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STYLE A SET( 7pcs)
Modern New Style 1000 Pieces Jigsaw Puzzle Difficult Growups Puzzle for Kids and Adult
Tips: after finish the puzzle, you can frame it and use it as a home decoration.Multiple patterns to choose from.
Granny's Sewing Room
It’s a snowy day, and the grandchildren are spending the day with Granny while Mum and Dad are out Christmas shopping. They’ve decided to sit in the sewing room, and granny is teaching her granddaughter how to knit. The grandson has decided to sit down with a good book, while keeping the dog company who is napping beside him. Granny’s sewing room is full of cotton, yarn and sewing equipment – the cats seem attracted to this room, most likely due to all the yarn they can play with!
Illustration is filled with wonderful imagery, such as fabrics of different color and patterns, outfits, dresses in progress, floor mirror, a beautiful stained glass door, and an antique sewing machine on an ornate rug in the middle. Overall, the illustration is rich in color and patterns.
This 1000-piece jigsaw puzzle, Quilting Shed（Vibrant, colourful fabrics are stacked on shelves, skeins of wool are scattered around the workroom and an emerald and Peacock Blue fabric is underway on the loom.） is full of bright colors, beautiful patterns and sleeping kittens. With all the balls of yarn lying about it’s no wonder you’ll find the kittens here!
The Sewing Shed
The owner of this well-organised shed has stepped away from their sewing machine for a moment. The patchwork quilt on the machine appears to be almost finished, with just the outer binding to do. Other favourite projects seem to be soft toys and pretty little hearts, which hang around the working area amongst the threads, ribbons, and pieces of fabric. Through the window we get a glimpse of the garden and wonderful rolling hills beyond. What a fantastic place to sit and sew!
Quickly nipping out to gather a vase of fresh roses before her guests arrive was not one of Emilys wisest decisions. As she absentmindedly trims her rose bush, her clowder of cats is wreaking havoc in the living room. Lets hope she returns before they discover the salmon sandwiches!
Grandpa has some help raking leaves outside, while inside his garden shed havoc is being wreaked by a litter of adorable kittens. A bird and a butterfly are being carefully studied by some, while others are intent on unraveling a ball of twine or knocking over flowerpots.
Most of us need somewhere quiet to retreat to; somewhere we can pursue our hobbies and interests, sit quietly and shrug off the stresses and strains of everyday life. For those lucky enough to enjoy such a space, these “havens” can often be found in the humble garden shed.
This highly detailed and colourful puzzle shows just such a place … a cute little shed where the owner can pursue her love of card making, painting, scrapbooking and all things crafty. What a wonderful place to create gifts and greetings cards, or just sit and look at the beautiful garden and view beyond.
The owner of this shed appears to be a skilled potter, if the wonderful vase on the potter’s wheel is anything to go by. We wonder how many of the colourful pots and vases have been made by our elusive potter? The bright striped vases seem to be a recurring theme, as do the owl flowerpots and “green man” wall plaques. But not everything is made by the shed’s owner, as the colourful art deco vase on the Welsh Dresser is by Clarice Cliff! We think our skilled potter has just stepped away for a moment or two, perhaps to make a cup of tea in the pretty thatched cottage we can see through the open window. What a great place to live!
2.Entertainment. In case you are looking to supercharge your brain with some good mental games then here is a great game to help you do it.
Quick and effective jigsaw puzzle:
First, you should have enough space, a table or a flat floor.
Pour out all the pieces, face up, and sort out the borders as you turn them over (when you have a preliminary impression of where you are in the process of turning them over)
Then begin to take pieces and begin the puzzle according to the pattern.
When you feel the bottleneck, build the frame and sprint. A typical 1,000 piece puzzle takes four to eight hours
(1000 pieces as the basic pieces of the puzzle)