Wednesday, 19 September 2007



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During the Second World War, Lois Allan agreed to set up a small factory in the grounds of her Buckinghamshire cottage. She enlisted the help of local women whose husbands were away fighting for their country to cut felt gaskets for tanks and other vehicles. Whilst working in the factory, the women also took turns to care for the young children.

Domestic Goddess

Lois soon discovered the entertainment value in the small felt cut-offs from the gaskets. Using the baize back of a table mat, she encouraged the children to create pictures using different shapes – Fuzzy-Felt was born.

Fuzzy-Felt was first launched in 1950 and has gone on to become one of Britain’s all time favourite toys. Its simplicity and creativity has inspired generations of children, bringing back happy memories to many parents and grandparents today.

The Greatest Dad

Free Gift Box Offer

We really appreciate the importance of quality packaging and as the cards are so lovely, we want them to kept in a lovely place! So, as a special treat for your cards (and this is very useful if they are a present) when you spend just £25 on cards, your cards will be sent in a beautiful, rigid, gift box.

About Fuzzy Felt

Fuzzy-Felt is a toy phenomenon with a remarkable pedigree. So many of us have fond memories of the little felt boards and many of the original post-war designs are still in use today. There are now colourful playsets, games and tins available in a host of themes, ranging from farms to funny faces.


Fuzzy-Felt play stimulates the imagination – there are simply no ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ answers. The concept has enormous educational power, encouraging colour and shape recognition, counting, sorting and story telling. The pictures are just what you want them to be – patterns and stories reflecting the world – real and make believe. Fuzzy-Felt has also been used extensively at home and in schools, nurseries and hospitals to help explain new and old experiences.

Now this much-loved classic brand has been updated and refreshed for the twenty-first century. Irresistible, interactive stationery for kids of all ages… let’s play!