kids size guide


please bare in mind that they are oversized styles and they should last 2 years for the same child before they are ready to be passed on


size 2
(1/2 year old)

length: 35cm (13.8 inch)
width: 32cm (12.6 inch)


size 4
(3/4 year old)

length: 40cm (15.7 inch)
width: 35cm (13.8 inch)


size 6
(5/6 year old)

length: 45cm (17.7 inch)
width: 40cm (15.7 inch)


size 8
(7/8 year old)

length: 49cm (19.3 inch)
width: 42cm (16.5 inch)


   how we measure

length: from top shoulder to bottom hem
width: from side to side at waist level

*all measurements are taken flat


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   washing instructions


   babaà recommends you to wash your knits by hand with neutral soap (add a little hair conditioner if you wish to soften them)

   if you want to use the washing machine we advise you to only use cold water at 0°C ( never 30° )

   in a wool or delicate programme, always dry flat and store carefully

   if you look after your babaà knits you will have them forever



jumper no1 ice


Soft cotton jumper with a simple and unique textile design.

A real favourite for women since our first season, we're so pleased to offer Jumper No.1 also for kids.

From Andalusia, this cotton is the purest. Super soft and with a movement that echoes that of the wild winds of the area it came from, this vital yarn feels made to be worn by children. Easy to wear, with a round neckline and wrist length sleeves, Jumper No.1 has been knit with two different yarns for a subtle colour effect and unique texture; the undyed cotton providing a perfect base to be worn next to delicate skin.

Made in Spain

Materials: 100% Spanish cotton.

Matilda is 7 years old and here she wears size 8

Size Guide & Washing Instructions

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Additional information


size 1, size 2, size 4, size 6, size 8


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