Swimming strongly against the tide of fast fashion, Wainui maker Rachel Hindley of OneMe makes one of a kind, eco-friendly children’s clothing and soft toys from beautiful, high quality vintage and rescued fabrics and notions. She says she loves to make things that make you smile, and evoke a bit of nostalgia – and her sweet products certainly achieve that aim!
For Cate Mitchell, the creator behind Wanganui sustainable children’s clothing label Wilding Co., her business started with a desire to dress one special little person in clothes that were not only environmentally and ethically sustainable, but also let his personality shine through while he explored his world. Now she’s making her beautiful range of vintage-inspired Wilding organic clothing for newborns to age five.
There’s nothing quite like well crafted gifts for the little people in your life: they have heart and soul that mass produced toys just can’t compete with. We’ve picked out a beautiful range of locally made, cute and colourful creations for kids – so check out our Gifts for Children page now!
Maki Lourie of Sew Mama is passionate about making beautiful products from beautiful fabrics, and making people smile! Her work, creating carefully-finished reusable textile products for children, is fuelled by the desire to bring her customers a bit of happiness, as well as reducing single-use plastic waste…
Love to knit? lisaFdesign has a lovely range of patterns for babies and children, available in PDF or print form
How cute is this?! Turn your wee bee into his or her favourite animal. These adorable bunny bonnets from Wee Bee will add a touch of wonder and whimsy to your child’s wardrobe
Are you helping Hana Koko out with his deliveries this year? We have some sweet stockings and Santa sacks, plus plenty of quality Aotearoa-made goodies to go in them
There’s nothing quite like well crafted gifts for the tamariki in your life – they have heart and soul that mass produced toys just can’t compete with. We picked out these cute and colourful creations for children, all made here in Aotearoa. Tapatapahi ana!