Bib | Daisy
Daisy is a subtle floral beauty, made from a soft cotton fabric and dusky blue colours!
Our large bib, The Feeder, is the most functional bib for feeding time especially when it comes to messy finger foods and runny puree. Made from high quality 100% cotton and backed with our super soft/absorbent organic cotton + bamboo towelling, these bibs wash up really well after being covered in layers of mashed up foods. The Feeder offers two snap closures to ensure correct fit for any sized neck, a wide shape to cover shoulders, and a large scooped front to cover the majority of a baby’s front.
Front: 100% pure cotton
Back: a soft towelling 70% bamboo and 30% organic cotton
Why choose Organic Bamboo/Cotton?
Bamboo is part of the grass family and grows naturally in nature. It is the hollow jointed stem of the bamboo grass that is manufactured not only into fabric, but building materials, food and versatile raw products. Bamboo is one of the fastest growing plants in the world due to its rhizome-dependent system. Some species of bamboo can grow up to 91cm in a 24-hour period. When it is cultivated for textile production, it is cut off at the base and will continue to generate new stems from the original plant, just like when you mow your lawns.
Bamboo fabrics offer a huge array of amazing performance properties that make it the fibre of choice for babies all over the world. Not only does it have a soft, silk-like handle, it is also incredibly absorbent (some 40% more than cotton) meaning that the thin towelling offers the same absorbency as thicker cotton products on the market. We believe that bamboo fabrics are not only kind to your body, due to their softness and natural purity, but are also kind to the environment. All of our bamboo fabric is mixed with organic cotton fibres to increase durability and functionality.
- Warm machine wash
- Line dry only
- Warm/hot iron
- DO NOT napisan/bleach
- DO NOT dryclean
The print on this fabric is an original creation of BY VICTORIA LTD and is protected by copyright laws around the world.