“The open, simple features foster great imagination and creativity. These dolls are crafted considering the child’s needs in the early years of childhood, and the memories it weaves last for a lifetime. Great love, warmth and intent is crafted into every doll, for it’s through these childhood memories and experiences that a child becomes who he is in the later years. These dolls symbolise inclusion and celebrate our diverse culture – they come in different skin tones, hair and eye colours. The clothes are designed in a way that is easy for children to change and are washable too.
Maintenance and care – Spot clean the doll immediately when it gets dirty with mild soap water and a clean cloth. You can avoid washing in cold weather as it takes longer for sheep wool dolls to dry. If the dolls don’t dry up well, then it can invite new guests like mites. Line dry the dolls in a shaded area and avoid direct sunlight as the dress of the doll can fade. You can give the dolls a bath just like you bathe an infant, very gently.”