Rosy Cheek Cosy goes from strength to strength
When Tess Lambert began Rosy Cheek Cosy, I imagine she only dreamed of the thriving, eco-friendly business it has now become. Her beautiful designs are made out of natural fabrics, they are sold via stockists throughout the country, or items can be ordered via the online boutique, with free UK delivery. Tess is also clearly keen on that personal touch, and is happy to discuss custom orders for customers with a specific design in mind.
Anyone who has experienced the feel of bamboo fabric will know how super-soft it is, it is exactly the sort of material that you would fe happy being next to the precious sensitive skin of your new-born baby. Bamboo fabric is the first choice of Rosy Cheek Cosy, it is incorporated into gorgeous designs that also have that important pratical element. I particularly like the Bamboo Muslin Swaddle Blanket, I used the swaddling technique with both of my children and found it highly effective. Babies find it extremely comforting when they are wrapped up tightly (as they were in the womb) and so swaddling helps them settle themselves to sleep. When you add the softness of this blanket, any baby will be so snug and cosy, how could they resist a nap?!
Recently added to the collection is a range of Birthday and Christening Cards. Some have keepsakes attached which help to remember these important occasions for your baby. The designs are hand stitched, the cards and envelopes are made out of either natural or recycled materials.
Rosy Cheek Cosy has recently joined seven other brands that all share the same natural British approach to parenting, and together they have formed The Natural Baby Collective. Visit their website to discover a bit more about these inspiring companies and how they can help you do your best for both your baby and the environment.
You can keep up to date with the latest news and designs from Rosy Cheek Cosy by following Tess on Facebook and Twitter, or via the blog.