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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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  • Nature Baby Essential Long Sleeve Top - 100% Merino - Petunia (3-4y) - NEW/MENDED

    This Merino top is a seconds item that has been mended by Woollykins, bringing a beautiful garment back to life, ready for your little one. 

    *One available in Petunua, size 3-4y. Pick up a lovely bargain : ) 

    This merino long sleeve crew-neck tee is made from beautiful, soft, pure merino wool, and features a scooped hemline at the back, and detail stitching at the front neck. An essential item for the cooler months. A great layering piece!

    This garment is part of our new Circular clothing initiative *reNEWool* which finds a new home for preloved, seconds Woollykins clothing, keeping textiles out of landfill and promoting the benefits of mending. Loved clothes last! 50% of all profits from initiative will be donated to our favourite Environmental charities. Find out more here.

    Size 3y (fits 3-4y)

    : Petunia

    Condition: Woollykins shop seconds, with small mend (see picture)

    Brand: Nature Baby
    Designed and manufactured in: New Zealand
    Fibre: 100% Merino
    Original certificationsZQ certified
    100% Biodegradable:  Yes
    Machine Washable:  Yes (see our guide to washing wool)
    Machine Wash Treatment:  Naturetexx chemical free machine wash treatment

    Care: Wool machine wash with liquid wool wash. Air to clean/freshen up in a steamy shower. Wash merino wool garments only when necessary. We usually recommend handwashing your merinos in lukewarm water with a no-rinse wash or any of our other gentle wool shampoos - see Wool Care. Reshape when wet and dry flat.

    Note on using machine 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.