Swing Your Partner

Swing Your Partner by Jane Wooster Scott – Ceaco – 1000 pieces

I really have gotten tons better at photographing my puzzles – these pictures from several years ago are terrible. The angle is absolutely awful! This is what the image looks like straight on…


This one was lots of fun, and the image was great for puzzling. I’ve done several puzzles by Jane Wooster Scott and have enjoyed them all, her pictures make for entertaining puzzles. 🙂 It’s a great image; the bright colors, straight lines, and symmetry of trees, etc., made for a wonderful assembly. Her artwork reminds me of Charles Wysocki in some ways, and for me they’re both artists whose work makes for excellent puzzling.

The quality of this Ceaco puzzle was good/tolerable. Sometimes the chipboard used is quite thin, but this one wasn’t too bad. There wasn’t much splitting of the board or image lift, and the fit was excellent. The image reproduction is very nice as well; the finish is a bit shiny, but thankfully not too much. Overall, a good quality puzzle that was entertaining to put together. That’s all I’m looking for!

2 thoughts on “Swing Your Partner

  1. Mirela

    Do you know what to do with the extra horses that came with this puzzle (Swing your partner by Jane Wooster Scott)? They are black with a straight edged bottom with a piece of cork protruding along the bottom. They look like they might be meant to be inserted in an upright position but there are no slits anywhere in which to insert them.

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