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(Was $155)
Wide open spaces for imagination (and beavers!) to roam.

This playscape represents many, many hours of needlefelting to bring to life a natural environment in which the beaver family can work, rest and play (directed by little hands).

It is completely made of wool. The base is a piece (roughly 12 x 14") of felted, upcycled handknit sweater which is finished off with handstitched 100% wool felt on the bottom. The upper surface and all of the accessories are made with wool roving needlefelted into form.

This soft, natural and durable play space features a lodge, pond, stream (to dam in order to make the pond, perhaps?), 3 beavers, 4 loose logs and one branch. The mat itself has detailed rocks, flowers, cat-tails and even a fairy ring of red capped mushrooms in the meadow.

Add your own turtles, pebbles, fish, boat... whatever your child dreams up!~

So... what is a playscape? :: http://beneaththerowantree.blogspot.com/2008/12/so-what-is-playscape.html

This is a one of a kind piece.
It is made to be played with but is not suggested for children under 3, due to the size of the loose pieces and the potential choking hazard of loose fibers.

We ship from Canada.

Custom playscapes available.
Thanks for looking! ♥

Frequently asked questions about BeneathTheRowanTree

Sizes are described for each item. If you are purchasing for a specific use or space, please be sure to measure before ordering. As each silk piece is dyed custom for you, returns and exchanges are not generally made for pieces that are their described dimensions.
Every silk item will arrive with a postcard bearing detailed information about the item and its care. Generally, treat silk like your own hair (a protein fiber)~ wash gently in warm to cool water with a gentle shampoo or dish soap and hang to dry. Avoid laundry detergent. Direct sunlight (ie on a clothesline) can quickly damage silk. Tumble dry low for a brief time, best of all~ press with a warm iron while damp.