Isla & Fraser

Organic Baby Blanket - Oat Scalloped Knit

Regular price £34.00
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DUE BACK IN STOCK MID NOVEMBER 
Inspired by the natural stone walls in quaint Cotswold Villages, our oat scalloped edge blanket forms part of our popular Village Collection. Our intricate new scalloped design provides the perfect frame for your blanket, with the softest curved edges for little hands to hold. 

Our exceptionally soft organic cotton is ideal for sensitive newborn skin and is knitted with a gentle stretch for wrapping and swaddling which allows movement but also keeps your baby feeling safe and secure. 

KEY FEATURES & DETAILS:

100% ORGANIC COTTON: GOTS certified and carefully grown using no pesticides or chemicals making it soft and gentle on your baby's skin.

BREATHABLE: the cellular knit design regulates temperature and allows air to circulate freely, keeping your baby safe and warm. 

EXCEPTIONALLY SOFT: Our organic cotton is picked by hand which means none of the delicate fibres get broken, resulting in exceptionally soft blankets. 

GENEROUS SIZE: 70 x 90 cm. Perfect for a Moses basket, car seat, pram, and to wrap/swaddle, this blanket is designed to go everywhere with you.

THE THOUGHTFUL GIFT: Each blanket arrives charmingly presented in a satin ribbon with a gift tag that explains to the receiver all about the key features and details. A beautifully considered and thoughtful gift that will become a cherished family keepsake. 

AWARD-WINNING: We are extremely proud that our baby blankets won platinum for 'Best baby gift', 'Best baby shower present', and 'Best baby keepsake' in the 2021 Loved by Parents Awards as well as gold for 'Best Gifts for Newborns' and 'Best Independent Shop' in the 2020 Project Baby Awards. 

Please note our comforters and booties are HANDWASH only.

For all other items: Machine wash separately at 30 degrees with mild detergent.

Select the gentle wash program with a maxmium 600 spin. 

Hang flat to dry. Do not tumble dry. 

Do not worry if your knit has some loose fluff. These are just cotton fibres from the cutting process. 

Knitted garments can snag. If you find a long thread, cut it short with scissors - never pull! If you find a looped thread, try poking it back into the knit.

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