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Merino Snuggle Wrap Swaddle


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Your baby will feel safe and snug when cocooned in this innovative Snuggle Wrap/Swaddle.  The unique design allows this swaddle to be used in a crib, stroller, car seat, and as a breastfeeding cover when out and about.

Ideal for birth to 6 months, it is made from 100% Merino wool which is naturally stretchy allowing easy movement for the healthy development of babies hips. Merino is odour resistant, breatheable, soft and gentle on delicate skin, temperature regulating, machine washable….. and so much more!


  • 3 Easy Steps to keep baby snug
  • 100% Merino stretch rib
  • From the Honey Bee collection
  • Unisex swaddle – lovely gift for newborn
  • Suitable for all year round use
  • Soft and gentle against delicate young skin
  • Natural, renewable, sustainable
  • Made in New Zealand

CARE :  Follow label wash instructions:-

  • Machine Wash – Liquid wool detergent, wool cycle, cool water, dry naturally in shaded area
  • Recommend:  Do not use bleaching agents, use cake soap for removing stains

-Why MERINO Is The Heathy Choice For Babies:

Even with all of the incredible man-made discoveries and advancements, when it comes to your baby, it’s still best to start with nature. Merino wool truly is nature’s miracle – its warm, soft breathable fibres will keep your baby comfortable and safe.

Insulation is the key to merino. All those little pockets of air create a perfect atmosphere around your baby’s body, keeping warmth in on cold days, and even cooling them down on a hot day. It takes a while for an infant to develop effective body temperature regulation – merino clothing and sleepwear provide the insulation they need while they are tiny.

Warm and breathable, merino wool fibres trap warm, dry air, and release moisture. This magical combination of properties has been scientifically proven to help your baby stay peacefully asleep throughout the night. They’ll stay warm as it gets cooler, and won’t overheat.

Wash it, put it on your active baby and see it stretch and grow. Merino fibre has a ‘memory’ that makes it spring back into shape after each wash.

Merino wool has the almost-magical ability to both absorb moisture (30% of its weight) and also dry quickly so your baby stays dry and warm. It naturally has hypoallergenic properties making it perfect for most babies with eczema, allergies or sensitive skin – no itchiness or skin rashes!

Not all merino is created equal – New Zealand merino fibres are whiter, stronger and longer than anywhere else in the world.

The natural structure of merino fibre makes it resist smells, dirt and stains. You can wash and dry it many times, and even refresh your baby’s outfit just by giving it an outdoor airing. It’s fast-drying and dust resistant too.

Merino is the safest fabric for your baby. While other fabrics burn, Merino doesn’t burn or melt when exposed to flame – it chars a bit and then goes out. Merino also has natural UV protection from the sun’s rays.

Merino fibre comes from a sustainable, renewable source – merino sheep. Every year they eat grass and grow their wool so you can have the fibre that is not only great for your baby, but for the environment too.


Machine wash:

– Wool/delicate cycle
– Do not soak or wash garments in products that contain whiteners
– Use Wondersoap (cake soap) for the removal of stains prior to washing
the garment.
– Dry flat in shade as direct sunlight will cause discolouration.
– Do not bleach, rub, soak or tumble dry.
– Cool steam iron

Hand Washing:

– Gently hand wash in cold water
– Rinse well cool water
– Gently wring
– Dry flat in shade as direct sunlight will cause discolouration.
– Do not bleach, rub, soak or tumble dry.
– Cool steam iron
– Dry cleanable.

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