kids size guide


please bare in mind that these measurements are approximate and can vary plus or minus 2cm depending on style 

we use all natural materials and they are never exactly the same, but always as good

size 0
(3 months/1 year old)

length: 28cm (11 inch)
width: 30cm (11.8 inch)


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 unless specified

*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







cardigan no19 oak


Pure wool cardigan with organic bone buttons. A very comfortable and versatile style in a chunky texture with a very easy low neck line.

A beautifully natural dark taupe yarn. This uniquely treated wool is very special. Coming from our local sheep, this undyed yarn was spun right here in Spain by our artisan partners. A resilient, classic, pure yarn that softens and adapts to your kid over time. Perfect for timeless knitwear.

We care about animals and we can assure you that all local sheep providing this wool have been treated with care.

Made in Spain

Materials: 100% eco wool from Spain.

Matilda is 8 and wears size 8. Elias is 5 and wears size 6

Size Guide & Washing Instructions



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Additional information


size 0, size 2, size 4, size 6, size 8