Friday, February 27, 2009

Bamboo Fibre Baby Blanket

Hi everyone!
C here with Little One, who wants to say that
"Even the tiniest of people can be green" :)

Little One has received lots of amazing presents from our friends and family, but the latest gift that has got me excited is the Perlimpinpin bamboo fibre blanket she received.

The blanket is made of ecological bamboo and it is the softest material I have ever laid my hands on.

Bamboo fibres are excellent for babies (okay, and adults too!) because:

Protects against ultraviolet radiation

Hypoallergenic, even after being washed several times

Naturally antibacterial

Extra-soft and satiny fabric

Easy to clean

Absorbs and evaporates sweat in a split second

Assures baby's comfort, no matter the temperature

What I love even more is that the bamboo fibre is grown without pesticides or fertilizers and is 100% biodegradable.

Check out the Perlimpinpin site for great green gift ideas for the little ones in your life. Make sure to enter their contests for some very cool prizes too!

5 comments:

Cherry said...

I LOVE bamboo fabrics and fibers. So silky and really durable.
Lucky Little One!

I've been toying with the idea of knitting some bamboo socks....darn carpal tunnel is keeping me from the needles.

C said...

Cherry:
Ooooooooh! That sounds like a neat idea! Knitting's a killer with the carpal tunnel though! Ouch! :(

Is there anything you can't do, girlfriend??? You bake, cook, knit...

I have knitting envy.

Word ver: clarity
Wow! An actual word!

C. K. said...

Oh I LOVE bamboo fibres, they're gorgeous and so HARDY. Good call, new mommy. :)

C said...

CK:
Thanks! I immediately thought of you when Little One received the bamboo fiber blankie!

cardboard balers said...

The natural qualities of the materials used in baby blankets means they can breathe, so effective air flow is produced. This acts as a natural warming/cooling system.