American Jigsaw Puzzle

Wysocki

We’ve just completed our second jigsaw puzzle of the winter. It’s one that Peggy brought over from TN when she visited us last summer. It’s a Charles Wysocki puzzle called Whaler’s Bay, I think that naive (folksy) American style is lovely.

This is the second Wysocki puzzle that we’ve done, I must admit I found the first one to be more difficult than this one, maybe I’m just getting used to the different styles now. There is quite a difference between US and UK puzzles, going by these ones anyway. We managed to do it over two days and a Brit one normally will take the best part of a week with the same number of pieces – 1,000.

I think I’ll be starting another puzzle soon – going by the weather forecast it looks like we’ll be staying at home over the next few days, it’s going to be freezing here!

8 thoughts on “American Jigsaw Puzzle

    • Jennifer,
      The US puzzles have lots of different shapes and sometimes they don’t actually link together as they are zig-zag shaped. Usually UK puzzles have very similar shapes, often just two variations.

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