Swaddle your baby in winter and summer with this beautiful blankie made from 100% cotton muslin.
This handy blankie can also be used as discreet breastfeeding cover, pram or stroller cover or lie-down blankie for some much needed tummy time.
Useful and multi-purposeful. Not only does it look pretty, but it works as a good all-rounder.
100% Cotton muslin blankets
120cm x 120cm
Washing instructions on care label
Our Cotton Cuddles™ tags leave space for you to mark your little one’s blankie. This is especially useful for when it gets tagged along to crèche or daycare, where these popular items are easily lost.
WHAT IS SWADDLING?
This age-old practice of tightly wrapping babies in blankets or similar cloths to restrict movement, resembles the snug fit your baby experiences in the womb.
Swaddling is soothing and it helps to make your baby feel more content. It also improves sleep – for baby and you! Newborns tend to jerk themselves awake and swaddling helps to prevent this. There are various techniques, but our favourite is folding the little arms in over the chest. Some babies like to have their fingers close to their face. But please note, all babies are different and you will need to find what works for your little person.
Handy swaddling instructions are available on the back of our packaging.
Please be aware to always leave room for the little legs to move and do not tightly swaddle the hips in the downward position as this can cause hip dysplasia. There are some handy tips online if you want to find out more.
We offer a free and quick couriered delivery service, on orders over R450, throughout South Africa. If your order is under this amount, we charge a fee of R35.00 for your delivery. Your parcels will arrive straight to your door, using trusted couriers.
This offer only applies within South Africa. If you would like any items shipped outside of South Africa, please contact us for a quote.
Our delivery times depend on where you are located in the country. If its a main centre, then it will take 2-3 days. Other regional areas will take an extra 2-4 days.
Below is a list of the main centres.