age."
–Sophia Loren

"Beautiful young people are accidents of nature, but beautiful old people are works of art."
--Eleanor Roosevelt

Good night and God bless. Hugs.
aknan
Oct 25, 2016
Love both quotes, aussie, especially Eleanor's. Saw this one in a comic strip and believe it's quite apt for today's society - "Why can't people get along? Conflict is easier than compassion. Compassion requires effort, empathy and forgiveness. Conflict requires a pulse. Brain optional."
Just about covers it all, doesn't it?
darambo
Oct 25, 2016
I love to embroider, it's getting harder to do as my eye sight gets worse, love sewing of any kind. My mother taught me all kinds of different sewing. She used to make all my sisters and my clothes when we were small and make her own patterns. I'll never forget one Christmas I got a bride doll and she made a whole wardrobe of clothes from scraps left from my clothes so we had matching outfits. Be safe everyone
pixipixil
Oct 25, 2016
Such an interesting quote (and beautiful) from Sophia. Who'd have thought she was a deep thinker?
held2gether
Oct 25, 2016
Both of my grandmothers embroidered, quite beautifully. My one grandma could tat.
pixipixil
Oct 25, 2016
Mine put tatting all around her hankies. How can you blow your nose in something with lace edging?
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