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Baby/Kids
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  • Loved clothes last. We want to help you get the best from your Woollykins for years to come.

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  • Baby Bonnet Organic Wool Fleece (0-9m)

    Color
    Natural
    Cinnamon Melange
    Lilac
    Sand Melange (arriving March)
    Jasper Melange (arriving March)
    Size
    1 item left

    New colours Jasper and Sand arriving March along with a restock of natural and cinnamon. Leave your email for a back in stock notification. Lilac is a retired colour so this is the last stock of Lilac. 

    Super soft, spongy organic wool fleece makes this the softest baby bonnet around. A beautiful design with flatlock seams for a lovely smooth finish against baby's head. 

    The importance of a bonnet: A newborn babies head is relatively large compared with the rest of its body which means that the heat loss through the head is significant. A bonnet helps to keep baby's temperature stable. It also protects the baby from the surrounding noise of the environment. A fitted bonnet also massages the baby's head in a soothing way similar to the effect of the womb during pregnancy. Ruskovilla Finland

    Made in Germany by Engel
    100% organic merino wool fleece
    GOTS certified IVN best

    Sizes: 50/56 birth - 3m, 62/68 3-9months (head circ. 41-44cm)

    Colours: Natural, Lilac Melange (retired colour), Jasper Melange, Sand Melange, Cinnamon Melange

    Matching pieces - Grey Raglan Fleece Baby Jumper, Hooded Jacket, Fleece Mittens

    Care: air to clean, spot clean or gentle handwash in wool shampoo

    Note on using machine wool wash: Wool washing programmes of washing machines vary massively, therefore we can not grant warranty for any damages. With regards to using your wool washing machine cycle always use cold. If you choose to wash at 30 degrees the machine will still rinse with cold water and this shock to the fibres can cause the wool to shrink. 

    Modelled by the adorable @little.winnie via Woollykins Instagram