Visual Description: Overwhelmed dressmakers.
WDOTAR = TOWARD, SAGINS = ASSIGN, GONELU = LOUNGE, DULCED = CUDDLE, HAYWON = ANYHOW, TGRINS = STRING —Giving us: OWAASNNEDDENOWSN
Clue/Question: The seamstress made one dress . . . then another . . . then another – – –
Pre-Answer: Six Words (3-letters) “(3-letters)” (2-letters), (3-letters) “(3-letters)” (2-letters)
Answer: AND “SEW“ ON, AND “SEW“ ON
(I thought there was a nice little challenge to today’s Sunday Jumble! Super clue words. All old favorites. I thought both “sagins” and “gonelu” were super jumbles, but, as it turns out, we’ve seen both of them before. I also liked “dulced” and “haywon”, but I thought all the jumbles were nicely cryptic. The answer letter layout was a bit of a beast! If I hadn’t picked up on the pun, it might have taken me a long time to solve the answer. The quotation marks were a big help. Fine cartoon too, as well. It conveyed the one lady’s exhaustion very well. Be well and do good, friends.) — YUR