Not terribly difficult, but one of the cutest puzzles around. Designed by my assistant Amber Curran at age 9, it has always been one of my favorites.

Dimensions:

Puzzle - .5" x 1" x 2" Number of pieces - 5 Woods: mahogany

Simple Pyramid?

How can 2 pieces be so hard to put together in the shape of a tetrahedron? It is much harder than it should be. After solving this puzzle it is great fun to watch your friends suffer through trying to solve the puzzle.

Dimensions:

Puzzle - 1.5" x 1.5" x 1.5" Number of pieces - 2 Woods: poplar

Simple Square?

Called the simple square because that is what everyone says when they first see it. They are not so sure after trying to solve it for a while.

Dimensions:

Puzzle - .25" x 2" x 2" Number of pieces - 4 Woods: cherry

Simple T?

The hardest of the four simple puzzles, this puzzle is harder than some of the larger ones.

Dimensions:

puzzle - .25" X 3" X 4" Number of pieces - 4 Woods: walnut