Perfect for announcement photos, or a stylish winter accessory. Our topknot beanies are avaiable in a range of sizes, and are both practical and adorable, adding a special finishing touch to any outfit. Made from the softest stretch ponte fabric using eco-friendly dyes, personalised beanies are a baby essential!
Beanies should not be worn while sleeping. Babies cool themselves down by releasing heat from their heads and faces. Babies can quickly overheat if they fall asleep wearing hats or beanies. It is important to keep your baby's head uncovered during sleep. Headwear in bed can also be a choking of suffocation hazard. For more on safe sleep, please visit Red Nose.
Brushed knit - 100% Polyester.
Beanies are made to be slightly adjustable, move the knot position and fold/unfold the band depending on the baby's head size.
Newborn - 35-36cm
3-6 month - 40cm
6-12 month - 44cm
Toddler - 48cm
Printed using eco friendly, colourfast printing, beanies are cut and sewn using professional serging to allow for maximum stretch.
To care for your beanie simply machine wash on a cool setting.
Do not iron or bleach, tumble dry on low heat or line dry.
Refunds: No refunds are permitted once your order has been placed. Please ensure the name is entered exactly as you would like it printed, including capitalisation. Please note that colours may vary slightly from the on screen representation.
In this design, I chose a small symbol with many women gathered around. This represents mothers giving birth alongside their grandmothers and great grandmothers. In Aboriginal culture, birthing was seen as a sacred and spiritual moment shared amongst the women. The meeting places in this design represent young women learning from their mothers, grandmothers, aunties and older sisters, as they would gather food and create bush medicines for the rest of the community. "Little Sun", warm and feminine, features pink to express the loving, nurturing qualities of aboriginal women . The oranges and browns represent the earth that we stand on and the connection Aboriginal people maintain with their land.