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Ecru Puzzles - Patricia Hopwood-Wade Snowbirds Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

Ecru Puzzles - Patricia Hopwood-Wade Snowbirds Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

$ 56.00

This is a 209 piece Ecru wooden jigsaw puzzle. Our Ecru puzzles line is characterized by a closer cut and a matte finish to reduce glare. The charming image is by the world's most famous Emu painter, Tasmanian artist Patricia Hopwood-Wade. This puzzle is really hard, much harder than it looks, because the puzzle design by Martin Anderson and Jef Bambas has non-unique pieces inspired by the Hilbert curve. This puzzle has a straight edge. The Mim Time is 3 hours 40 minutes, so 63 seconds per piece. Like all our puzzles, made of 1/4" thick laser-cut wood and made in the USA. Packaged in a silver box with a magnetic clasp.

9" by 9"

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Review: Just received this puzzle today and we finished it just above 3 hours. I did have to walk away for 20 minutes to eat lunch and to take a break from the upper corners. My daughter found 2 mistakes which I made and she finished it. Love the puzzle, and I absolutely love your customer service.
Name: Janice Anderson
Review: This is the first Artifact puzzle I wasn’t able to finish! I’ll try again in the summer when the daylight lasts longer. It’s tricky!
Name: slugbiker
Review: I enjoyed this puzzle. Cool piece shapes and fun image. The last 20% or so was challenging, but good light helps.
Name: Maya the Owner
Review: This is Maya, the Owner, I don't usually write reviews, but I need to warn you that this puzzle is like a Gremlin - it looks cute but it is REALLY HARD. Like crazy hard. Yes it's only 209 pieces. Yes it's got some cute emus and looks like it should be pretty easy. But do NOT be fooled! This is one of the most frustrating puzzles we offer! When we alpha-tested it, it took around 10 man-hours (after which we made it a little easier, but it's still hard). If you get it and you get stuck, here are some tips. Tip 1: do it with a lot of bright light, ideally daylight. Tip 2: find the edge / corner pieces. Tip 3: get someone else to look at it with you to see if you put any pieces in wrong. Tip 4: sometimes you can check the back and use laser-burn marks on the back of the wood to help figure out if you have something in the right place. Tip 5: Just try putting that piece there and seeing if it feels right.
Name: SUD
Review: Another challenging puzzle; highly recommended.