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    I have quietly gleaned a tremendous amount of great info from you guys over past months. I feel confident enough now to share one of my completed puzzles.(only finished it today) It is the first puzzle of this type I have attempted. It is 9 inches by 7.5 inches with around 200 pieces. I got the free pattern from here. It isn't cut with a real fine blade but I am pleased with the result.
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  • #2
    Nicely done...
    Douglas Fraser
    Eagle River, Alaska

    My Gallery - Aurora Wood Crafts


    • #3
      That is different. I like it. Great job.
      "Still Montana Mike"

      "Don't worry about old age--it doesn't last that long."
      Mike's Wood-n-Things LLC


      • #4
        nice job I looking at the back of the puzzle, or the front?.....I see the there a picture or just a wooden puzzle with shapes?...

        "The Journey is the Reward"


        • #5
          that's the puzzle front. It's the same as the back. It contains 25 cat shapes. It's a mother's day gift for my wife's mum. It's going to be a challenge, but because I love her I'm including a black and white copy of the pattern to help her along.


          • #6
            Very nice!


            • #7
              Great puzzle Baeden, lucky mum in law!


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