Galaxy Tie Dye Wool Hoodie, with pocket
Galaxy Tie Dye Wool Hoodie, with pocket
Galaxy Tie Dye Wool Hoodie, with pocket
Galaxy Tie Dye Wool Hoodie, with pocket
Galaxy Tie Dye Wool Hoodie, with pocket
Galaxy Tie Dye Wool Hoodie, with pocket
Galaxy Tie Dye Wool Hoodie, with pocket
Galaxy Tie Dye Wool Hoodie, with pocket
Galaxy Tie Dye Wool Hoodie, with pocket
Galaxy Tie Dye Wool Hoodie, with pocket
Rainbow Waters

Galaxy Tie Dye Wool Hoodie, with pocket

Regular price $ 95.00

Galaxy has all shades of the rainbow and is then overdyed with a gorgeous midnight blue which yielded pops of gorgeous color on this sweatshirt.

Wool is breathable yet a perfect insulator, which can help you maintain your internal body temperature even in the coldest of climates.  For our wool products, we use a gorgeous Oeko Tex certified merino wool blend with a little bit of added lycra/spandex to help the wool keep shape over time. This sustainable fiber is durable enough to withstand hard wear & tear while still be super soft against the skin. It can last decades and through multiple children with proper care. So comfortable & sensory friendly, with stretch in all four directions for crawling, hiking and general frolicking. Perfect for crawlers as well. 

Content: 97% Organic Merino Wool, 3% Spandex, Wool Rib Blend
Our Wool Rib blend is a little thinner than our interlock, but it is still a medium weight wool. It is super stretchy making it perfect weight for a hoodie. 
Pattern: Wool Hoodie, with pocket
Wool Colors: Galaxy. With all shades of the rainbow and midnight blue like the night sky.  

This garment is made to order especially for you. Please allow us 2-3 weeks to create & ship your custom pieces. 

Measuring for your woolies: 
Using a soft measuring tape, take the following measurements to get the best fit. All measurements are to be taken with undergarments on, including diapers. 

Waist: wrap the measuring tape around your child's waist right beneath their belly button being careful to take the measurement trimly while not squeezing tightly. 

Hips: wrap the measuring tape around the widest part of your child's hips. 

Rise: This is the trickiest measurement to take. Place the measuring tape directly beneath the belly button aiming vertically, towards the crotch, Go through the crotch and come up the middle of the back stopping at the waist. This will make a sling shape through the crotch. 

Inseam: Place the measuring tape at the top of the inner thigh at crotch level. Do not go above the crotch crease. Carry the tape down the length of the inner leg stopping right below the ankle. 

Measuring for your hoodie: 
Using a soft measuring tape, take the following measurements to get the best fit. Measurements in size chart are of finished garment.  

Chest: wrap your measuring tape around your child's chest under their arms, trimly without squeezing. 

Length: Place your measuring tape at the tip of the shoulder and follow it down vertically stopping at the waist.

Sleeve Length: Ask your child to put their arms out like an airplane. Place the measuring tape under their arm near the base of the armpit. Measure down the underarm stopping at the lower part of the wrist bone. 

Size

Chest

Length

Sleeve length

Newborn

19

10.5

7.5

3m

20

11.5

8

6m

22

13

9

12M

23

13.5

9.75

18M

24

14.5

10.5

2t

25

15

11.25

3t

26

16

12

4

27

17

12.75

5

28

18.5

13.5

6

29

20

14.25

7

30

21.5

15

8

31

23

15.75

10

32

25

16.5

12

33

27

17.25


Proper Care: 

Wool is naturally antimicrobial meaning it is somewhat self cleaning, so it is not necessary to wash your wool after every wear unless the wool gets soiled or stained. You may wash every 1-2 months otherwise.

When it does come time to wash your wool, it can be machine washed on a gentle cold/cold cycle. You may use the no heat air fluff on your dryer. But for longevity of wear, we prefer laying the garment flat on a dry towel or hanging to dry. If you choose to use a detergent or wool wash when washing your wool garments, please use one with natural ingredients only. Unscented is best, as the ph of some scents can cause the dye to bleed. 

If you prefer to hand wash, we recommend using one of our wool & body bar soaps, infused with lanolin. Lanolin re-conditions your wool back to it's original state which keeps your wool working it's best. Please don't scrub the wool against itself to remove stains as this can cause felting or pilling in the garment. Rather use a soft washcloth or your fingers to scrub the wool lightly. Leave the wool for no longer than 15 minutes in the sink basin and use a towel to roll as much excess moisture as possible. Lay flat on a dry towel or line dry. 


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