You initially think that these have been knitted, yet these have been knitted by a co-operative of women in east Africa, rural Kenya in fact. Yet this is a non profit organisation, which is strange as you would think that they would be in it for the money, but clearly there is more to just making money in Africa.
The women who work in these places are really looked after by the co-operative, they get healthy and safe working conditions.
Natural wool yarn, treated with natural vegetable-based dyes. Filled with acrylic.
These items are handmade one-by-one; therefore, some variation is natural.
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