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UMIFORM

Plant Dyed Baby Body Longsleeve 100% Merino (0-3yrs) *Limited Edition*

Size Guide
Size
Color
Billy Buttons yellow
Goldfields
Gum Leaf Grey
Pink Flowering Gum
Blue Mallee Flower
Red Earth
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Super warm, fine organic merino wool baby bodysuits by Cosilana with flatlock seams in a beautiful quality heavier knit wool. A gorgeous feel and extra warm. We have plant dyed a special edition of these for your babies in a range of natural tones. Limited edition available only. Only 2 of each available. We are not able to source these beautiful quality special bodysuits again.

These baby bodysuits can also accommodate a cloth nappy. Natural wool bodysuits are great over wool nappy covers and night nappies as they add an extra wetproof layer and any dampness or leaks that comes through the nappy will be wicked away from baby and they will not feel cold/wet. Simply air the bodysuit to clean any wee/wetness. Wash only when soiled. 

100% organic merino wool (IVN Best certified)

Made in Germany by Cosilana
Plant Dyed in Castlemaine by UMIFORM, Woollykins
See also the wool baby balaclavas to match *here*

Sizes:
74/80 6-12m, 86/92 12-24m, 98/104 2-3 years. 

Colours: Billy Buttons Yellow, Goldfields, Gum Leaf Grey, Pink Flowering Gum, Pale Pink Correa, Blue Mallee Flower, Red Earth

Botanicals: Weld, Cherry Ballart, Alkanet, Cochineal, Lac, Gardinia, Madder

*Like the Engel and Disana brands many items are priced according to size/colour*

Care: Handwash only in lukewarm water with wool shampoo. Dry out of direct Sunlight. 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. 

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