You either like to play with puzzles or you don't, but we have managed to design puzzles that will be fun to play with even for those who don't find puzzles much fun, and all because our puzzles can be put together literally by anyone without a sweat. The standard dimensions of the puzzle carpet from edge to edge are 1x1m, while each puzzle head is an additional 20 cm in length, so the maximum dimensions are 1.4 x 1.4 m if the puzzle carpet has all 4 heads. We offer 23 possible shapes of puzzle carpets that are adapted during production so that the selected shapes can be put together like real puzzles and form a larger carpet format. The thickness of the carpet is approximately 3 cm. The available color is natural beige/white with limited editions in gray color. The carpet is made of sheep's wool using the dry felting technique.
Likamee is a combination of what evokes special emotions in us: Lika + mee. Lika, is a geographical region that we love and is also a source of our eternal inspiration and additionally, a place we source our wool from. Mee, in honor of all the sheep who diligently grew their fleece throughout the year so that one day we could hold it in our hands. Wool is a wonderful all-time material that can be used for many purposes, but unfortunately, nowadays it is mostly treated as waste so Likamee was born as a kind of revolt against the unfair classification that wool does not deserve. Thus, from the revolt, a story about love for wool and creation with hands was born. Six years ago, during the hottest day in August, when it was unbearable to withstand high temperatures without air conditioning, the idea of raw wool came to mind. Inspired by the recently watched documentary about how wool is not only waste but also a polluter of the environment, naively and well-intentioned, we wanted to change something immediately, and then we realized that we don't even know what raw wool looks like. But where there's a will, there's a way, so very quickly we held our first ball of combed, unspun wool in our hands. We quickly realized that we didn't know how to weave or knit, so we completely found ourselves in the dry felting technique, which we learned in detail, and decided to offer the market hand-made rugs in the most unusual shapes. Now you can create your rugs in puzzle forms by your choice!