Sheep Doll

You’ll love it because: We made these eco-friendly toys to celebrate the Chinese lunar ‘year of the sheep’, and realised they are cute enough for any one and any year!

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$8.00

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Wondering what to gift a new baby or a young toddler?! Or, looking for a sheep to celebrate the “Year of the Sheep” in the Chinese lunar calendar? Our embroidered, naturally-dyed sheep doll is made from soft cotton.

Featuring impeccable embroidery details, this sweet lamb is easy to snuggle and take along anywhere. A big part of the Village Weavers Project is to collaborate with artisans to come up with new products.

Our collection of eco-friendly, plastic-free stuffed animals and toys is an example of a collaboration that is sustainable and income-generating. Made by Tai Lue artisans through our Village Weavers Project.

  • Material: 100% organic Lao cotton
  • Care Instructions: Spot clean with cool water and mild soap
  • Dimensions: 7 cm x 18 cm (2.8 in x 7.1 in)

Additional information

WeightN/A
Dimensions7 × 18 cm
Color

Blue, Red, White

Made by:

Made by Tai Lue
Tai Lue

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