5 Amazing Women Owned Toy Brands

In honor of Women's History Month, here are a few exceptional women making history in their own ways by sharing their talents and love for children through a distinctive set of educational toys and activities. 

1. Sootie Limetree

Based in England, Sootie set up her shop with eco-friendly and inclusive values. She handmakes every piece using only recycled materials and offers little people rattles in various shades. 

2. Jo & Nic's Crinkly Cloth Books

Meet Jo & Nic from England. Their approach to choosing and designing content in crinkly cloth books is truly unique. They have a whole range of worldly themed, educational and accessible topics printed on cloth books that look and feel like a newspaper. They have won the Junior Design Awards the last three years with their creativity and design that also appeals to visually impaired little ones. 

3. Tambour Battant

These two sisters combine their love for music and gift of creativity and art into handcrafted rattles and musical pillows showcasing icons of today. Based in Toulouse, France, their unique design re-imagines the world of baby and toddler toys.

4. Chunky Deli

These two moms, Caitlin and Christina, have found a way to introduce the culinary world to little ones. Based in Washington, they share their love of good food and design with cleverly crafted flashcards and books that encourage curiosity and exploration at an early age.


Established in Ukraine, founder Libman Kateryna, not only came up with a novel non-stick air-dry clay, but also runs the factory that makes the kits. She leads a team that takes clay making to a whole new level with all-in-one clay art kits that nurtures children's sense of focus and artistry.


Leave a comment

Please note, comments must be approved before they are published