Sunday, 23 June 2013
The Museo Storico della Tappezzeria at the Villa Spada in Bologna has some wonderful designs for needle-lace and this is one of my favourites which I photographed when I was there for a study day, to show you. It was designed by Guido Fiorini (1879-1960) for the Aemilia Arts School. Guido was also an architect and prolific set designer - and as you can see elements of both these disciplines are very visible in his design for this lady's collar. To download the jigsaw - Click here next Click Open, then click the .EXE file name and click Run, when you see the jigsaw puzzle, click Play Too many pieces? Try clicking on Trays on the top tool bar to create any number of resizeable trays to sort your pieces ........ you can also click the Cheat button and watch the puzzle solve itself! The software is by David Gray designer of Jigsaws Galore - the powerful jigsaw player and creator for Windows.
Posted by N E E D L E P R I N T at 16:45