Muslin Reversible Bandana Bib - Ivy
This ivy green bandana style reversible bib is made from super soft organic muslin and is perfect for protecting clothes from dribbles and spills during nursing or bottle feeding. Being reversible it is super handy for those excessive dribblers and stylish enough to wear all day!
Key features include:-
Double-thickness organic cotton muslin
Double-stitched piped edges
Poppered fastening at the neck
Responsibly produced in India from GOTS certified organic cotton muslin.
Machine wash at 30 degrees. Cool iron on reverse. The instruction label is stickered so easily removable.
Available in one size, 0-12 months (laid flat neck diameter 16cm, length 24cm).
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All garments are certified organic by the Soil Association in accordance with the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS), offering huge benefits for the environment, the farmers, (particularly small farmers in developing countries) and their families - and of course it is very gentle on a baby's sensitive skin.
The dyes used on all fabrics are not organic themselves, but meet the Oeko-tex 100 standard, which protects against harmful substances.
Pigeon is a family run business based in Oxford, UK. The designers who work on the textile prints, the photographers, designers and printers who work on the catalogue are also based in the UK. All of the electricity used in the office and warehouse comes from renewable sources.
Pigeon Organics currently source their certified organic cotton from a handful of organic cotton suppliers with whom they work very closely. Their manufacturers, who they know well and visit regularly, are all audited annually for good and fair working conditions as well as responsible environmental practices.
About the Brand
Pigeon Organics run their business from a small office and warehouse in Oxford, where they try to minimise their own environmental impact by using energy from renewable sources.
Any ‘seconds’ (eg. garments with small printing faults) and end of season stock is donated to charities working with vulnerable babies and children. They recently sent two pallets of spare stock to be used in refugee camps in Greece under the guidance of the charity Everyday Refugees.