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Self-spun wool, naturally dyed with local plants, vegetables or flowers. Carefully crafted by the Kenana Knitters.
Kenana Knitters was founded in 1998 to help poor rural women with a much needed income. The women earn this income in two ways: by selling the wool of their sheep and by knitting stuffed animals, bedspreads and other products. Kenana is now a worldwide success. An increasing group of women is thus assured of an income, because every finished cuddly toy is personally signed by the knitter and paid immediately!
Kenana attaches great importance to environmentally friendly and sustainable materials. The wool of the cuddly toys comes from the native sheep in three shades: brown, gray and cream. When a stuffed animal is painted, it is done with paint from plants and vegetables such as red cabbage and spinach. 100% natural! For the color of Rinus het Ros, carrot juice and the extract of chrysanthemum flowers are used.