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  • Pom-Pom Beanie in Baby Alpaca (5y-Adult) - NEW/MENDED

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    Mended shop seconds Pom-Pom Beanie in Baby Alpaca (5y-Adult)

    Mended by our in-house mender Vickie to fix a small hole on the edge of the knit to bring this beautiful beanie back to life, ready for you. See pictures for mending details.

    This garment is part of our new Circular clothing initiative *reNEWool* that finds a new home for preloved, seconds Woollykins clothing, keeping textiles out of landfill and promotes 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

    Hand knitted ribbed beanie in organic baby alpaca fibre with super soft alpaca leather pom-pom.

    100% baby alpaca and with alpaca leather pom-pom
    Oeko Tex certified 100

    One size: 116 (5y-Adult)

    Colours: Medium Grey - undyed alpaca fibre

    *pom-pom colours may vary between white and auburn*

    my alpaca Copenhagen garments are handmade by skilled and organised groups of Peruvian women, following strict quality standards. They train and work with groups of women, promoting better livelihoods for them and their families. They use only fair-trade practices.

    Care: wash only when required. Handwash in cool water with gentle wool shampoo, press moisture out in a towel, reshape and dry flat. 

    *About the Alpaca Leather Pom-poms: The fur my alpaca use for pompoms comes from alpacas that have died from natural causes, the harsh weather in the alpaca-producing zones causes the death of around 15 per cent of baby alpacas in the first three months of life.