Swaddle Blanket- Available in 4 Colors - Passion Lilie - Fair Trade - Sustainable Fashion
Swaddle Blanket- Available in 4 Colors - Passion Lilie - Fair Trade - Sustainable Fashion
Swaddle Blanket- Available in 4 Colors - Passion Lilie - Fair Trade - Sustainable Fashion
Swaddle Blanket- Available in 4 Colors - Passion Lilie - Fair Trade - Sustainable Fashion

Swaddle Blanket- Available in 4 Colors

Regular price $28.00 Sale price $16.00 Save $12.00
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Only 7 items in stock!

Only the best for your newborn baby. This organic and fair trade stretchy knit blanket is unbelievable soft and makes swaddling a breeze. Measures 28" X 28".

Available in 4 beautiful colors making the perfect gender neutral, baby girl or baby boy newborn gift.

Want to add a gift note? No problem. Just add your gift note at checkout. All orders come in a card box gift box.

When you purchase our organic cotton baby clothes, you do more than provide comfortable organic clothing for your little girl or boy. Your purchase helps provide a secure job with fair wages and a positive working environment to artisans in India.

  • 100% GOTS Certified organic cotton
  • Made by a Fair Trade certified factory
  • Made in India
  • Brand: Udduppu by GK
  • Color may vary depending on device screen
  • Machine wash cold with like colors

A note from Udduppu: Kids are eternal and kids are holy and we have lots to learn from kids. They teach us to be humble, they teach us to be innocent. In short they should be worshipped. Udduppu keeps up the spirit and honors the status being kid. We make organic, sustainable and eco friendly fabrics to justify the tender skin of the child.

We measure our sustainability footprint from the beginning of the production process to the end of a product's life. We're committed to creating products that have a positive impact on the people who create them and minimizing our impact on the planet.

We aim to be open and transparent about our practices and are screened members of the Fair Trade Federation. Please contact us if you have any questions about our practices.

Sustainable Materials

We are dedicated to sourcing thoughtfully: we use materials that will not harm people or the planet. Recognizing the negative impact of pesticides on biodiversity and the health of farming communities, we use durable natural fibers, organic cotton when we can, and nontoxic dyes.

Ethical Production

We believe in nurturing economic sustainability by collaborating with partners in India who pay fair and living wages, create a safe and healthy work environment, and invest in the overall wellbeing of the artisans. Sustainable change is about going beyond fair wages. That's why we provide our artisan partners with opportunities for community development and to further their skills.

Transportation

We recognize the importance of minimizing emissions that contribute to climate change. We work to minimize our transportation footprint by:

  • sourcing materials from areas local to where we produce
  • purchasing carbon offsets to compensate for Passion Lilie's shipping from India to the U.S. and to our customers by purchasing carbon offsets.
  • encouraging our customers to purchase carbon offsets at checkout to further reduce our carbon footprint

Product Use

We create high-quality, timeless products, and we educate our customers on how to care for their purchase to extend the life cycle of the product. We are against overconsumption and fast fashion. We understand that not everyone can afford sustainable fashion, which is why we try to offer the best price possible and run sales when we can—so our products are more accessible to customers of all economic backgrounds.

End of Life

All of our products are made from natural fibers and are biodegradable. We hope to soon offer a reseller program to create a closed-loop production process. Until then, to avoid your garments ending up in a landfill, we recommend reselling or donating your unwanted garments to a friend or a trusted organization. If you happen to tear or stain your Passion Lilie garments to the point that they are unwearable, we suggest cutting them into rags or, for the creative people, upcycle them into something new!