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Spot the Difference in our Classic Cover Game

We thought it would be fun to revisit some of our favorite Threads covers and the pages inside for our new spot the difference game. To be a master sewer you need to have an eye for detail. This skill will serve you well as you spot the differences in our classic photos.

Here's how it works:

We're challenging you to spot subtle differences between our original image and a doctored version. You get 200 points for each correct find, but you also lose 50 points for every missed click. Can you get a perfect score of 1200 points? We are starting out with 10 photos, but we are hoping to add more challenging photos soon.

The game can be a little tricky (even the Threads editors have had a bit of trouble), but we wanted it to be a little challenging for you. With some determination you can find all of the differences and master the game.

Post a comment below to share your score or offer comments and feedback on the game.

PLAY THE GAME!

VictoriaNorth

Comments (25)

Tru Tru writes: It was fun to have a bit of a break yet still be open to any new sewing inspiration that might appear in the images.
Posted: 9:06 pm on January 5th

mariteje mariteje writes: Took a few tries but I got it. I'd love an Ott lite. Wink, wink,...
Posted: 8:20 pm on January 4th

arkip arkip writes: fun game; gets the powers of observation going.
Posted: 8:10 pm on January 4th

FunkyC123 FunkyC123 writes: I *Love* this game! My first score was a perfect 1200. Thanks for the entertainment.
Posted: 7:57 pm on January 4th

province8 province8 writes: Where are the answers?
Posted: 10:10 pm on November 11th

province8 province8 writes: I love the game. I just found the differences on all 15 covers. Is this only for fun or is there a prize somewhere?
Posted: 10:08 pm on November 11th

Debbsie Debbsie writes: This was fun, fun, fun. I enjoyed it very much and once I started, I had to keep going until I had finished them all. Thanks for providing this great game.
Posted: 2:03 am on November 5th

province8 province8 writes: I like the game, but 30 seconds not enough time. Issue 136 shows a difference (buttons on coat) which does not register as such, but subtracts 50 points. The same is true with Issue 144 - "affect you" vs "affect your sewing."
Posted: 9:13 am on November 4th

Buttons3435 Buttons3435 writes: I LOVE this! Quick and fun when you need a little break! Where are the answers!
Posted: 8:12 am on November 3rd

tanyacox2 tanyacox2 writes: It would be great but that is not near enough time to even get your eyes focused. Maybe you could have the time it takes a person to find them and then it compares to previous scores. Where are the details on how to play and how much time you have?
Posted: 10:36 am on September 24th

aqn aqn writes: Oh great, like I need another (addictive) way to waste time on the Internet! :)
Posted: 11:34 pm on September 23rd

kassey kassey writes: straight pin on the right.
Posted: 8:52 pm on September 22nd

cmssew cmssew writes: Okay, you win. I read each page carefully, noting articles or ideas I had glossed over earlier, or forgotten. So now I shall return to my library of Threads magazine (the only magazine I never toss, and loan under threat of penalty) and I will re-read the articles, and learn something. This was a clever way to remind us that we usually already have the answers to our questions, if we stop and revalue what we already have, instead of reaching for something new !
Posted: 1:36 pm on September 22nd

gladrags gladrags writes: Ah Girls, this is wasting precious stitching time!!
Posted: 10:41 am on September 22nd

mariteje mariteje writes: Hiding in plain sight! Clever.
Posted: 10:29 am on September 22nd

e12 e12 writes: The "buttons" cover has a 7th error!

It's in the subhead halfway down the left side of the magazine cover to the left. The last letter of that subhead is partially superimposed by a button, whereas on the cover to the right a white space clearly separates button from subhead.

How about giving an extra bonus point to the lady who found the extra error?!
Posted: 1:53 am on September 22nd

needlesnbobbins needlesnbobbins writes: I got all 6 on all the games, BUT, I am not telling how many times I had to try. It was a nice break in the evening! Thanks!
Posted: 12:23 am on September 22nd

Sewsweet22 Sewsweet22 writes: Thought I was good at this game since it's one of my favorites. Great job Threads.
Posted: 10:30 pm on September 21st

annh annh writes: I found 4 but that is all I can find. annh
Posted: 10:23 pm on September 21st

Crazygal Crazygal writes: I love to sew but I love this game even more. I nailed them all six out of six. Bring me more, more, more!!!
Posted: 10:22 pm on September 21st

Sewing2enjoying Sewing2enjoying writes: Darn! I only found 5 again! Try again.
Posted: 9:44 pm on September 21st

Sewing2enjoying Sewing2enjoying writes: I am only sure of four of the differences. More time???
Posted: 9:36 pm on September 21st

grits222 grits222 writes: I love this game. Where are the answers ?? five of of six...I need to know where number 6 is located. I could be looking at these all night.
Posted: 9:12 pm on September 21st

Thommi Thommi writes: If I just had a little bit more time ;) (lol) Great game for trying to spot big AND little details
Posted: 10:38 pm on September 19th

JensWare JensWare writes: Fun game. Kudos to the graphics department.
Posted: 11:39 pm on September 18th

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