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Nanay Blue Ants Cardigan

€88,95

The ants go marching two-by-two....blue ants march on a white cardigan. Wooden buttons up the front make for an easy cardigan for babies and kids! 

Soft, warm and oh-so-light, this stylish and playful piece of children's knitwear is made from one of the most eco-friendly natural fibers: 100% baby alpaca!

Pair this sweater with our hand-knit baby alpaca Nanay Express Knit Pants. Size up for layering over dresses and long skirts!

Shop the full Nanay Collection.

  • 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.

The ants go marching two-by-two....blue ants march on a white cardigan. Wooden buttons up the front make for an easy cardigan for babies and kids! 

Soft, warm and oh-so-light, this stylish and playful piece of children's knitwear is made from one of the most eco-friendly natural fibers: 100% baby alpaca!

Pair this sweater with our hand-knit baby alpaca Nanay Express Knit Pants. Size up for layering over dresses and long skirts!

Shop the full Nanay Collection.

  • 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.