Bunny knit toy | oat bodysuit
With its large ears and its cute outfit, our knitted bunny will melt the whole family. Extra soft and perfect for baby’s tiny hands, it makes a nice gift for a birth or a birthday.
Eco-friendly fact: the wool colors used for this toy are natural shades of alpaca. No dye was used!
Handknitted in a fair-trade workshop in Bolivia, this toy's making supports an intelligent production, respectful of Earth and humans’ rights. Like all our knitted toys, this little bunny is made in pure baby alpaca wool, which is antibacterial and perfectly adapted for sensitive skins.
- Size: approximately 23 cm (9″)
- Hand knitted in 100% Baby Alpaca wool
- Hypoallergenic and antibacterial material
- Complies with European safety standards
- Suitable from birth
- 100% Baby Alpaca wool
Our knitted toys are entirely handmade, in a fair trade workshop in Bolivia, which offers good working conditions and a fair income to women who can neither read nor write. This solidarity-based economy contributes to improve the living conditions of families and ensuring the schooling of children.
All our soft toys are made in pure Baby Alpaca wool, a renewable, highly ecological natural fibre. They are stuffed with recycled plastic bottles fibres. The wool comes from a spinning mill located in the Bolivian Andes, which is supplied by small breeders. We use as much as possible the natural colours of alpaca: white, black, shades of grey and brown. All our other colours are made with eco-friendly, non toxic dyes.
You can machine wash you soft toy at 30°C on delicate cycle. However, we recommend you to wash it by hand as often as possible, in cold water, with a gentle detergent like baby shampoo. Soak for few minutes, gently rub and rinse. Remove excess water carefully, avoiding any wringing or twisting. Reshape, lay fly on a dry towel and allow it to dry naturally.
Before storing, make sure that your soft toy is fully dry. Store it with a dried lavender sachet, to keep moths away. Cedar wood chips are also useful to repel insects and harmful organisms.