jumper no18

our knits look great as oversized styles! they could last 2 or 3 years for the same child before they are ready to be passed on.



size 2
(1/2 year old)

length: 30 cm / 11.8 inches
width at chest: 35 cm / 13.8 inches


arm total length: 28 cm / 11 inches 

arm total length measurement includes shoulder+sleeve length

shoulder length: 9 cm / 3.5 inches 

sleeve length: 19 cm / 7.5 inches 


size 4
(3/4 year old)

length: 35 cm / 13.8 inches
width at chest: 37 cm / 14.6 inches


arm total length: 31 cm / 12.2 inches 

arm total length measurement includes shoulder+sleeve length

shoulder length: 9 cm / 3.5 inches 

sleeve length: 22 cm / 8.7 inches 


size 6
(5/6 year old)

length: 40 cm / 15.7 inches
width at chest: 42 cm / 16.5 inches


arm total length: 38 cm /  15 inches 

arm total length measurement includes shoulder+sleeve length

shoulder length: 11 cm / 4.3 inches 

sleeve length: 27 cm / 10.6 inches 


size 8
(7/8 year old)

length: 47 cm / 18.5 inches
width at chest: 46 cm / 18.1 inches


arm total length: 46 cm /  18.1 inches 

arm total length measurement includes shoulder+sleeve length

shoulder length: 13 cm / 5.1 inches 

sleeve length: 33 cm / 13 inches 



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 by hand or in the machine in a delicate/hand wash cycle always in cold water - do not soak - dry flat

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




jumper no18 alphonso mango


Thick cotton knit. 

Crafted from our favourite Spanish yarn, Jumper No.18’s chunky round neck and easy dropped shoulders will keep kids warm and comfy from the beach to the mountains (and back home again). 

A nice loose texture, its weight allows the knit to hang naturally, while the ribbed hem helps retain its shape. This cotton is so special: robust yet soft, and full of personality.

Garment dyed locally with the latest technology in the most sustainable way: reducing water usage, no toxic waste and GOTS certified colouring.

Elias is 5 and he wears size 6

Made in Spain.

Materials: 100% Spanish cotton.

Size Guide & Washing Instructions


It’s a gloomy Tuesday, and I’m back writing about genocide again (as I always seem to be doing). This time, it’s an essay about the former Yugoslavia. I was born in northern Italy but spent the first two years of my life in Zagreb, where my father worked at the U.S. Cultural Center. This was our family’s first tour overseas; my father was a very junior Foreign Service Officer with the United States Information Agency (USIA), and my mother hadn’t yet joined the State Department (the first time she applied to the Foreign Service, the interviewers gestured at her very pregnant body and told her, “clearly you’re now very serious about this job”). I spent my childhood living in countries that were either on the verge of collapse or the edge of revolution. For a long time, I could see the ways in which I had been shaped by the languages and cultures of these places but not by their traumas. It was only in graduate school, after taking a course about “issues of representation” in Holocaust literature, that I began to acknowledge how my thinking, my sense of what it means to be human, had been impacted by living in areas that were sites of genocide. The ground has history, and it seeps into us. Or, it should. Over the summer, I read Trace: Memory, History, Race, and the American Landscape, in which scholar Lauret Savoy writes about the ways that the American landscape contains overlapping and intersecting histories, which have often been erased. It’s a beautifully written book that urges the reader to be more attentive, to look for those silenced narratives in the names of our cities, rivers, valleys, to watch for what the past is trying to tell us. ~

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Outfit info:

aceandjig - Rara midi in fern/posie (M)
babaaknitwear - No. 18 sweater (OS)
heritageboot - brown leather cowboy boots

Thank you, everyone, for all of the lovely birthday wishes yesterday! You helped me to stay positive on what was a very gloomy, cold Monday. Today, I have office hours and grading, a long list of things I should be doing. I am feeling buoyed, however, by the very long conversation I had with one of my dearest friends last night. We used to be colleagues, surviving dozens of miserable department meetings together, often commiserating over pizza and good bourbon. We lived one block away from one another. On many evenings, I would text him or he would text me for an impromptu hang-out, which often included something tasty from Trader Joe’s and then hours of discussion about the writing life. Now, we live halfway across the country from one another and have to make do with phone calls, Skype sessions, and our annual meetups at the AWP Conference (a national writing conference for writers). He’s a brilliant poet and essayist, a person huge heart, genuine and sincere, someone who delights in stories and in the power of humor; whenever we talk, our conversations are a mix of riotous laughter, high culture and low, and, of course, much spilling of the tea. I’m often reminded of what Mr. Bennet says in Pride & Prejudice: “For what do we live, but to make sport for our neighbors, and laugh at them in our turn?” Thank goodness for the friendships that endure, that show us who we used to be and who we are becoming. 💗 ~

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Outfit info:

aceandjig - Ashcroft dress in bijou (L)
babaaknitwear - No. 18 sweater (OS)
heritageboot - black leather boots

Trying not to dwell on the fact that my pants are way too short—really wishing there was a good extra 2 inches of length. 💔 I tried the tall length instead, but the rise was ridiculously long, it was so drop crotch and ill-fitting. Trying my best to channel my inner melissaanderson and embrace the short pants look, thick calves and cankles be damned!
- babaa Jumper Woman No18 in clay pot, size OS
- oatmeal.shop Gold Union Knot necklace
- elizsuzann Andy Trouser in olive midweight linen, size XL-Regular
- bryrclogs Clementine Closed Toe Clog, Mid Heel in cement, size 40 (gifted)

Cannot wait for consistent sweater weather ☀️ #livinginbabaa #dayslikethese #springtime #thehappynow #brighterdays #babaajumperno18 #liveinit ...

Oversized everything #babaajumperno18 ...

Suitcase Capsule day 18: 6/11/2019 - I did better today. Put some make up on and got dressed, sort of. But mainly because I went to my son’s 1st grade Meet and Greet this morning. 1st grade? 😲 .
#babaajumperno18 Bay Laurel; #levis Wedge Jeans; #hanselfrombasel socks; #stagni Bunto.

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#30wears #minimaliststyle
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Additional information

Weight .5 kg
Dimensions 12 × 8 × 1 cm

size 2, size 4, size 6, size 8