This puzzle tells a story of a girl watching a broom and barrel maker at work, while her dog patiently waits and a horse and carriage pass by.
I'm so happy puzzle season has arrived. I'm still only doing 300 piece puzzles. My next one is called Great Outdoors, by Ravensburger. Lots of little animals in that one.
I love that scene. Wish my cat would let me do puzzles. She thinks it is great fun to pounce on them and scatter the pieces.ReplyDelete
I love working puzzles. I work a quick one on my IPAD every day. This looks like folk art which is what I like. Enjoy your day!ReplyDelete
Hi Inger - such fun to see/read you're enjoying yourself with these puzzles ... I've never been into them ... but we have one going at Christmas, which everyone contributes to ... Enjoy yourself - and the selection process of which picture attracts you to the puzzle. Cheers HilaryReplyDelete
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I like those types of puzzles too. I think the cool weather and shorter days is the puzzle season as I finished one on Sunday. I'm glad that you are enjoying so much.ReplyDelete
I have never put a puzzle together, other than a few online puzzles. I did not remember that you like puzzles. and am puzzled why puzzles have to be done in a season. I have friends who keep them going on a card table all year long, there are many blogger friends that love them too. this is a good thing, it is something you can spend time on as you want and when you want... i like the story on this oneReplyDelete
Inger this was a great selection. Seeing this and reading about your next with lots of little animals made me remember about the last one I did....1000 pieces, YIKES, and it is now framed and on display here at the house!...jpReplyDelete
A nice peaceful scene. I'd like to go there!ReplyDelete
I am SO bad at puzzles. But I love how they look when put together. I had a boss who had a bunch of round puzzles on her office walls. They looked fantastic!ReplyDelete
I like this puzzle, but I don't have the patience to sit and work on one.ReplyDelete
Good going on that one - i use to love puzzles. Problem now is I would do them but my Cat thinks she owns the table and i don't really have anywhere else to do one except if I sat on the floor in my bedroom. I think it's a great focus.ReplyDelete
I like this one, but it looks hard to work!ReplyDelete
That's a nice one. We are working on one too (1000 pieces)ReplyDelete
a wonderful tradition for winter days.ReplyDelete
and there is Always something about olden time New England themes.
they tug at my heart. and they surely help our mental/physical acuity!
I would have to make some changes in the living room to find the space.
you have given me inspiration of how I might be able to have room to keep a puzzle going.
I would never tackle a 1000 piece one though. I'd like to find a comfortable 300 piece one like yours. I might actually have a chance of finishing it! XO
That would take me a long long time to do. Nice.ReplyDelete
That looks a nice puzzle.ReplyDelete
Enjoy the next one you do too :)
All the best Jan
That is a beautiful puzzle!!!! What fun!ReplyDelete
I enjoy doing puzzles, too! And I also only seem to do them in the evenings when it gets dark so early. My sister in law just sent me a puzzle she finally finished... it's 3000 pieces!! It took up her entire dining room table, and they couldn't eat at it for several months. I'm not certain I want to tackle that beast!ReplyDelete
So many people are doing puzzle these days, it makes me want to do them too - Especially when they are "fun ones" like the one you just put together!ReplyDelete