Toddler Sleeping Bags

I am proud to announce the launch of my toddler sleeping bags over the last three months.

They are from 18 months to 3 years. It has a front zip with a chin and chest protector to avoid any scratching. The length from shoulder to end is 110cm, around the chest is 80cm and by the feet 120cm. So it is nice and roomy for them to turn, roll, sit, stand without becoming tight, tangled and restrictive. The slight A-line shape also allows their legs to move freely which is very important for hip development.

The Winter Bag is made of 100% printed cotton sheeting on the outside, 100gm quick dry padding, which is hand quilted to a 100% cotton knit lining. All this is done to add warmth, softness and comfort. It also then enables you to machine wash on cold and tumble dry on a low heat, which is super helpful for those cold winter temps. I would avoid ironing as this will only crush the soft, bouncy insulation. Available in a variety of soft bedtime colours for boys and girls. Please check out my Facebook page for swatch options.

I have recently started with The Winter Nights Bag which is made of 100% cotton fleece (tracksuit) outer. Its even warmer and softer than the original winter bag. They come in navy, maroon, charcoal and grey melange fleece. The padding is still the same 100gm that is quilted to the 100% cotton knit lining.

I design, source and purchase materials, cut and manufacture all sleeping bags myself. I choose to do this so I can produce a high quality product, that I would want my child to sleep in. So in order to do this, I have a turn around time of 1 -2 weeks during peak season (the start of winter or summer) and a 5 day turn around during the slower periods. It’s worth the wait and you won’t be disappointed.

I buy small batches of fabric from the fabric merchants to keep new prints and colours constantly coming in. So I’m constantly changing and updating fabric options. It makes your bags unique and not some mass produced product that I have just imported from the east.

Happy Easter to all of you.