Baby Blanket in Pink
Super-soft and cosy, this baby blanket in a classic baby pink colour is made with 100% Australian Merino wool. Wrap baby up in it when you’re snuggling or spread it out on the floor for tummy time or playtime. It’s finished with a wide hem that looks polished and contemporary.
- Merino Wool Baby Blanket in Baby Pink
- 100% Australian Merino Wool
- 18 Micron Merino Wool
- Edge: Self Channel Stitch
- Size: 80 cm x 110 cm
- Approximate weight: 450grams
- Easy care: Hand-wash cool, line-dry in shade
- Proudly designed and made in Tasmania, Australia
WHAT’S SO SPECIAL ABOUT MERINO WOOL?
A natural fibre, Merino wool is soft yet durable, hypoallergenic, temperature regulating, fire resistant, moisture wicking and odour resistant. All these properties make it a fantastic choice for baby blankets!
A BIT ABOUT MICRONS
Microns are the measurement (1 millionth of a metre) used to describe the diameter of a wool fibre. The smaller the micron count, the finer the fibre will be. Wool typically falls in a range of 18–40 microns. Our baby blankets are made with superfine, super-soft 18-micron Merino wool, making them perfect for wrapping up babies—even ones with sensitive skin!
Due to the nature of our products there may be some slight variation in sizing. .
From time to time, your delicate product may need refreshing. We suggest airing outside, rather than washing. A steamy bathroom or a frosty night will also invigorate and refresh fibres.
For any spills or mishaps, we recommend spot cleaning. You can find more details here.
You may choose to dry clean and if so, we recommend discussing the care instructions with your chosen drycleaner before leaving your product.
We do not recommend machine washing your product, even if your machine has a delicate or hand wash cycle.
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Baby Blanket in Pink
How soft is your merino wool?
The industry standard is to measure wool by microns. The lower the micron count, the finer, and softer, the wool. We use 18-micron merino wool for our super soft throws, making them buttery soft to the touch and the perfect addition to any home decor.
Will wool pill?
Pilling is a natural part of the lifecycle of wool. Abrasion and friction are the most likely causes of pilling, but may be unavoidable over the life cycle of your natural fibre product.
The good news is that pilling is easily remedied. Simply remove the pills carefully, by hand or with a comb, for a good as new appearance.
Where are your products made?
We make everything right here at our mill in Launceston, Tasmania. From weaving, right through to cutting and finishing, our products don’t leave the mill until they’re on their way to you.
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