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originally posted by: skunkape23
I've put together a 1500 piece that was solid black.
It was an odd mix of relaxing and frustrating, but I did complete it.
It took about 3 months.
Haven't touched one since.
Mission accomplished and I am resigning.
Put them all in press with a rectangular form and press the green button.
originally posted by: ketsuko
a reply to: TinySickTears
There is a strategy for it.
We all broke on big one down over Christmas as a family. You sort out edge pieces and them do piles of pieces that look like they belong to other identifiable parts of the picture. Everyone would take a pile after the edges were completed and start working.
Then, we got to where people would just sort of walk by the table and jigger in a piece here or there as we did other things.
This is the same strategy we used to employ in the break room at a place where i worked. We'd get about 10 minutes between hours, so everyone would sort of jigger in puzzle pieces and the puzzles would rotate in and out as people would bring them
I do have one puzzle no one has done though. It's a bag puzzle of just a pile of pretzels, and all the pieces are fairly uniform in shape. It doesn't even have any edges.