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AW20 Moss Stitch Bonnet

$82

A really thick and warm Moss stitch Bonnet with sweet little bow tie straps. It will certainly keep those little heads nice n warm all winter long. Plus, it has the added the added advantage of make your tiny tot look like a Smurf. Made with the warmest blend of cashmere from Inner Mongolia and merino wool from Australia.

Did you know that cashmere is not only lighter, but up to 8 times warmer than wool. And, when combined with super soft merino, it is also lovely and durable, making it the perfect hand-me-down material in this age where we need to use more sustainable fibres. 

Made to Last: Please Hand me Down

As we are a small family run business, each item has been individually inspected to ensure the highest standards for your Little Ones. 

Soft on Skin Fully Fashioned Knitting Recycled Packaging 100% Natural Cashmere


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Cashmere loves water so the best way to wash it is to hand wash it with a touch of soap. As cashmere is a natural fibre, some pilling will take place so we recommend washing your garments after they have been worn two or three times. Simply hand wash it in Cool water with a touch of soap. It is best to use cashmere/wool specific detergents like Woolite. For all items with buttons we recommend undoing the buttons before washing. And, please remember: do not wring it afterwards or hang it up, otherwise the fibres will stretch and your garment will lose its shape. Please then lay it flat to dry in the shade. 

Hand Washing

  1.  Soak the item in Cool water using a mild detergent like Woolite.
  2.  Gently distribute the suds. Do not wring it (as this will encourage the item to stretch and lose its shape)
  3.  Rinse the item thoroughly in clean lukewarm water
  4.  Squeeze the item of excess water gently or put it in the washing machine on the lightest spin.
  5.  Reshape item and dry as flat, away from direct sunlight.
  6. If you wish to iron your cashmere, use only the lowest setting, and move the iron fairly quickly so that it does not burn and ruin your jumper. 

 

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