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Kid's Monster Hat

The winter accessory that will make your kids say grrrrrrr in a good way! This Kid's Monster Hat is made from yarn remnants, keeping waste out of landfills and making adorable winter wear instead! In this ethical kids' beanie, colors will vary, but you'll always get a fierce little monster with knit eyes, wild yarn hair between two fleece ears, and a cozy fleece lining on the inside to keep little ears warm. Size best fits children ages 1-5.

HANDCRAFTED IN NEPAL

  • Materials: assorted scrap yarn to reduce production waste, fleece lining and fleece ears. 100% wool, 100% polyester fleece lining.
  • Handwash cold water. Lay flat to dry.
  • 9"L (crown to bottom of ear flaps), 9" braided ties
  • Handcrafted in Nepal

SKU: 5918260

THE MAKERS

Kumbeshwar Technical School was established to assist socially and economically disadvantaged children in the Kathmandu Valley. KTS seeks to provide trainees with marketable skills that can ultimately lead to successful self-employment. Graduates of the training program have the opportunity to move into employment at KTS, or to establish their own workshop. Besides the technical school, KTS operates an orphanage, a nursery, a primary school and a workplace day-care. Other benefits include literacy classes, women’s health education, health and accident insurance, and access to loans. KTS was established in 1983, providing an alternative vision to poverty and caste discrimination. Initially the institution focused on the "pode" or street sweeper and rickshaw driver community, in which children lacked access to education.
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