Ravensburger (14823) Crazy Cats No.7 Knit one, Purrl one 500 piece Jigsaw Puzzle

Ravensburger (14823) Crazy Cats No.7 Knit one, Purrl one 500 piece Jigsaw Puzzle

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This is the 7th in a series of vintage themed designs by Linda Jane Smith. This fabulously nostalgic scene sees those Crazy Cats enjoying a good old Knit and Natter. But just how many are knitting? One or two at best … others are making Cat’s Cradles, modelling finished garments or investigating the cute little knitted birds. The scene is packed with wonderfully colourful detail, courtesy of the balls of wool, flowered crochet pieces, cute knitted kitties, vintage posters and all manner of marvellous bits & pieces.Our 500pc piece jigsaws are crafted with FSC premium quality and measure 49 x 36cm when complete. Great for Adults and ideal puzzles for Children 10 years old and up. Fully complies with all necessary UK and EU testing standards. Bestselling puzzle brand worldwide - With over 1 billion puzzles sold, our jigsaw puzzles make ideal gifts for women, great gifts for men and fit perfectly on our puzzle board. Our puzzles use an exclusive, extra-thick cardboard combined with our fine, linen structured paper to create a glare-free puzzle image and give you the best experience possible. #Positivelypuzzling - From fun family times together to long term health benefits and day-to-day mindful moments, there are so many positives about the humble Jigsaw! They make a great birthday gift or smashing Christmas gift A note about this image from Birmingham-based artist Linda Jane Smith - Knitting is back in fashion again; though in our family it never went away! My Mum knitted cardigans, pullovers, and gloves for all of us, and even made knitted cakes! I love patterns from the 1950's and 60's of men in balaclavas and women in swimsuits that usually doubled in size when immersed in the sea; knitting shop windows with adverts for "Robin Wools", and tiny Sindy clothes pinned onto a peg board!