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    Here is my latest jigsaw puzzle. This one has four turtle pieces, one in each corner. It has been cut in my diagonal style, where the grid has been rotated 45 degrees so that the grid lines pass through the corners. This means that there are no corner pieces as such - you have to build them from a pair of edge pieces. And the edge pieces only interlock through inner pieces so it is not simple to build the frame first!

    The puzzle is cut from 1/4" Baltic birch and is 9" x 6" with 260 pieces.
    Ron
    www.turtleteasers.com

  • #2
    Fantastic work. Wonderful detail at less than 1/2 inch per piece. Thank you for showing.

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    • #3
      Puzzles are a challenge to a lot of people, but well worth the result. Very nicely done.
      Linda at www.ArtIngrained.com

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      • #4
        Hey Ron, outstanding as always. Looks exceptionally tricky as well!
        www.antoripancco.com

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        • #5
          Originally posted by AntoriP View Post
          Looks exceptionally tricky!
          Thanks Antori. It would have been even more tricky if I had limited myself to using a single cut style.

          I used four different cut styles for this puzzle. Here, https://forum.scrollsawer.com/forum/...angular-pieces, I used only one cut style, and consequently the piece shapes are very similar and so don't provide as much help.
          Ron
          www.turtleteasers.com

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          • #6
            Wow wonderful looking puzzle. I like the diagonal idea.

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            • #7
              Amazing work. Thanks for sharing.
              Melanie from East TN

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