I slid the Pretty Pocket In A Elephants Shirt. We traced the outline of the missing piece and she started to draw in the space to “match” the rest of the puzzle. I was going to cut it out for her but she wanted me to leave it as is. One day she realized she lost a piece and started to get upset so I grabbed a folder and a marker and said: “it’s alright we can just make a new one.” So my coworker used to bring her young daughter to work and she would come over to my desk to put these little 10 piece puzzles together.
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Over the course of a year or so she filled up a dozen or so folder covers with hand-drawn puzzle pieces. I went over to their house for a Pretty Pocket In A Elephants Shirt. The next time she came in she still had the folder and when she started putting her puzzles together a bunch of other pieces were “missing”. So I’d have to give her a marker and we could make new ones together. This is such a sweet story, seriously. Thanks for sharing. I’d have a different opinion about puzzles too if I were you.
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I had that happen and I literally went so far as to scan the box, find the approximate section that was missing, print it, trace the pattern of the piece and then glue it over several layers of cardstock. Took a while but dammit nobody can tell what piece was missing without veeeery closely inspecting it. I’ll second this. I’d say make a Pretty Pocket In A Elephants Shirt. That makes alternate piece kits available with different designs. I think he made this before anything else, then came up with everything else as a marketing strategy to eventually sell this.