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    Baby Organic Cotton Hat - Lamb

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    Natural
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    Softest organic cotton hat made for you by Kissy Kissy, famous for highest quality baby layette clothes. Made of best quality organic Pima cotton, the hat is a great addition to other lamb series items - footie or convertible. It is gender neutral with natural color and sweet lamb embroidery. Cuff of this hat is finished with a beautiful edging.

    Other items available, see picture below (priced separately).

    This garment is made with the finest 100% organic Pima cotton. 

    Made in Peru to Global Organic Textile Standards and CPSIA compliant*. Machine wash cold, tumble dry low.

    * GOTS = Global Organic Textile Standards, sets standards for organic textiles
    * CPSIA = Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act, set newest and stringiest standard on contents of lead in children products.
    Pima cotton is famous for highest quality fiber. Combined here with certified organic methods, ensures that your baby will not only be comfortable, dressed beautifully but also free of any toxins, lead or heavy metals in this outfit.

    About Kissy Kissy:
    Since 1995, Kissy Kissy has made fine layette collections made from Peruvian Pima cotton. The line is known for its ultra-comfortable clothes and signature prints, softest clothing for babies ever made of cotton grown without using toxins, fertilizers and produced without harsh chemicals, bleaches or dyes.

    Baby Sizes 0-24M

    US Size Age (months)

    Weight (in pounds)

     NB Newborn up to 10 lb
    SM 0-3 Months up to 11 lb

    Who Made My clothes

    We carry products made in ethical sustainable way, despite "dirty" textile industry. The question "Who Made My Clothes?" is an important one to ask.  Your support of ethical mindful fashion that can be traced how it's made - organic or Fair Trade or indigenous, ensures fair  conditions for the artisans and care for the planet.

    Your purchase supports the preservation of traditional craft and the love of natural fibers. You help to minimize exploitative labor and environmental damage. 

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