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Baby And Beyond

Angela Tsai created a baby nursing scarf that does far more than offer some privacy. This multifunctional accessory was inspired by her own need.

As a new mom, Angela was traveling around the country with her infant and had no space—or desire—for excessive baby gear. So Angela’s Made in the USA scarves can (somewhat magically) cover most of the new mom and baby needs, from burp cloth to swaddle and car seat cover.

One can also transition seamlessly into non-baby uses, too—like a rain hood, poncho, or infinity scarf (and more!). And this all happens thanks to one minimal, attractive design.

Angela is conscious of the environment, too, and makes sure the manufacturing process is as sustainable as possible—like by using fabric blended with natural bamboo fibers, and making the scarves in a worker-owned cooperative in North Carolina.

Angela’s do-it-all scarves are a piece that will last beyond the baby years, which we think is pretty sustainable, too.

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Discovered 3/8/2017

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Maker Story

Baby And Beyond

Angela Tsai created a baby nursing scarf that does far more than offer some privacy. This multifunctional accessory was inspired by her own need.

As a new mom, Angela was traveling around the country with her infant and had no space—or desire—for excessive baby gear. So Angela’s Made in the USA scarves can (somewhat magically) cover most of the new mom and baby needs, from burp cloth to swaddle and car seat cover.

One can also transition seamlessly into non-baby uses, too—like a rain hood, poncho, or infinity scarf (and more!). And this all happens thanks to one minimal, attractive design.

Angela is conscious of the environment, too, and makes sure the manufacturing process is as sustainable as possible—like by using fabric blended with natural bamboo fibers, and making the scarves in a worker-owned cooperative in North Carolina.

Angela’s do-it-all scarves are a piece that will last beyond the baby years, which we think is pretty sustainable, too.