Miniature Milk: Baby Clothes Made Out Of Milk Fibre

Have you ever heard of Milk Fibre? I hadn’t either until we were recently introduced to Minature Milk, an adorable line of eco-friendly children’s clothing made using a combination of both Organically Grown Cotton and the soft and naturally anti-microbial Milk Fibre.

First – the clothes. Minature Milk has created a line of baby clothing  ranging from ages 0 – 12 months which includes bibs, hats, onesies, sleepers and more. The designs vary, and though many are very simplistic, my favorites are the items with cow-like patches spread about. So sweet!

Each piece includes their signature logo, a cow’s face, and comes in two choices of colour, purple or blue. I can’t describe how incredibly comfy these look for baby.

Minature Milk products have also been approved by a leading Pediatric Dermatologist, ensuring that they will be kind to babys skin. Even the ratio of fabric is revealed, 20% milk fibre, 80% organic cotton!

You can learn more about Minature Milk and view their affordable and adorable line on their website.

Heidi Oran

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  1. kind of milk

    April 10, 2012 at 3:27 pm

    Wow! There are so many uses for milk… I can’t believe they are even making clothes out of it now! I read that it is the caseine extracted from the protein that makes Milk Fibre work. Pretty revolutionary!

  2. Robyn Gibbes

    May 3, 2012 at 12:12 am

    What an incredible and innovative development! I am a designer of soft furnishings for babies and I pride myself in using a combination sustainable Cashllama and organic Silk for blankets and wraps.
    But this is a whole new fibre to get excited about!
    Thank you so much for making me aware of this unique new take on design and care in the industry. I will be linking your story in my blog this week. Keep posting!

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