Hand-crocheted pram chain with organic cotton figures from Sebras Nightfall theme a story about everything that takes place when the day draws to a close. Because this product has been hand-crocheted, each product is unique and variations in the appearance of each product may occur. The designs are made of organic cotton and filled with recycled polyester. This pram chain is a great piece of pram decoration to delight small children. From the pram chain hang two small animals Twinkle the hedgehog and Star the squirrel, two toadstools and various small coloured balls all crocheted. Attach the chain to the hood of the pram, pushchair or car seat using the two plastic C-rings (which are of course free from BPA, phthalates, PFOA and PFOS) in order to stimulate your childs senses. The pram chain works in the same way as a mobile and will make a walk or snuggle time in the pram or car seat enjoyable. Match the pram chain with some of the other products from the Nightfall collection. The safety information for this product can be found in the logo at the centre of the pram chain. WARNING! In order to avoid possible injury, the toy should be removed when your child begins trying to get up on all fours into a crawling position, as he/she may become entangled in the toy. Recommended age 0+. Labelling: CE. Washing instructions: machine washable on a gentle cycle at 30 degrees. Warning. Keep away from fire. About the Nightfall theme Darkness falls and calm descends in the small homes. Outside, the moon lights up the night sky and thousands of twinkling stars appear, creating a magical ceiling. The Nightfall theme is about everything that takes place when the day draws to a close. Together with cute nocturnal animals, Sebra takes the child all the way into the forest in the middle of the night. The animals of the night move around in the dark landscape, creating fascinating shadows. The shadows sometimes look like entirely new creatures, and the imagination can really be put to the test when moonlight is reflected in shining eyes or when it casts shadows on ancient tree trunks.