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HUHA is New Zealand’s leading no-kill animal shelter. We will be at the fair selling our merchandise to raise funds for the work we do with the animals and also have information for those wanting to get actively involved with HUHA.

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Published in Charity

Out in the Cold produces a range of hand knitted jumpers and cardigans made here in Hamilton, New Zealand from mostly locally sourced yarns. We have a great range of styles and colours - cottons and silks for summer, and wool and alpaca for winter.


Knitting is a passion, not a chore, and every garment is finished off professionally with pride and attention to detail.

Try wearing one of our handknits and you will see what you've been missing.


Check us out in Ohio Street North or you can view the range at outinthecold.co.nz

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Published in Wool products

Most New Zealand parents enjoy getting about with their little one in the pram.

Especially on cooler days when it feels great to get out in the crisp, fresh air! But do you find yourself constantly picking your child’s blankets up off the ground when they inevitably kick them off? Lost a shoe or socks?

Enter; the Fantail's Nest "2 in 1" Universal Pram Sack

This snuggly pram sack was made with NZ weather conditions and family lifestyles in mind.

The pram sack features beautiful, often limited edition prints, that are sourced from artists around the world, and is very practical.

The 2n1 Pram Nest will keep your 3-month- to 3-year-old safe and warm during those outdoor adventures. It is made from all natural fibres, using New Zealand-made wool and cotton.

A Pram Nest (or Sack) is like a sleeping bag for your pram, that zips up and allows easy access in and out. Machine washable and versatile, the Pram Nest also converts into a sleep sack or snuggle sack for your older child in the home once it's too small for them in the pram.

Too Hot? that's ok, the Pram Nest converts to a Liner during the warmer weather as well!

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Published in Baby needs