Small Kangaroo Stuffed Toy
This friendly, colorful kangaroo has a little joey in her pouch. Made of hand-dyed and hand-woven cotton, she is the perfect friend for playtime. Ethically handmade in Sri Lanka.
Want to pair this with a book? Try Who Ate All the Cookie Dough? by Karen Beaumont, illustrated by Eugene Yelchin (2008).
Materials: 100% hand-dyed, hand-woven cotton; filled with kapok, an all-natural, hypoallergenic fiber
Care: Spot clean using mild detergent and warm water; do not dry in direct sunlight as colors may fade
Size: 7 1/2 inches tall
Founded in the 1960s by Barbara Sansoni, today Barefoot products are still designed and produced in Sri Lanka. They are made by workers at home or by local artists and craftspeople in small country workshops working under ethical conditions—never by factories or production lines. As has always been the case, Barefoot works almost exclusively with women, who dye and weave cotton, silk, and wool yarns by hand, using eco-friendly, nontoxic dyes.
We source all of our products from small fair trade organizations and brands that prioritize their employees and the Earth over their bottom line.
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