Gorgeous layered muslin blankets for babies and toddlers. This blanket is reversible with block printed floral & stripes patterns on the softest cotton voile.
This baby blanket can be used in many ingenious ways- as a stroller blanket, a swaddling blanket, a nursing blanket or simply a bed sheet to lay your baby on.
Comes in a drawstring pouch. Machine wash cold. Line dry recommended.
The summer blankets or dohars as they are called in India, consist of three layers of the finest cotton, of which the middle layer is printed and becomes visible through the outer layers. Because the outer layers remain unprinted, the fabric remains exceptionally soft. The result is a unique level of sleeping comfort. Because of its generous size, the blanket has a multitude of uses: swaddler, nursing cover, blanket, or even picnic blanket!
Makes a wonderful baby gift and a keepsake that comes in a fabric drawstring pouch for storage. We have chevrons in 2 colors.
Machine wash gentle cycle for woolens. Dry naturally.
Owl Baby Blanket$45.00$72.00
Owl Baby Blanket
This two-sided reversible baby blanket comes in an adorable print of owl on a skateboard, on one side and a chevron print on the other side.It can be used in many ingenious ways- as a stroller blanket, a swaddling blanket, a nursing blanket or simply a bed sheet to lay your baby on. These blankets are bigger than regular baby blankets and fit a toddler bed hence your child can use it for a few more years. It comes in a drawstring muslin pouch.
Size 45"x60". Fits toddler bed.
Machine wash cold. Line dry recommended.
Warli Blanket Queen size$140.00$198.00
Warli Blanket Queen size
This reversible blanket is made from 3 layers of softest cotton voile. It is hand block printed in a Warli* folk painting inspired print on one side and a red wavy print on the other side. Makes a great summer blanket or a bedcover. Comes in a drawstring pouch made from cotton voile.
Size 90"x108" fits a queen or a king bed. Machine wash cold. Line dry recommended.
* Warli Folk art is the vivid expression of daily and social events of the Warli tribe of Maharashtra, used by them to embellish the walls of village houses. This was the only means of transmitting folklore to a populace not acquainted with the written word.