Introducing the perfect self-regulation tool: the Marble Maze! Designed to enhance focus, attention, and active listening, this locally-made fidget toy is a must-have for classrooms, online learning, meetings, or doctor's appointments. With its cotton fabric front, soft minky back, and a captivating glass bead inside, this portable fidget toy is not only tactilely satisfying but also visually stimulating. Simply use your fingers to push the glass bead around the maze, engaging fine motor control and promoting concentration. And the best part? It's machine washable, ensuring easy maintenance for long-lasting use. Embrace the power of fidgeting with the FMarble Maze!
Small parts, choking hazards, not suitable for children under 3. May not be exactly as pictured.
Pattern by Luna Lemon Creative
Dara Lee Paul
I've been sewing since I was 11 years old. Partly because my mom thought it was a good skill to learn, and partly because sewing was taught in grade 7 Home Economics class. As I got older, I sewed out of necessity. Being a tall girl in a small village in Northern Alberta made shopping for clothes that fit me difficult. Over the years, I'd sew when I needed to, or when the mood struck me. When I was expecting my first child, I made some of my own maternity clothes and rediscovered my love of sewing. As our family grew with a set of twins, I sewed to have time to myself and I took great pride in seeing my children wear something I had made for them. Now I sew to have time to think, to solve problems, to relax, and for enjoyment. I feel everyone should be able to express themselves in what they wear and carry; I like sewing with bright colours and prints because they reflect my own personal sense of style. I really enjoy seeing my sewing being appreciated and used by others and always get a kick out of customers who show me something I made for them years ago.