MINI PLAYSILK ~ SARAH'S SILKS
Small Playsilks just right for little hands!
Here are some ways we see little ones play with them:
- As doll house rugs and blankets
- Green for a cow's grass
- Blue as a lake to sail a boat on
- In a pot to stir as soup
- Dancing and waving around to music
- Tie a pouch
- As a tablecloth
- Wrap a little present
Playsilks are 21" x 21" squares (53cm x 53cm approx) that come in a wonderful variety of colours.
Our silks are dyed with non-toxic, eco friendly dyes and have been safety tested for children. Hand wash/hang dry.
Sarah’s Silks is a family owned company specializing in Waldorf inspired toys for children. We supply our playsilks, capes, fairy dresses, streamers, and other toys to Steiner schools, boutique toy shops and families In the USA, Europe, Australia, Japan and many other countries. Silk is natural, renewable, and eco-friendly, as is the wood, wool, and cotton we also use in our toys. Pretend play is the foundation for a creative, inspired life and we hope our toys will be a part of your children’s memories.
Children have always used found items to create toys and props for imaginative play. Around the world they have used their mother’s scarves and pieces of cloth to make toys. Picking up a piece of cloth, a piece of wood, or a common housebound object allows children to use their imagination in a different way than giving them already formed objects. Putting their creative forces to work is important for creative thinking in adulthood.
A basket of colored playsilks is one of the best additions to a child’s playroom. It is amazing to see what children create with them.
Some children make costumes like capes, skirts, pants, hats, veils, animal tails and more. The next day the same silks become green grass for their toy animals to live on, blue water to sail the boats, or a rainbow can appear in the sky above them. Many children wrap their dolls in them or tie them on as a sling to carry a favorite animal or doll around in. They can be used to build forts with the sofa cushions, for a puppet show curtain, and for magic tricks.