DIDI: Vegan Friendly Natural Moses Basket with Plain Handles

£ 158.00
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This ethically-produced Moses basket boasts simple and natural un-dyed elephant grass and plain woven carry handles rather leather wrapped making this a vegan friendly basket. DIDI is the ultimate ethical baby gift, and a stylish addition to any nursery.

The weavers who produce these Moses baskets work as part of a talented weaving co-operative in Northern Ghana. The majority of these weavers are men having been taught the age-old art of basket weaving from their own mothers and fathers. . Agricultural work is the basis of most weavers’ incomes, but prolific drought makes it increasingly difficult for families to make ends meet. Basket weaving, and producing these exquisite woven Moses baskets, empowers women and men with the opportunity to earn a valuable second income.

Each Moses basket takes around three days to complete, using veta vera grass (also known as ‘elephant grass’) which grows wild in Ghana and produces wonderfully balanced and sturdy basketry. These Ghanaian Moses baskets are the perfect napping space for new arrivals.

Choose to accessorise your basket with an array of essentials for your newborns ultimate comfort. Combine a foam mattress and cotton sheet or choose to upgrade to a natural coconut coir and wool mattress (made from hundreds of coconut fibres and recommended for newborn babies) and organic cotton sheet.
*Liner comes included as standard*

Want to know more about the people behind the baskets? Meet the weavers here.


Material:  Veta Vera Grass

Dimensions: L:80cm x W:43cm x H:25cm (at hood) approx


It must be noted that these baskets are not carrying devices and should only be used on the floor or on a flat surface when baby is inside.

Please note, as this is a handmade product, dimensions & colour may vary from those shown in the photographs.


Complies with British Standards BS EN 1466 when sold with liner
Suitable from birth until approx. 3 to 4 months (or until your baby can sit up unaided)
For more advice on Safer Sleeping please refer to The Lullaby Trust - https://www.lullabytrust.org.uk/


Meet The makers