These soft and cute stuffed animals from Senger are made from 100% organic handpicked cotton, they are filled with pure lamb’s wool, and all features are embroidered so they are super-safe for children of all ages.
Fagus is the Latin word for beech, and these wooden vehicles are expertly made with complex moving parts – they have real axles, can be hand steered, and each piece is interlocked and held together with doweling. No nails or screws – just wood!
Cuddle + Kind really live up to their name – by providing fair trade employment, by giving meals to needy children, and by producing beautiful, handcrafted toys made from the best of natural materials.
Felt is a wonderful material for babies as it is soft, natural and toxin-free. These nursery mobiles are amazing quality, and each one is individually stitched by hand…
It’s wonderful for children to play with beautiful objects and wooden toys not only look good, they feel great to touch and have an organic, peaceful quality to them.
The quality of Steiff bears is world-renowned and their value just seems to increase with age as they last for generations due to meticulous detail and top quality materials.
If you are looking for a special, handcrafted doll – the quality of French-made Les Rosalies will meet all your expectations! We love products like these made from the best materials and with such gorgeous, unique characters.
Window blocks are a real open-ended material for kids to play with. By this we mean there are no rules to follow, no expectations, no specific problems to solve, and no pressure to produce a finished product.
When we first started Old Willow Lane, one of the posts I was keenest to write was going to be about Kay Bojesen Wooden Toys. This is that post! Of all the wooden toys out there, this remarkable Danish designer has surely made the most beautiful in the world!
It’s great to see the enthusiasm that construction equipment toys bring to kids – we’ve seen ours play for hours building (and knocking down!). Building is a challenge and children learn what works by doing things for themselves and letting their imagination run free.