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Having a big clean out sale! I recently made some shifts in my doll making, and have a bunch of wonderful things that I no longer carry for GREAT prices. Only two of these little guys left!

These 11” baby boys (anatomically correct) are made from hemp linen, and dyed with a low impact dye, then washed on hot with Eco-friendly detergent. Hemp grows extremely fast in any kind of climate. It does not exhaust the soil, uses little water, and requires no pesticides or herbicides. The body is stuffed with a cotton/polyester blend.They are machine washable (instructions included).

The diaper cover is a soft cotton flannel with Velcro closures, inside the cover is a cloth cotton diaper. The hat is made from up-cycled cotton knit.

NO wires were used in the making of this little guy. Made in a smoke free home.

It is important to teach our children about feelings. Contrary to the image portrayed by typical, ready-made dolls, we are not always happy. The absence of permanently fixed faces encourages a child to get in touch with how he or she feels. By describing how a child’s doll feels, a child can freely explore emotions and discover ways of reading body language.

These little guys are no longer going to be available in my shop. They have become a bit difficult on my hands, with all the tiny sewing involved in making them.

SALE 11" Eco-friendly anatomically correct hemp soft cloth boy baby doll


  • Handmade item
  • Skin tone: Dark brown
  • Diaper cover: White
  • Materials: hemp linen, cotton flannel, cotton muslin, velcro, up cycled cotton knit, cotton blend stuffing
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 562 reviews
  • Favorited by: 85 people