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Gifts for Kids

Pendleton Yuji Patchwork Bear

The cuddly Yuji Patchwork Bear is covered in four different Pendleton wool fabrics and comes in rustic or bright colors—perfect for keeping your little one warm and snuggly through the winter.

$69.50
pendleton-usa.com

Rain Baby Gear Mini Fox Hat

Rain Baby Gear’s weather-proof hat, studded with adorable foxes, keeps your baby dry and warm even while outdoors. This water resistant hat is also lined with fleece for added coziness.

$43
rainbabygear.com

Assorted Soft Star Shoes

Soft Star Shoes in Corvallis makes stylish, minimal footwear that’s perfect for growing feet. Leather, Vibram-soled shoes come in Mary Janes, moccasin-style boots, and elastic slip-ons.

$42-$60
softstarshoes.com

Oregon Wooden Toy Co. Large Log Truck, Sport Truck, McKenzie River Boat

These classic wooden toys are made of scraps from local wood and are safe for all ages. The simple trucks, boats and other vehicles come complete with wooden figurines for ample imaginative play.

$6-$21.95
541.345.4577 or available at Made in Oregon Stores

Papa Don’s Toys Lawnmower Push Toy

Papa Don’s classic wooden push toy enlightens all of a child’s senses with colors, sounds and physical activity. Handcrafted in Oregon using locally harvested wood, this toy was made with non-toxic paints and oils.

$40
papadonstoys.com

Mighty Fun Sword and Shield

Mighty Fun swords and shields allow kids to defend their kingdoms with safe, active play. The Dragon Clan set pictured here is made in Portland from maple hardwood and eva foam, for soft, boo-boo-free protection.

$21.95-$24.95
mighty-fun.com or Kids at Heart Toys in Portland

Color the Pacific Northwest Coloring Book

$12.95
timberpress.com

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