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Hekluð Hringla - Powder Blue

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The cute rabbit comes in the colour "powder blue" and has sweet white markings and dark eyes. Inside, the baby’s rattle has a pleasant bell that makes a sound when the rattle is shaken. The rabbit is fixed to a wooden ring, half of which is covered by the crocheted material and forms the rabbit's body.

The wooden ring is shaped in a way that makes it easy for your child to hold in their hand.

The rattle is filled with soft, recycled polyester which is secured in a small cloth bag, preventing the filling from finding its way out through the yarn.

The rattle is designed in Denmark, and the crocheted part is handmade, so each rattle is unique and has its own charm.

Siggy is always looking for exciting new places to explore, which is why Siggy prefers life away from the screen. Real physical activity and fun games where you use your body are the favourite pastimes of this little carrot-loving runner. Siggy is adventurous and fast, and her biggest motivation comes from sharing activities with others. Making things, playing games and moving together is much more fun – from sweet little baby activities to fun and games, jumping and running with nursery or schoolchildren.

A perfect gift for a christening or first baby visit.

Recommended age 0+.
Tested and approved in accordance with EN71-1, EN71-2 and EN71-3 – the European Toy Safety Directive.
Labelling: CE.
Washing instructions: Wipe with a cloth/wash by hand.

Warning. Keep away from fire.

About organic cotton
The yarn in this product is made from organic cotton – a choice made to reduce the product's environmental footprint. A lot of the environmental impact associated with cotton production can be reduced or eliminated by growing organic cotton.

About recycled polyester filling
The filling is made from 100% recycled polyester from plastic bottles which have been collected and cleaned, after which they are shredded, re-melted and turned into new, recycled fibres. The plastic bottles are thereby given new life instead of just ending up as waste.