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.

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