We have had a few snow dumps over the last few months, including one on New Year's Eve!! This has got me thinking about how I have used Chief Testing Officer's merino to keep him warm. Both Merino Dot Baby's sleepwear and clothing provide an ideal thermal base layer for your little one, with superior warmth and breathability, while also being lightweight and soft against their delicate skin. CTO has been making the most of the benefits of merino by wearing his Merino Dot Baby pyjamas as a base layer.
Traditionally wool is thought of as itchy and harsh on the skin, so why do I use merino wool for Merino Dot baby, toddler and kids sleepwear and clothing? Merino wool is nature's super fibre. Each quality of merino wool fibre adds a unique benefit to make a performance material that loads of technical fabrics try to mimic. Let's go through some of these together in this blog.
As a parent, sustainable choices are important to me - not only for my child, but for their future and the planet. Merino is a sustainable, durable, long-lasting fabric that can be passed onto siblings, cousins or family friends. Merino wool is also a sustainable choice for the planet. It is biodegradable and non-toxic, which means it won’t harm the environment when it’s time to discard it. In this blog post, we will discuss reasons why merino wool makes a sustainable choice for parents and the planet!
If your child suffers from eczema, you know how difficult it can be to find clothing that does not cause them skin irritation. Traditional cotton clothing can be very harsh on eczema-prone skin, but there is a better option: merino wool clothing. It was one of the many reasons I chose to make my baby wear and kids clothes from merino wool. When choosing merino wool clothing for your child, it is important to choose items that are made from 100% pure merino wool. This will ensure that your child's skin comes into contact only with soft, natural fibres. You've probably heard me rave about how merino wool is a natural fibre so it's not damaging for the environment, no...