The Little Green Sheep Organic Knitted Fleece Baby Blanket – Linen is from the With Love collection. This luxury fleece baby blanket is made with an organic cotton moss stitch knit and super soft Sherpa fleece lining on the other side. Keeping your baby warm and cosy both in the home and when out and about in their stroller.
The Little Green Sheep Organic Knitted Fleece Baby Blanket - Linen is from the With Love collection. This luxury fleece baby blanket is made with an organic cotton moss stitch knit and super soft Sherpa fleece lining on the other side. Keeping your baby warm and cosy both in the home and when out and about in their stroller.
- Includes gift tag
- Polyester fleece lining
- Machine washable at 30c
- Measurements: 80 x 100cm
- Ideal for Cots, Cot Bed and Prams
- Made from 100% certified organic cotton knit
Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS)
The Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) integrates all of the textile processing stages, from the fibre to the finished product: the raw fibre must be organic farming certified and all the manufacturing processes involved must be inspected. The aim of this standard is to guarantee the traceability, the use of chemical friendly with the environment and the consumer’s health, to ensure a quality system, a reduction of energy and to respect some social criteria.
100% Organic Cotton
Organic fibres are grown without the use of synthetic fertilisers or potentially toxic pesticides. By building soil fertility, organic farmers help lock CO2 into the soil, helping mitigate climate change. By avoiding potentially toxic pesticides cotton workers benefit by preventing the associated health problems common in non-organic cotton production. Organic cotton is a better quality fibre than standard cotton and it is Hypoallergenic. It does not cause any allergy or irritation when it touches human skin. Avoiding pesticides also reduces production costs and farmer debts. The price of organic includes investments made by farmers who are protecting the environment, maintaining soil fertility, preserving biodiversity and conserving water. This means organic cotton sometimes (but not always) is more expensive because the costs aren’t hidden."