100% organic cotton
weight: perfect 240 GSM
How to wash it right:
The clothes are made of organic cotton, so make sure you take good care of them. We recommend washing with gentle detergent, at a maximum temperature of 40°C. To enjoy the garment for as long as possible, we suggest a low-speed spin, maximum 1000 rpm. Do not tumble dry and do not bleach.
All fabrics used in yarnami products have the Oeko Tex Standard 100 Class 1 certification (for direct contact with the skin of newborns).
Yarnami cuff socks
Newborn’s feet – the favourite subject of photographers, artists, grandmas, aunts and, last but not least, parents. Soft, fragrant, simply heavenly. Yarnami clothes are items that do not cover those tiny wonders. Rompers, leggings – all designed so that the feet are always free and unrestrained. However, there comes a time when you want the baby’s feet to get warmer. So, you put on socks… just to see them slide off right away. You put them back on, cover with a blanket… but they just won’t stop falling off. Sounds familiar?
Babies kick around 24/7. We know that, so we designed cuff socks that just won’t slide off! You can put them on and pull them over leggings, a romper or a bare calf, and then simply enjoy the way they stay put. You know what else you can do with them? If your baby grows out of them, you can use them as hand warmers.
• one size fits all from birth to approximately 6 months
• tall, pressure-free cuff that holds the sock in place and won’t let it slide
• the socks can also act as gloves for toddlers
Socks that grow with your baby
Have you ever had a cute tiny outfit that you never managed to wear out or even use before it became too small? Or maybe your little one is always in between sizes and clothes are permanently either too big or too ‘just right’?
Babies grow fast, especially in their first year. The number of clothes we tend to buy during that time can be monumental and exorbitantly expensive. That’s why we have created a collection that will enable you to use the basics longer: bodysuits, leggings, rompers, t-shirts, and underwear.
The cuff socks were designed to be paired with our two other products: a romper and leggings. We know a lot of you prefer it when the baby’s legs are fully covered, including the feet. They are socks that will also be a blessing – after all, they don’t slide… even if the baby kicks away and wriggles. Just like our scratch mitts – they have a long cuff that enables you to pull them up high. They can act as knee socks, or with the cuff folded – as regular socks. The socks don't have a specific size – they are heel-less. You can use them from birth up to approximately 1 year. In the meantime, they can also serve as gloves.
They are pressure-free.
I see your true colours – in the colours of nature
The colours that we picked for yarnami are the colours of the earth. They look great on both boys and girls. We have also made sure they have the same temperature, compliment and match one another, with endless mix-and-match possibilities. If you go for a very neutral outfit, choose a single colour, e.g. delicate sand or the ever-fashionable and awesome mustard. If you are an enthusiast of more vivid colours, opt for brick red and let it inspire you.
How yarnami clothes are made
Do you know what we are proud of? Of knowing every single dressmaker who sews these gems. Before the ultimate bodysuit emerged, Ms Renata made seven versions of the same product for us, each time improving on the previous one (she gave six of them to her granddaughter – after all, they weren’t all that bad and we don’t like wasting good products).
We sew in Bielsko-Biała, Poland. We purchase most of the fabrics in Łódź, Poland. The snaps, zips, and threads are provided by Polish suppliers. All of them have GOTS, WoolMark or OekoTeX Stardard 100 class 1 certificates.
We don’t use any plastic or bags in the production process, we don’t even use adhesive tape, and we give the leftovers to a company that we know, which uses it as stuffing for the punch bags it manufactures.
Can we do it? Yes we can!
No longer needed? Hand it over!
The quality of our knit fabrics makes them difficult to wear out. So once your baby is already too big to wear a bodysuit, you can hand it over. If you no longer need some garments, you can send them back to us. We will clean them up and donate to mums in need.