MADE IN EUROPE
All Tiny Star products are made in Europe.
We are a family company from the small town, Żaby, located near Warsaw in the heart of Europe, Poland. And it is here, in our small manufacture, that we create products for your little ones.
We give 100% at every stage of order processing: from delivery of materials, through cutting out fabrics, sewing, finishing up to folding, labeling, packaging and finally - shipping to you. The entire creation process takes place in our workshop. We entrust products which, due to technological reasons, we are not able to make ourselves, to trusted local entrepreneurs, e.g. knitting, embroidery.
From the beginning of the idea of Tiny Star, we knew that we want to run our business consciously and responsibly.
We are parents just like you. We put children's safety first. All the materials we use in our products are Oeko-Tex Standard 100 class I certified. It is the leading textile safety mark in the world and the materials awarded it are free of harmful substances and can be used from the first day of life child.
When choosing raw materials or semi-finished products, we are not guided by the price, but by the quality and reliability of the supplier.
Cotton and bamboo fabrics, with prints, are produced in Polish textile factories. They are finished in accordance with our guidelines - thanks to which we can be sure that they are of the best quality.
Threads, rubbers, tags, zipper bands and sliders that we use to sew our products - they come from Polish manufacturers.
We only use fillings of the first grade, which have attestations and certificates, also produced in Poland. Polyester fillings are characterized by anti-allergic properties, which is especially recommended for infants and people prone to allergies. They are fluffy and elastic, thanks to which products sewn from them do not deform and do not lose their form, they can be washed in the washing machine.
If you have questions about our activities and products that we create, write boldly, we will gladly answer all of them. At the same time, we invite you to follow the Tiny Star on Instagram or Facebook - where we often show the facilities of our studio and the creation process itself. We also encourage you to watch a short video on our Youtube channel.