Is There A Strategy To Jigsaw Puzzles
It seems everyone has their very own strategy for approaching a new jigsaw puzzle. However, you may find one common strategy commonly used by most puzzlers, which is sorting the pieces. The first thing many puzzlers do when they sit down with a new puzzle is begun by sorting out the obvious pieces. For example, if your puzzle image has a blue sky and a lush green field, then we strongly suggest simply taking all of those pieces and set them aside with the others alike. Once you've sorted all of the pieces into a general section you'll find the puzzle is much easier to envision and start piecing together. While these strategies can be very helpful, we strongly encourage you to select a puzzle that won't over challenge you, as images with few color variations can prove to be much more challenging than your normal imagery.