Our 'Ulu Nani design was created in collaboration with master Hawaiian quilter Patricia Lei Murray, who chose the ulu, or breadfruit, for it's significance in both quilting and cultural tradition. For beginning Hawaiian quilters, the ulu is the first pattern that they learn to sew. And more broadly, ulu represents prosperity, abundance, and new beginnings in the Hawaiian culture. We hope it brings all of this and more to your 'ohana!
Bring a bit of aloha with you wherever you go with our Hawaiian baby clothes. Made from a blend of Bamboo Viscose and Spandex, our clothes are both comfortable and adorable all while making it a little easier to get off and on. Includes a full-length zip closure that can zip from top to bottom or bottom to top, meaning you don't have to take the whole thing off when it comes time for a diaper change.