Cobble Hill Puzzles Diary

The Cobble Hill Puzzles-Diary is a series of four seasons.  From Wikipedia: “Edith Blackwell Holden (26 September 1871 – 15 March 1920) was a British artist and art teacher. She was born in Kings NortonBirmingham.[1] She became famous following the posthumous publication of her Nature Notes for 1906, in facsimile form, as the book The Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady in 1977, which was an enormous publishing success. These, and her life story, were later the subject of a television dramatization.”


Cobble Hill Puzzles-Diary Series


Title: Diary of an Edwardian Lady Jigsaw Puzzles – Summer

Summer-diary

Brand: Cobble Hill Puzzle Company

Title: Diary of an Edwardian Lady Jigsaw Puzzles – Summer

Pieces: 1000

Size: 19.25×26.625 or 49x68cm

The process would be putting together many small sections. After that, I started placing them into the area of the puzzle where they are situated on the image. Eventually, areas began to connect.To read more and see photos click here

 

 


Title: Diary of an Edwardian Lady Jigsaw Puzzles – Autumn

Autumn-diary

Brand: Cobble Hill Puzzle Company

Title: Diary of an Edwardian Lady Jigsaw Puzzles – Autumn

Pieces: 1000

Size: 19.25×26.625 or 49x68cm

I started with the largest text pile. To clarify, it was the word Autumn.
The second was “The Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady”. To read more and see photos click here

 

 


Title: Diary of an Edwardian Lady Jigsaw Puzzles – Winter

Winter- DiaryBrand: Cobble Hill Puzzle Company

Title: Diary of an Edwardian Lady Jigsaw Puzzles – Winter

Pieces: 1000

Size: 19.25×26.625 or 49x68cm

The border required looking at the edges on the box image. In addition, the randomly shaped pieces were helpful. To read more and see photos click here

 

 


Title: Diary of an Edwardian Lady Jigsaw Puzzles- Spring

Spring- Diary

Brand: Cobble Hill Puzzle Company

Title: Diary of an Edwardian Lady Jigsaw Puzzle – Spring

Pieces: 1000

Size: 19.25×26.625 or 49x68cm

I sorted out all the pieces that appeared to have an edge and then ‘weeded’ out the pieces that did not fit the border colors and put them back into the non-edge pile. To read and see more photos click here

 

 


Cobble Hill Puzzles Diary Conclusion

I picked the Cobble Hill Puzzles Diary Series for my review. In other words, I enjoy doing series for Groups of puzzles produced as a group. The four seasons series is a favorite of mine, especially the Diary Spring Puzzle. Most importantly, I can appreciate the artwork involved with the images. That is to say, they are clear and crisp, especially the fine text.

The poster will be needed when assembling the portion behind the Cobble Hill logo. Unless of course, you are the Puzzler who never uses the image to assemble puzzles. Enjoy!

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