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This week I have the pleasure of introducing a wonderful home based British Brand, Winnie Woo. Winnie Woo was set up and ran by the lovely Nina, she is a mum to three beautiful children, most recently little Winnie. Nina spent hours trawling the internet in search of beautiful dribble bibs for her little lady, and came across some handmade ones from the US. After realising how much it would cost to purchase and ship the bibs she decided to get her creative juices flowing, and so Winnie Woo was born.

Nina took her Mum’s sewing machine hostage and decided to have a play around. She sourced some seriously beautiful fabrics and the softest fleece backing. Nina started designing and making what are now known as Winnie Woo Bibs. She has increased her sewing skills and now offers gorgeous matching top knots, teething rings and dummy clips and even some rather wonderful bunting too.

I was very excited when two of Nina’s wonderful bibs came through our letterbox. Having a six month old baby girl who dribbles continuously, drenching every item of clothing she wears, these were definitely a welcomed addition to her wardrobe. Dribble bibs weren’t anything we had previously thought of with Willow as she really wasn’t much of a dribbler so I didn’t really have any to pass down to baby Allana. The bibs arrived beautifully wrapped in silver tissue paper with a delightfully designed business card and handwritten thank you note (we all know I love it when Brands deliver a personal touch).

The bib shape is designed in such a way that it fits comfortably and closely underneath our little ones chin, ensuring it catches every dribble. Whilst the combination of the patterned fabric and the ridiculously soft fleece backing make for one super absorbent bib, each time Allana has worn one of her bibs, even during a feed, her top underneath has remained bone dry. They also have two popper fastenings meaning the bib can be worn at two different sizes, I would think they would fit a newborn as well as they fit my rather chubby six month old. Both bibs have now been washed twice and have kept their shape and colour perfectly, the white one even had an orange stain from dinner which washed completely out.

I am so impressed at the quality of Nina’s bibs, I am amazed that she is able to achieve such brilliant results by hand from her own home and in complete awe of such a wonderful talent.

Go check out all the wonderful and gorgeous designs and fabrics at winniewoo.co.uk, you can also find Nina and her lovely British Brand on Instagram.

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The bibs were gifted to us for the purpose of this post, all opinions are my own.

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5 Comments

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    Thelma Booth

    2nd June 2016

    They look so much better than, the all style bibs x

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    Emma-Louise Porter

    13th June 2016

    Oh I’d like to give these a try my boy has started teething so we are in dribble central! Love the designs! #bigpinklink xx

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      Hannah G, The 'Ordinary' Mum

      14th June 2016

      Fab designs aren’t they, are littlest is the dribbler of all dribblers and these have literally saved my life (and her clothes!). You should definitely check her out 🙂 xx

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    This Mum's Life

    15th June 2016

    These are seriously fabulous bibs!! They look such good quality, and the fabrics really are gorgeous! My eldest was never a dribbler, and neither was my youngest… Until very recently!!! He’s 2, and suddenly soaks every top he wears!! It’s so strange!! Maybe I should get some for him and see if he will wear them!! I’m sure this lovely brand will do well. x
    #bigpinklink

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      Hannah G, The 'Ordinary' Mum

      15th June 2016

      They’re brilliant lovely, I honestly can’t sing her praises high enough. Mine have been washed umpteen times, pulled at, dribbled on, chewed and food splattered but still look perfect!! Definitely worth a try if youngest has now become a dribbler 🙂 x

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