Shop for your KahuBaby Carrier, Herdwick Tweed Collection

KahuBaby's collaboration with Cable and Blake, Fabric of the Lakes
Friars Crag Herdwick Tweed
Simple togetherness with the luxury of herdwick tweed
Dobgill Crag Herdwick Tweed
Swirl Crag Herdwick Tweed
Simple togetherness with KahuBaby's luxury Herdwick tweed baby carrier and organic cotton
Lower Moss Crag Herdwick Tweed

Herdwick Tweed - Fabric of the Lakes

Our Herdwick tweed baby carriers are a luxurious way to carry your baby comfortably and safely. We’ve partnered with Cable & Blake to bring you our range of four stunning baby carriers with a 100% wool, Herdwick tweed outer panel. The inner panel, straps and hood are made from 100% certified organic cotton for you and your baby’s comfort. We wanted a product that was truly Cumbrian and that epitomised the spirit of the Lake District. Herdwick sheep are hardy, native sheep that you’ll see on the Lake District fells. The outer fabric on our KahuBaby tweed carriers is made from Herdwick fleeces, and is woven locally.

The fit, size and features of KāhuBaby Herdwick tweed carriers is exactly the same  as those in our Classic Collection and those in our Jojo Coco Design Collection. The only difference is the Herdwick tweed fabric on the outer panel of the carrier.

Caring for your Herdwick tweed KāhuBaby

Herdwick tweed is naturally water repellant. To clean your KāhuBaby carrier, we recommend using absorbent paper to remove any liquid spilt. Allow mud or dirt to dry, then remove with a soft brush. Spot clean any food or other marks with lukewarm water.

If you need to wash the carrier, do all the buckles (clips) up, and handwash it in lukewarm water. Air dry inside or outside. Use a very gentle soap. DO NOT wash at high temperature or tumble dry. with a very gentle soap.

We also suggest using KāhuBaby teething pads to protect the straps of your carrier. Babies love to chew and to suck, and the straps of your baby carrier are a perfect target! Save yourself lots of washing and prolong the life of your KāhuBaby by popping a pair of teething pads around the straps.