These are all 100 piece puzzles that we built. They fit perfectly on our table!
Lots of people in our family like to build puzzles. Sometimes we would all work on one large puzzle together, and sometimes we had what we called "puzzle races." These involved all participating players choosing a 100-piece puzzle (we made sure to use puzzles that were the same make and size for fairness), and when someone said,"Go!", everyone tried to see who could finish their puzzle first. We found that age did not necessarily give an advantage in this game! Kath was invariably crowned the puzzle champ, but we did our best to give her puzzles that we believed to have the most difficult pictures and color combinations. It didn't usually help too much though.