Inchworm Alley - Short Sleeve Romper

SKU: Inchworm-onsesie-3/6-waves
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Jelly Bean -

Our gender-neutral print will magnify the cuteness of your delightfully sweet babe.

Picasso -

Pablo Picasso’s painting, Girl Before A Mirror (1932), is a wonderful analogy for motherhood, suggesting a tranquility and vitality, but also the transition from an innocent girl to an enlightened woman.

Great Wave -

The Great Wave off Kanagawa is a woodblock print by 19th Century Japanese artist, Hokusai, his most famous work.

Watermelon -

What could be more summertime than ocean waves and juicy watermelon?

Ethically produced and made using ultra-soft 100% Organic Cotton, this onesie features a single head-to-toe zipper for easy changes and is designed for comfort and active movement.

Please note that pattern placement may vary due to the handmade nature of our products. Each item is unique.

Inchworm Alley is designed by husband and wife duo, Roger Prince and Theresa James, and we want you to feel good about your purchase. Our collections are ethically made with the finest materials and are gender-neutral to embrace every little human.

As parents, functionality is key, so our styles are made with purpose. You’ll find head-to-zips to make wardrobe changes a breeze and fewer, strategically placed snaps for speedy diaper changes.
Artfully designed in Canada, proudly made in India and gleefully worn around the world, we aim to create comfy, uber-stylish apparel that doesn’t threaten people or the environment. We understand the dangers of toxic chemicals, sweatshops, child labour, and debt slaveries in the clothing industry.

Our products are hand made in a state-of-the-art workshop that upholds the highest environmental and social standards.

These represent the backbone of our brand and how we operate:
• Ethical production means no sweatshops or child labour
• Non-GMO, pesticide-free, 100% Organic Cotton
• Eco-friendly, non-toxic, low-impact dyes safe for baby’s skin
• Organic fibre-reactive dyes for colour brilliance and fastness
• Healthy working conditions and living wages paid
• Sustainability by treating and reusing effluent for gardening
• Zero-waste principles to reduce fabric going to landfills
• Supply chain transparency from fibre to finished product