Introducing Giraffe With Knit Scarf


I have a toy giraffe on my bed. I’ve got photographs over my desk as well as a mask of a giraffe in my kitchen. I am totally hooked.
— Joanna Lumley

Decision, decision. So many soft toys to choose from. Which one is calling me? I walked out Norman & Jules with this lovely giraffe. Designed by Danish, husband and wife team, Maileg. 

This giraffe has an embroidered nose, mouth and eyes and stands 23" tall. The one I got is medium size. Don't get confuse, he also comes in mega size 48" tall or mini size about 10" tall. 

What I like about this giraffe?

He has a very soft body, pelted bottom, big ears, dangly legs and arms, most of all he is wearing a colorful patterned scarf.  Giraffes live primarily in African savanna, having a lovely scarf always comes in handy. Particular in San Francisco, even summer is cold here. 

He is perfect and safe for children any ages. 

Cost: $36

Here are a few shots.

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Taken giraffe for walk in DUMBO, Brooklyn. I think he will fit perfectly well with this window display.

Taken giraffe for walk in DUMBO, Brooklyn. I think he will fit perfectly well with this window display.

Perfect timing, Gilt.com is currently offering a huge discount on a similar giraffe in mega size. That giraffe is in multi-color polka dots. Hurry up before it is sold out.

Here are some fun facts about giraffe from Mental Floss.

1. Giraffes require over 75 pounds of food a day—and with a diet of leaves, this means they spend most of their time eating.

2. Giants first baseman Brandon Belt is affectionately known as the "Baby Giraffe," so naturally, when a baby giraffe was born at the San Francisco Zoo, it was named Brandon Belt. When the two met, it was predictably adorable.