About Our Products
Our Merino Wool Baby Clothing
We only source the very finest merino wool in the world from New Zealand or Australia to use in our merino baby clothing ranges. We make sure that we do not use any harmful finishes or dyes in our manufacturing, and no formaldehyde.
merino wool properties
- easy care - machine washable
- retains its colour ‘bloom’ and lustre
- naturally odour resistant and resists static build up
- super soft and non-irritant for ultimate comfort
- adapts to babies body temperature
- retains its shape and texture
- naturally fire retardant
Pilling in wool garments:
Pilling is a natural process that comes hand in hand with wearing a luxurious wool garment. Pilling is the accumulation of tiny balls caused by the friction of wearing a new merino garment. We recommend de-pilling the garment when required with a de-pilling comb then wash as instructed. After a few washes you should find that the pilling disappears. Frequent washing will help prevent further pilling. Please note that wool garments will pull if caught on rings, zippers etc. Pulls are not a manufacturers fault and are not covered by the consumer guarantees act. Please take care when handling and laundering.
Our Cotton Baby Clothing
We source both organic cotton and fine cotton to use in our Kind Organic™ and Bud Cotton baby clothing ranges. Our creation of the ‘Nurturing Organically’ key logo is a reminder to our customers that we are doing the best to look after our world. The organic cotton fibre we use is 100% certified, and as well as with our fine Bud cotton, we make sure that we do not use any harmful finishes or dyes in our manufacturing, and no formaldehyde.
- easy-care - machine washable
- soft & non-irritant - perfect next to babies skin
- naturally odour resistant and resists static build-up
- cool & breathable - draws heat away from babies skin
- absorbs moisture - keeps baby dry
Organic Cotton is grown using methods that have a low impact on the environment.
We use this method of construction in our premium knit ranges Pure Merino and Bud Cotton. It is exclusive to knit wear garments and is very specialized and time-consuming, so is mainly used for high-end knit apparel. Just like hand-knitting, each garment piece is machine knitted individually and then linked together. Different stitch patterns at joins or knitted design details differentiate fullyfashioned garments from other knitwear and allow the garments to have a traditional, hand-crafted look.
Cut And Sew Construction
Most garments are made this way in both woven and knit fabrics. Garment pieces are cut flat from several layers of fabric and then sewn together. It is a quick, efficient way of constructing high-quality knit garments, and is always used to construct beautiful tailored woven garments. Our tailored Kind Organic™ Woven range, diffusion Hush Merino™ and Kind Organic™ knit ranges are constructed by this method.