Blanket Teal Organic Cotton

$79.99

or 4 payments of $20.00 with Afterpay

Hand-knitted in 100% organic cotton, gorgeous soft teal blanket with crochet edge and crochet spot detail.
This soft teal (almost light moss) colour is perfect if you fancy a change from the more traditional pink or blue.
This elegant blanket will keep your baby snug and warm.
If you are giving as a gift we know your friend and their baby will love this heirloom blanket as much as we do.

Hand made from 100% organic cotton, sized at 85cm x 95cm – perfect pram, stroller and cot blanket size. Machine washable on gentle. Another Fair trade product.

At Pebble we like to think that our products spread smiles worldwide:
Parents smile because the soft organic cotton blankets and hand crocheted toys keep their babies happy and enable parents to shop with a conscience and the babies smile – well you can see why!

Pebble products are made entirely by hand with natural materials and as such there will be slight variations in size, colour and design in line with the unique nature of this product.

The wonderful ladies who make these treasures in Bangladesh smile because when you by their products you  bring them work.    Pebble toys are our small contribution to supporting families in rural Bangladesh, to removing the need for economic migration to the cities and to providing women with flexible working opportunities which are close to their homes.-
Find out more about Pebble below…

Materials: 100% organic cotton
Size: height approx 85cm, width approx 95cm
Care instructions: machine washable at 40 degrees and can be tumble dried on a low setting
(Bambino NB: we recommend a flat dry, for life long enjoyment and the environment!)

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About Pebble, their people, their products.
All Pebble products are made in Bangladesh by the extremely talented and capable artisans at Hathay Bunano ps.
We love their workmanship and we love rural Bangladesh. Pebble toys are our small contribution to supporting families in rural Bangladesh, to removing the need for economic migration to the cities and to providing women with flexible working opportunities which are close to their homes.

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