Pebble is a toys which is made by the craftwomen in Bangaladesh and you buy it not just to pamper your little one but for good course as well. And this toys was founded back in 2004 by y Briton Samantha Morshed, who moved from the United Kingdom with her British Bangladesh husband. Samantha realised that she had a moral obligation to put whatever skills she had to use, to help in any way. The women of Bangladesh make beautiful things as part of their culture and heritage, so it was not a great leap to teach them knitting and crochet skills – creating a sustainable and flexible employment option for disadvantaged rural women.
Pebble products are made by Hathay Bunano, a non-profit fairtrade organisation in Bangladesh. Hathay Bunano means ´hand made´ or ´hand knitted´ in Bangla.
After knowing the stories, Pebble is meant not just for kids but for everyone. What I love the most about Pebble is washable. It is made from 100% cotton with 100% polyester fill where they are safe for babies too. And being a working mum, you do not need to wash by hand, just put them into the washing machine and wash them at 40 degrees and it can be tumble.
Overall, Grace fall in love with this new toys and she is way to cuddle them to sleep and a friend to accompany her when watching movies and even in car.