100% natural merino wool rib, non-mulesing production, fabric made especially for MaM Design.
ManyMonths Woollies Dickie
Wash your ManyMonths™ merino wool garment by hand in lukewarm water with wool detergent or mild baby shampoo, rinsing in the same temperature. After washing, press the garment between a towel to remove excess water and hang to dry.
Or machine wash in 30°C on a wool program, spinning at 400 rpm.
Wool items need not be washed after every use. Wool cleans itself; frequent airing outside in fresh air will do. To retain the best qualities, it is necessary to treat the garment with a lanolin cure from time to time. Wash separately or with similar colours.
100% natural merino wool rib, non-mulesing production, fabric made especially for ManyMonths™.
The ManyMonths Dickie is a mock turtleneck to be used for all kinds of activities in the cold season. A kindergarten favourite! Great for babywearing. Soft and stretchy, designed to be perfectly comfortable and well fitting without anything tugging or feeling too tight around even the most sensitive neck. It's been cut fairly wide to allow for a lot of growth and wonderful ease of use. Son/daughter and mum in matching dickeys, and no messed hair or spread-out makeup. The collar is made of double layers of fabric.
The thin and curly merino wool fibres trap air, and the wearer will feel great. Merino wear help to keep body temperature optimal by accommodating fluctuating temperatures, environmental changes and moisture on the skin. Extra-fine quality that doesn't itch or tickle. Enjoy the outdoors and stay healthy this winter also through the flu waves!
Allow your child to be mobile
The ManyMonths Woolies are carefully designed in Finland. They are made of two layers of naturally stretchy and soft merino wool rib, which has been knitted especially for us.
The ManyMonths Woolies doesn't need to be washed after every use. Wool cleans itself; frequent airing of damp pants in fresh air will do. The reliability will improve over time. Wool is meant to be loved and often used.