This plump orange stuffed giraffe is quite pleased with its playful yellow and green spots. Its dangly arms and legs, pointy ears, and light green ossicones make it easy for tiny hands to hold on to and play. Lovingly handmade with soft cotton yarn, it is the perfect heirloom toy for your little one to cuddle.
The large giraffe toy details and specifications
An excellent gift that will be treasured for years
Colors, textures and shape spark tactile, auditory, and visual stimulation. Great for role play, storytelling, and imaginative play.
For best results, place your toy in a mesh bag and launder with cool water and non-toxic detergent. Fluff in the dryer for a few minutes and then air dry.
High quality materials and safety
Safe for all ages, this toy is non-toxic and has been safety tested by a third party testing company to ensure there are no choking hazards or toxic dangers.
An excellent gift
A quality gift that will be treasured for years. Perfect for baby shower gifts, kids’ birthday parties, or to decorate your nursery.
Puts smiles on faces worldwide
Our gorgeous giraffe is just waiting for someone to make friends with him! Hand-knitted in 100% cotton yarn with a 100% polyester fill, he is bright, bold and machine-washable. Perfect for cuddles, and with a cheerful smiley face, he will soon become your child’s new best friend. And with slight color variations, each of these giraffe toys is truly a one-of-a-kind piece!
Once upon a time, a young woman from the UK fell in love with a young man from Bangladesh. Eventually they moved to Bangladesh and had a baby. As the new mother cuddled her tiny boy, she couldn’t help but notice all of the young women streaming into the garment factories every morning. She was deeply saddened when she discovered that many of these woman had babies back home in their villages, left for months at a time with grandparents while the mom worked in the city. Lack of rural employment for women was separating families and putting the mothers in harmful situations and the babies without their mothers. So this new mom did what she could. She gathered a few women around her and taught them how to knit and crochet little dollies that could be sold in the Western markets. Samantha Morshed dreamed that this would grow and become an alternative source of income for women throughout Bangladesh. 15 years later, her dream is becoming a reality. More than 13,000 women are now employed making Pebble toys in their home village. They walk to work, taking their babies with them. There they sit together, yarn spilling onto their laps as they knit community and love together in each heirloom Pebble toy. Pebble was born out of a love for babies and their mothers.