Washing & Care
-The wool and cotton we use for our garments are machine washable but only on a cold temperature, no more than 30 degrees, and on a delicate or wool program. The spin shouldn't be more than 600. Only wash your woollens in a washing machine you trust and have been already used for woollens.
-Some of our woollen garments, like the 'Hansel' bonnets and sweaters, should be washed on delicate, cold water, with a special woollen detergent and without a Spin Cycle. Please check our products page.
Garments with buttons : wash them buttoned and on the reverse side as the tub of the washing machine could damaged them.
Please note that we use ‘Natural wood buttons’ and the colour will become lighter over time and after being washed. As any garments with buttons for babies, please check regularly they are safely attached and in good conditions as they could present a choking hazard.
To dry your item: lay it on a dry towel, in order to keep it flat, and in the shade.
As they are true vintage items, they sometimes don't have a label. The fibre content specified is at the best of our knowledge. Please do not hesitate to ask us more questions if you wish to.
We recommend to wash your items by hand due to the aged garments, or on a wool/delicate program (low temperature).
No tumble dry. Iron on a low temperature if applicable.
Please keep all vintage garments away from fire.