Meegos Series One Crochet Collectables Review

Meegos Review

We love collectables in our house, especially cute soft collectables. To the point that soft toys have more space in Liv’s bed than she does! Fortunately the new Meegos collection are small enough to still allow Liv leg room!

Meegos are new to the block, cute and cuddly crochet soft toys that children are going to love. What makes this range totally unique is the fact that each Meego and Mini Meego is crocheted by hand in Bangladesh through a workers co-operative and is making a real difference in over 200 villages by bringing sustainable, regular and flexible employment.

Meegos Series One Review

Each five inch Meegos dog takes five hours to make with the Mini Meegos pups taking over an hour to crochet, which is amazing! I attempted crochet last year, currently my blanket is half finished and I do not even have one straight line! The crochet dogs are made to a really high quality and the detailing is superb… I am in awe! Another interesting fact is that the Meegos Series One has already created jobs for more than 4,000 women… bring on Series Two!

Meegos Review Baxter

Children and big kids alike are going to love the Series One collection! All the larger pups have name collars to distinguish characters. We have Meadow and Baxter in the collection who are super cute. The name collars tell you a little more information about each dog and their pup siblings – you can fill in the family tree of your Meegos over at Uncover more about your Meegos, including personalities and characteristics giving you the opportunity to create your own adventures with your new crochet friends!

Meegos Soft Toy Review

The Mini Meegos – also known as the pups – are available in colourful boxes, leaving it a total surprise as to which pup you are adding to your collection. These are super cute and a wonderful gift idea!

Meegos pups

Currently available in the Series One Meegos collection are 6 dogs (measuring 5 inches tall – RRP £12.99) and 12 pups (measuring 2 inches tall – RRP £6.99) to collect – all available to purchase from either Debenhams or Sainsburys.

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Rebecca | AAUBlog April 18, 2018 at 7:18 pm

these are adorable – I’d be interested to do more crafts like this. they are mega cute!

Sarah April 18, 2018 at 11:12 pm

These are SO sweet! My little ones would love them! Do you know if they are suitable for young children? I love that the company is making such a big difference to workers too, so fantastic!

Anosa April 19, 2018 at 7:02 am

Mum is great at crocheting and used to make us toys all the time, this brought back memories. Such cute collectible toys

S1m April 19, 2018 at 7:14 pm

I am totally envious – I would love to be able to crochet properly… one day 🙂

Kaz | Ickle Pickles Life and Travels April 19, 2018 at 1:19 pm

Oh my goodness, how adorable are these? I have never had a go at crocheting although my nan did. Kaz

S1m April 19, 2018 at 7:12 pm

They are so super cute! It would take me about ten times as long to do them… and even then they wouldn’t be perfect. They are so well made and adorable!

Laura Dove April 19, 2018 at 9:16 pm

Oh these are just the cutest! My girls are obsessed with stuffed toys and would love these for themselves!

Jen Mellor April 19, 2018 at 10:30 pm

These are so cute I really would love to learn to crochet but never seem to find the time or anyone to teach me. Videos just confuse me!

Sheri - A Busy Bee's Life April 21, 2018 at 12:18 pm

These are so amazing. A friend of mine made one of a giraffe for my little one. So awesome!

Nichola - Globalmouse April 22, 2018 at 6:59 am

Oh my goodness, they are adorable! What an amazing sounding initiative too. My kids would love these so I will look out for them on my next shop.

Amanda April 23, 2018 at 10:41 pm

These are so cute! It’s such a nice program too, which gives women opportunities to use their skills to make a livelihood for themselves.


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