MorMor.nu has reopened, offering children’s knitwear for AW16

Mormor is a Danish children's brand that specialise in gorgeous knitwear for babies and children up to 10 years. The collections are all hand made, knitted by real grannies, in the softest of yarns for warmth and comfort. A few years ago the brand was put on pause, with only a very limited stock forwarded to selected stockists. So it was with delight that we got an email saying the webshop will...

Children’s Wool Clothing – 10 Favourite Fashion Brands for Kids

Did you know this week is Wool Week? From 10th to 16th the Campaign for Wool will be hosting numerous of events to raise awareness of wool as a sustainable material for clothing. What better week to share our favourite 10 brand that does children's clothing in wool!? Wool is a lot more than many think; Wool is a textile fiber from sheep and cashmere from goats, mohair from goats, qiviut from...

Children’s finest knitwear for Autumn Winter 2014

I must admit it warms my heart to see well dressed children, well dressed as in appropriate for the season and occasion. And for Autumn there's nothing like beautiful knitted garments, such as this gorgeous knitted girls dress in a nostalgic timeless design, spotted on Charlott Pettersen's Blog. August is coming towards an end. It's time to wrap up warm! The one stop destinations for all things...

Mor Mor nu children’s retro knitwear, news for AW13 by Flora and Henri

The Danish knitting grannies in Mor Mor nu has delivered another beautiful collection of children's knitwear. Each piece is handmade and crafted with love, for your child. The style is slightly retro, full of nostalgia. The quality superb! Presented by the Children's Clothier, USA based Flora and Henri, for children age 6 months to 5 years. We love the warm photography combined with the pure,...

Wool Week 14th – 20th October 2013

The Campaign for Wool stages Wool Week, a week long festival of events and workshops celebrating wool. The Campaign for Wool was initiated by its patron, His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales, in order to raise awareness amongst consumers about the unique, natural and sustainable benefits offered by wool. The week long celebration, the Wool Week is commencing today, Monday 14th October. See...