These are the most adorable dollies. Blabla dolls are hand knitted from the finest cotton and slightly under stuffed for that cuddly feel. Try them!
Blabla was nice enough to send me the newest addition to the household last week - Otto.
Organic Cotton Stuffed Animal
Meet Rikki! This super cute fluffy animal makes every child's bedroom complete.
They are hand made with great care from Fair Trade Peruvian Artisans using the highest quality organic cotton.
Some people say that sharks are scary, but they haven’t met lovely Toothy Shark! Looking cool in ocean blue, even his fins are super-soft.
Irresistibly soft and cuddly toys, Blabla's vintage-inspired knit dolls quickly become beloved childhood companions. Ulysse the large blue horse is a handy helper on the farm in his chartreuse overalls, tiny work hat and large gray boots. Hand knit by Peruvian artisans, this stuffed animal delights toddlers with his slightly quirky style.
Irresistibly soft and cuddly toys, Blabla's vintage-inspired knit dolls quickly become beloved childhood companions. Ulysse the mini blue horse is a handy helper on the farm in his chartreuse overalls, tiny work hat and large gray boots. Hand knit by Peruvian artisans, this stuffed animal delights babies with his slightly quirky style.
These dolls are one of a kind made by a women's collective in Peru. Extremely soft and squeezable, they are washable and perfect for little ones of all ages!
The Blabla is designed by French born artist Florence Wetterwald. All pieces are hand knitted by Peruvian artisans and made of quality, natural fibers grown in Peru. Each piece is cuddly soft and irresistible. The doll is perfectly sized for babies and toddlers. Spot clean surface with damp cloth. Surface is cotton with poly/cotton interior stuffing.
BlaBla kids created gorgeous and original objects designed by Franco-Americain Florence Wetterwald. All hand knits are made by a group of Peruvian artisans under Fair Trade conditions. All products from BlaBla Kids are made with super soft and natural threads that are cultivated in Peru.