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Nanay

Nanay Sheep Baby Alpaca Sweater

$121.00

Embrace the charm and warmth of the Nanay Sheep Baby Alpaca Sweater, a delightful addition to your child's wardrobe. This handcrafted sweater, made from 100% baby alpaca, is not just a garment, but a piece of art. It features a serene, cloud-like sheep on one side, with the cheeky sheep’s fluffy tail playfully peeking out from the back. This whimsical design brings a touch of joy and imagination to your child's attire.

The baby alpaca fiber, renowned for its softness and warmth, ensures that this sweater is gentle against delicate skin, making it perfect for everyday wear. Its lightweight nature adds to the comfort, making it a pleasure to wear in any season.

Pair this charming sweater with hand-knit baby alpaca leggings for a complete look, or size up for easy layering over dresses and long skirts. The versatile style tip offers multiple ways to enjoy this piece.

Nanay, a Bolivian company, not only creates beautiful alpaca and llama knitwear but also champions social responsibility. As a Fair Trade certified company, Nanay employs 600 native local knitters, 90% of whom are women, providing vital income and supporting the well-being of their families. By choosing this sweater, you are part of Nanay's mission to improve the living standards of their artisans, making it a purchase with purpose and heart.

  • Soft, luxurious, hypoallergenic and eco-friendly
  • 100% Baby Alpaca
  • Hand wash in cold water; lay flat to air dry.
  • Handmade in Bolivia by a Fair Trade women's collective
  • Nanay is a Bolivian company dedicated to the production of Alpaca and Llama knitted baby and children clothing. Nanay is a socially conscious company, and Fair Trade certified. They work with 600 native local knitters who are heads of family and provide the main income to their homes, 90% of whom are women.  Nanay's main mission is to constantly create jobs and increase hand labor in order to ultimately improve the living standards of the knitters.

    Embrace the charm and warmth of the Nanay Sheep Baby Alpaca Sweater, a delightful addition to your child's wardrobe. This handcrafted sweater, made from 100% baby alpaca, is not just a garment, but a piece of art. It features a serene, cloud-like sheep on one side, with the cheeky sheep’s fluffy tail playfully peeking out from the back. This whimsical design brings a touch of joy and imagination to your child's attire.

    The baby alpaca fiber, renowned for its softness and warmth, ensures that this sweater is gentle against delicate skin, making it perfect for everyday wear. Its lightweight nature adds to the comfort, making it a pleasure to wear in any season.

    Pair this charming sweater with hand-knit baby alpaca leggings for a complete look, or size up for easy layering over dresses and long skirts. The versatile style tip offers multiple ways to enjoy this piece.

    Nanay, a Bolivian company, not only creates beautiful alpaca and llama knitwear but also champions social responsibility. As a Fair Trade certified company, Nanay employs 600 native local knitters, 90% of whom are women, providing vital income and supporting the well-being of their families. By choosing this sweater, you are part of Nanay's mission to improve the living standards of their artisans, making it a purchase with purpose and heart.

  • Soft, luxurious, hypoallergenic and eco-friendly
  • 100% Baby Alpaca
  • Hand wash in cold water; lay flat to air dry.
  • Handmade in Bolivia by a Fair Trade women's collective
  • Nanay is a Bolivian company dedicated to the production of Alpaca and Llama knitted baby and children clothing. Nanay is a socially conscious company, and Fair Trade certified. They work with 600 native local knitters who are heads of family and provide the main income to their homes, 90% of whom are women.  Nanay's main mission is to constantly create jobs and increase hand labor in order to ultimately improve the living standards of the knitters.

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