I used to love jigsaw puzzles and in the op shop where I work, I saw 3 great ones yesterday and almost brought them home -am still thinking about buying one of them -I do not do scenes as I find them too difficult as they are mainly just a few colours.
I like the Ravensberger (spelling) ones as they have good cartoon character ones and these are easier than a scene and much more fun.
I used to do 100 piece ones however the two I liked in the shop were 2000 and 3000 -i play games on my i pad now when I used to do jig saws, but your question has spurred me on to buying one!
Jigsaw puzzles used to be my holiday leisure and although I have a file drawer full or them I can't remember the last time I tried one. Somewhere along the line life got too busy and I hadn't even noticed.
We used to do jigsaws on rainy days on holiday.... I'm not really a fan though. When I was pregnant I did a huge jigsaw of the Rosetta Stone, it was exactly what I needed at the time but since then, well, there are so many other things I would rather do!
No! Hated them. To my mind there was NOTHING logical about them. Used to get me sooooo frustrated. I gave up eventually on the huge one I had. I can't even remember what it was, but maybe an olde English village house with creepers growing all over it?
The bigger the better, and the more challenging a design (like the Impossible series, featuring the same image over and over), the more I'll have it too.
Completed a few in the past year but they're confined to the spare room with the door closed due to a cat who likes to play with the pieces.....