My jigsaw compulsion continues unabated, though I am reading too because there's very little on TV in the evenings to keep my interest. I'm not much into sport and at the moment it's all Winter Olympics, Football, Rugby... Anyway, these are some I've been doing over the last six weeks or so.
The castle in Germany whose name I can't pronounce - Neushwanstein - beautiful place anyway. This one is 1,500 pieces and was a bit tricky.
This one is entitled 'Skaters' and was painted by Kevin Walsh. 3,000 pieces, very enjoyable to do.
Quick and easy, The Flower Show, 1,000 pieces, a library puzzle with a piece missing.
Christmas gift, really delightful to do and featuring one of my favourite things - old books. 1,000 pieces.
'Olde Worlde Inns' (all in England from what I can see), 1,500 pieces another library puzzle but all there this time.
Another library one, 1,000 pieces, a bit Christmassy for February but who cares? It was lovely to do.
1,000 pieces showing, obviously, loads of stamps. As an ex-stamp collector this was a real trip down memory lane for me. One of my own this time.
I think my jigsaw 'to-do' pile is almost as big as my book 'to-be-read' pile. LOL!