Bits and Pieces releases puzzle throughout the year, but the bulk of new releases are seasonal. Their new ‘winter catalogue’ has a number of new puzzles. (A few of these are also from the end of 2015). I’ve pulled out my favorites below, but you can see all their new puzzles here.
“Birdhouse Quilt” by Helz Cuppelditch, 1000 or 500 pieces
I like the blackboard-and-chalk style puzzles Bits and Pieces has been releasing from Helz Cuppelditch lately. (There was a Christmas one and Halloween one previously). This new one has a spring theme and it very cute.
“Home Tree Home” by Sandy Rushinko, 750 or 3000 pieces (shaped)
I love really good shaped puzzles. It seems like Bits and Pieces has not been releasing as many shaped puzzles lately (they didn’t have a new Christmas shaped puzzle for 2015, alas). This new one by Sandy Rushinko is pretty cute. I hope they release more for spring.
“Vintage Baker” by Aimee Stewart, 1000 or 300 pieces
Aimee Stewart has been ‘hot’ in puzzles the past few years, releasing a series of fantasy bookshelf images like “Fantastic Voyage” and “Heroes and Heroines” with Ravensburger. She has several new puzzles with Sunsout and Bits and Pieces as well, including the fun baker one below.
“Flower Stamp Quilt” by Aimee Stewart, 1000 or 500 pieces
Another new Aimee Stewart from Bits and Pieces
“Winter Feasting” by Amy Rosenberg, 1000 or 500 pieces
“They Call Me Wolf” by Russ Docken, 1000 or 300 pieces
Nice colors in this one.
“Snowy Winter Delight” by Joseph Burgess, 1000 or 3000 pieces
“Victorian Spring” by Joseph Burgess, 1500 or 500 pieces
I like the larger size on this one.
“Guiding Lights” by Alan Giana, 1000 or 300 pieces
“Village Pond” by Ruane Manning, 1000 pieces
Set of 6 Christmas Puzzle by Liz Goodrich Dillon
This set comes in 300 or 500 pieces and includes “Sunrise Feasting”, “Christmas Sleigh”, “Workshop Santa”, “Building a Snowman”, “Watching Santa”, and “Children Decorating”. You can also buy the individual puzzles separately.
“Woodland Bounty” by Jane Maday, 1000 or 500 pieces