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Celebrate Life Day (or any holidays native to your homeworld) with The Child and The Mandalorian! Inspired by the Star Wars series The Mandalorian, this knitted holiday sweater features "Baby Yoda" front and center with in his pram. Also features peppermint stick, snowflakes and space frogs!

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