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Bandook Crib Bumper

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An indigenous evil eye motif from the Baluchi tribe is stitched all over by hand on cotton voile fabric. A universal symbol of protection originating in the East during antiquity, the evil eye is meant to protect you from a “look” or “stare” of envy that is believed to bring bad luck for the person at whom it is directed. Hand-embroidered with love and care by our artisan partners, the Bandook crib bumper will keep your baby safe in all sorts of ways (body and spirit). Can be attached to crib with hand-dyed cotton ribbons.


Machine wash with cold water on gentle cycle.


30 x 180 cm


100% cotton fabrics embroidered with viscose yarn; polyester batting.

Laneh Baluchistan women embroiderers laughing in front of a mountain

Giving work

This hand-crafted item is made with love by women artisans from some of the poorest parts of the world who rely on needle-work as their main source of income. By providing fair wages and dignified work, Laneh’s vision is to help lift these women out of poverty.