|Puzzle Pieces Work in Progress|
I understand the addictive quality of working out a jigsaw puzzle, and have myself uttered the plaintive cry “Just one more!” when my parents were trying to call me to dinner or send me to bed.
There are no jigsaw puzzles in my house today: Too much space is devoted to painting. Max the Kitten, who has already walked into wet gesso and spilled water onto a nearly-finished painting, would be drawn to puzzle pieces like a moth to a flame.
Having a “no puzzle policy” hasn’t kept me from making puzzles, though. Typical puzzle maker’s tools are either jig saws or (for the really ambitious) tile saws, however, my puzzle-making tool is a paint brush.
Further reading: 11 Reasons To Do Jigsaw Puzzles