December 16, 2005

Muji Giraffe Made From Re-Used [sic] Yarn


This Muji stuffed giraffe is made from the leftover cotton yarn that would have been thrown away at the end of a production run, so it's not technically "re-used," which'd be slightly gross, but "reclaimed" or "re-scued" which is environmentally considerate and quirkily unique.

With the giraffe priced at 7.50,
Muji may have even passed a scintilla of those savings onto you. But not much. Re-used yarn-covered cows or elephants are less, 6.95. []

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