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micki
Jul 24, 2020
I make a conscious effort to stay away from the sewing aisles. Never enjoyed that craft. I do want to say that this is one of my favorite kind of puzzles, due to the variety of colors. Love the row of blues, it being my favorite color.
micki
Dec 16, 2019
I wouldn't want to be the one who pulls the first thread and ruins such a pretty design on the spools. Too pretty to touch.
micki
May 13, 2019
One of my all time favorites. Funny how I love sewing theme puzzles, but do not like anything to do with needle or thread!
micki
Mar 10, 2018
Love how they've arranged the colors. Rainbow pretty!
gracellen
Aug 14, 2017
Very nice! But.is there a way that your time will not show for the puzzles? I am so slow and humiliated with my speed. I have a crippled right hand (no sympathy please) and love the puzzles, doesn't stop me from working them, only embarrassed at the time it takes me.
aknan
Aug 15, 2017
Gracellen, right under the timer on the picture, you can click on "hide timer" and you won't see your time at all.
gracellen
Aug 15, 2017
Oh my goodness aknan!! All the puzzle solving I have done for a long time and I never noticed that little item!! Thank you so very much!!
puzzlelover20
Aug 16, 2017
I'm very slow at the puzzle solving too gracellen. I just enjoy doing the puzzles and just ignore the timer. I got embarrassed too.
JUDY2014
May 12, 2016
The only thing I Sow....are the seeds in my garden.
cindyj28
May 12, 2016
May you reap what you sow!
JUDY2014
May 13, 2016
Cindyj28....I wish tat were so....but the birds and squirrels seem to get to it before me.
retirenow14
May 14, 2016
I have found that it is better to start things inside if possible. By the time you transplant the seedlings outside, birds and squirrels do not seem to bother the plants. However, the catnip seeds that I had planted last fall and put down cellar to winter...were murdered by a red squirrel and neighbor cat after I placed the large planter full of seedlings on the picnic table. They won this time, but I will replant and keep the planter on an upstairs deck until the plants are older and sturdier. Victory will hopefully be mine!
carolsapple
Jul 22, 2017
Yeah I wish I was talented at singing and doing art work. Drawing sketches was one talent or skill that my father had. Maybe he was taught how. Growing up we had a suet feeder and a bird feeder. Yeah the squirrels would feast on the bird food - sunflower seeds.
cindyj28
Jul 26, 2017
Even the birds need to eat. Also the squirrels. I fight with a gopher. He digs in my flower pots. the snot. part of the fun is trying to stop him in his search for food and lodging.
JAMP124
Feb 9, 2017
Love these colorful puzzles.
cindylou1
Sep 14, 2016
I don't remember not knowing how to sew. I sew, quilt, cross stitch and knit.
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