Solmate Socks™ mix and match designs

For over 15 years Solmate Socks has been designing and knitting stunning mismatched socks, hats, scarves, mittens, and fingerless mittens. Marianne Wakerlin, a lifelong textile artist with a keen instinct for business, started Solmate Socks in the year 2000 on the simple idea that “Life’s too short for matching socks.” The company grew from a room in her home to dozens of employees in three different offices in the US and the UK. In 2015 Marianne’s son Randy and daughter-in-law Lisa took over the reins. They own the North Carolina knitting mill where the socks are made. The socks are …

Attipas launches ergonomic shoe-socks for toddler first steps

Attipas recently launched its ergonomic shoe-socks in the USA Designed to encourage toddlers to take their first steps, the shoes are lightweight, flexible, breathable, and come in cute kid-friendly designs. Machine washable, they are designed to help children learn to walk and mimic barefoot walking. Made with a non-slip gripped sole, the shoes include pastels, rainbows, animals, and robots, with a variety of colors available. As light as a sock, but more supportive than a pre-walker, Attipas toddler shoes have been specifically designed to help infants learn to walk based on seven years of research. Podiatrists recommend Attipas toddler shoes …

Beba Bean Designs introduces handmade wool Sweater Moccs

Beba Bean Designs recently introduced a collection of handmade wool Sweater Moccs in four sizes ranging from 0-6 months to 18-24 months. Designed with a looped-stitch leather sole, they feature a cozy plush lining and are available in pink, navy, ivory, and gray. The company also offers bamboo layette, knitwear, blankets, shoes, toys, and over 24 styles of pee-pee teepees, which was the company’s first product. For more information call 800/ 276-9221 or visit www.bebabean.com.

Simply Chickie Focuses on 100% Organic Cotton

Simply Chickie is a line of whimsical baby and toddler clothing made of 100 percent GOTS certified organic cotton designed to keep harmful chemicals from coming into contact with human skin and to help prevent chemical pollution in the world. Founded by Gwendolyn Gardner some 10 years ago, the brand is an expression of her concerns for children and the environment after being diagnosed with breast cancer when she was pregnant. Gardner’s designs are inspired by funny interactions with her daughter and her friends and are printed on baby rompers, toddler t’s, and hats using eco-friendly, water-based dyes. Baby rompers …