Amaris and Chaya


Amaris doll, is wearing a Kente wide leg jumpsuit, which can be turned up or down. She also has red bows in her hair

Her hair is made of soft yarn, that can be restyled, braided. The doll comes with hair already in set hairstyle up until the bow, and is suitable for gentle play.

A perfect companion for any little child.

37cm (14.57inch)

50% soft yarn, 30% Kente fabric* and 20% pp cotton filler.

*Kente is a type of silk and cotton fabric made of interwoven cloth strips and is native to the Akan tribe in Ghana. ... It is also worn by many other groups who have been influenced by Akans. Kente comes from the word kenten, which means basket in Akan dialect Asante. Akans refer to kente as nwentoma, meaning woven cloth.

Children under 3 years old should be supervised during play, as the hair can shed a little.

Care & Love Instruction:
Your Doll is stuffed with with wool (Crochet and Fabric doll).

If your doll gets dirty, wash by spot cleaning with a soft cloth and a little wool friendly soap. Make sure to run up and down with the grain of the fabric, or crochet pattern. Rinse well.

You may also give your doll a quick soak in a sink filled with cool water and wool friendly soap. Squeeze out the excess by blotting in a towel, and leave out to dry.

Quick tip: Sunshine is a natural antibacterial, so a little sun time is good for your doll😊