1 x Indigo printed Organic Cotton Dohar
1 x Lion face Organic Cotton Mustard seeds Pillow
2 x Organic Cotton Bolsters
2 x Wooden Maracas
The motifs are hand-block printed and indigo dyed by traditional Ajrakh craftspeople in rural Gujarat. The mustard seeds pillow is hand embroidered by traditional Lambadi women artisans in rural south India. Experts believe that it conforms to head shape, allows air circulation, and helps to prevent the flat head syndrome.
Mustard is also known to keep colds away due to its natural warming properties. It is recommended to use this product after a few weeks of birth till the baby starts rolling on his/her tummy. The maracas are crafted from sustainably sourced rubberwood and painted with child-friendly water-based colours. Ergonomically shaped handles are perfect for a child's grip or for you to shake shake shake! Conscious of minimising waste, the set comes packed in a reusable muslin bag with an interactive paper game tag, ready for gifting. Designed and made in India.
Our organic cotton toddler gift set is uniquely gender-neutral. The soft 36“ x 50” reversible indigo dohar has printed animals on one side and checks the pattern on the other. Perfect for outdoor or indoor use, it is complemented by a mustard seed pillow, a pair of bolster pillows and a pair of wooden maracas. Part of our Zoo Treat poem collection.
- Machine or hand wash the pillow and bolster covers and blanket with gentle soap in cold water with similar colours.
- The fabric will become softer with each wash. Do not soak. Do not bleach. Do not dry-clean.
- The colour might bleed for the first couple of washes. Warm iron as required. Indigo colour is sensitive to citric content. Naturally dyed colours evolve over time, and with long exposures to the sun.
- Keep the bolster and pillow filler in strong sunlight occasionally.
- Do not wash. Wipe clean maracas with a damp cloth.
- This Product is 'Made to order so kindly refer to our exchange and returns page for more details for the same.
- Made by Whitewater, Curated by Aanswr.