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Organic Cotton Muslin Quilt Blanket - Wild Safari

Regular price £39.00
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Keep baby cosy with our sumptuous muslin quilt blanket. Made from eight layers of our carefully sourced GOTS certified organic cotton muslin, these quilted blankets are super soft and great for snuggling. Featuring a reversible print, our beautiful Wild Safari on one side and our signature dots on the reverse. 

We chose a certified organic cotton for it's premium qualities. The fabric is more durable and is softer than a standard cotton fabric. It actually gets softer after each wash! Organic cotton is also grown free from any nasty fertilisers or pesticides. 

As well as snuggling, these blankets are perfect for tummy time, a picnic blanket in the summer or out and about in the pram. 

Our muslin quilts are beautifully packaged in a self fabric reusable bag which makes this item perfect for gifting to new parents. They are also carefully crafted and made to last from birth and beyond, making them not only great gifts for newborns but toddlers and young children too.

Organic Muslin Quilt Product Features:

  • 100% Organic Cotton Muslin.
  • 8 layers of quilted muslin fabric.
  • Reversible print.
  • Extra large, 120cm x 120cm.
  • Standard 100 - OEKO TEX certified. GOTS certified.
  • Absorbent, light weight and breathable.
  • Multi-use.
  • Suitable from birth upwards.


Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Rachel Nudds

Really beautiful quality stuff looks lovely in our nursery

Marie Stanbury
Baby shower gift

My friend loved it. Love the bag it comes in that’s in the same print. Quick delivery!

Kelly Ovenell
Bought 2: disappointed with 1 & love the other

I’ve bought several items from Mama Shack over the past year. Everything has been high quality. I bought two of these blankets. One is great but sadly one was poorly crafted. There are strings hanging from the seam where it hadn’t been properly finished. Based on my experience it’s an outlier situation but one that should have been flagged at the quality control step.