Who’s There? is a baby blanket series meant to provide comfort for your little one. Just like children, wool needs sun, fresh air, water and food for growing – snuggle up in a blanky amount of pure nature.
Why merino wool? It’s the ultimate Eco material - 100% natural, renewable and biodegradable. Merino is super soft on skin but also strong and retaining its shape, making it a very durable material. It has a natural protective shield complex that keeps your garment from getting dirty. You can use it all year round, it´s breathable, keeps a layer of air next to the skin and repels moisture.
Illustrations: Anna Lutter
100 x 70 cm
Made in Kaunas, Lithuania :)
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It is best not to wash wool at all or as rarely as possible. Wool takes care of itself best. If you aired out your clothes loosely and uncovered for at least 24 hours after wearing them, merino wool will do most of the maintenance itself. You can hand wash it or dry clean. Wash with delicate detergent. Dry flat. Reshape during wet.
All of our wool is sourced from Engraw S.A., one of the world’s top wool producers. Located in the beautiful pastoral regions of Uruguay, Engraw S.A. has been in the wool business since 1951. They are also a world leader in environmental practices and renewable energy (94% of the energy used by their mills is from wind power), making them double-super awesome.
We are all born Woolish. It’s not a choice. As humans, we all love and crave comfort. We all yearn to look our best and feel great. We all love to feel confident, stand out in a crowd and exude effortless cool. We all love fun, joy and pleasurable activity. We are all connected to nature and our mother earth.
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