As mentioned in a previous blog, choosing a jigsaw is invariably decided by the image or subject matter.
It’s an important factor in relation to level of difficulty. Take a look at the three puzzles below to see what I mean.
The first jigsaw puzzle is your ordinary image – lots of colour and variety. This should be easy enough to sort the pieces into using our Jigsafes.
The second image is a little more difficult. There are a limited number of colours and many pieces will be the exact same colour. You’d need to be a serious puzzler to have a go.
The third – gulp! – where on earth do you start? One colour, one design and no wiggle-room.
There is a seemingly never-ending choice when it comes to jigsaw pictures. You can even have your own photograph turned into a jigsaw. Gone are the days of either a motor car or a country cottage. You will even find images of baked beans, sweets and pebbles – although these are not for the casual puzzler.
If you’re stuck-in-the-mud when it comes to your puzzle images, why not branch out and have a go at something slightly crazy? It’ll stretch your brain and make you that bit more intelligent – alternatively you’ll be needing to make an appointment with the optician!
Happy puzzling everyone.