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



#25 carolyn stull 2019-06-10 17:58
I started a puzzle, I see the puzzle but cannot get back into in and I don't remember the name of it. How do I get back to that puzzle?
#24 carolyn stull 2019-05-29 04:35
I love working on these puzzles. I don't have to fight the dogs or cat for the pieces.
#23 Donna Belisle 2018-12-05 08:15
Look forward each day for the puzzle, so yesterday was a long one, I kept looking. So today, I thought for a bit that it must be a "pitfall" one as I struggled the longest and pulled a few of my hairs out, but finally, I got it. I was beginning to wonder though for a while. Sure love these puzzles. Thanks so much.
#22 mkdquilts 2018-08-17 12:10
Also, new puzzles come out in every Friday and Sunday newsletter.
#21 JOHNANDERSON 2018-08-17 10:54
We occasionally use past puzzles, but all the puzzles are under "See Quilts">"Puzzle s and Games". Enjoy.
#20 Karen OConnell 2018-08-15 22:50
how do we get more current puzzles? this was 4 years old?
#19 Sharon taylor 2018-03-18 14:16
Love to win this wonderful machine really need
#18 Joan Winter 2018-03-05 08:00
Today's puzzle has been repeated many times and it's not one of my favorites, but I usually love your puzzles
#17 SandyB 2018-01-18 22:00
I must be part of this group then - these puzzles are so intriguing and I love trying to match the colours and tones. Great on a hot afternoon but I too should be sewing.
#16 Carol Zahn 2018-01-08 11:49
I, too, have become addicted to these "quilt puzzles". Love them, need more new ones. I've done all so far and many multiple times. I do the 98 - 100 ones - maybe I should try the smaller pieces ones. Thanks for making them available.
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