Here is The Coffee Break by Leslie T. Jenison.

Artist Statement:

The Coffee Break refers to a long-running email conversation with my friend and teaching partner, Jamie Fingal. When I see “coffee break” in the subject line, I know to get my cuppa and put my feet up, because it will be a long conversation in print. We discuss business items, personal issues…you name it; the coffee break has been a long-running habit which is often more of a lifeline.

To learn more or purchase, The Coffee Break, click here.

Star Members can watch Leslie in Episode Episode 1510: Screen-Printing Serendipity debuting on Monday, November 10, 2014.


The Coffee Break by Leslie Tucker Jenison - 36 pieces non-rotating

The Coffee Break by Leslie Tucker Jenison - 98 pieces non-rotating

The Coffee Break by Leslie Tucker Jenison - 300 pieces non-rotating

The Coffee Break by Leslie Tucker Jenison - 98 pieces rotating

The Coffee Break by Leslie Tucker Jenison - 300 pieces rotating




#15 avorich7331 2017-02-26 13:09
i love these puzzles. if you click on next sometimes you can do more that 2. love, love, love them ♥
#14 Nancy Miller 2016-12-13 15:10
Love your puzzles. They are my favorite subject, QUILTS. I'm 86 and once was a prolific prize winning quilter. Can't do much anymore with arthritis but I can work your puzzles.
#13 Laura 2016-07-20 08:18
I love the puzzles, but "The Coffee Break" is the only puzzle that has appeared for a few months now. I was just wondering why there haven't been any new ones.
#12 grandma goldie 2016-05-29 18:41
fun puzzles being a quilter these subjects are in my wheelhouse
#11 Jo Ann Parrish 2016-05-28 13:58
I try and i can not log in There is Name and User Name ????
#10 Larry Louise Fowler 2016-04-13 11:09
I am a puzzle "nut", add the quilt theme, and I know
this is going to be fun. Thank you !!!
#9 MEMA1 2016-04-05 12:17
I'm like AndyPandy -- I shouldn't start on these when there are so many UFO's calling to me, begging to be finished. LOL!! I, too, will give them up tomorrow!! (GRIN!!!)
#8 Alice Coleman 2016-03-21 10:49
I think I smell the coffee.
#7 Genofwa 2016-03-20 15:15
This was the first time I have ever done a online puzzle. It was fun, Thanks :roll:
#6 deborahhend1 2016-03-20 13:33
I tried the easy (36 pc) puzzle to start. What a pleasure! I love doing puzzles on the internet, but getting to do a "quilt puzzle" was even more fun. Gotta go, ready to start the 98 pc.
Thank you for making these available for all of us!

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