Hand Dyed Fringe Blanket in Hibiscus

Hand Dyed Fringe Blanket in Hibiscus

  • $49.00


This exclusive Shibori dyed Hibiscus fringe blanket is a limited edition collaboration made by Jac & Jae Designs and dyed by Wild Fire Water.

Handmade heirloom quality

Oversized swaddle made for multipurpose use

Made from 100% cotton double gauze with all natural dye and trimmed with a cotton fringe trim in ivory

For children who have outgrown swaddles but still love the feel of muslin blankets

Designed for home décor, toddler bedding, using as a beach blanket, and for swaddling

 

WASHING + CARE INSTRUCTIONS:

They can fade in sunlight and if washed with harsh detergents/ hot water.  We always recommend hand wash cold with natural, gentle soap.

+ They are by no means perfect, tiny splashes, dark spots, light spots or brown or yellow spots my be present

Because of the delicate trim and natural dye, unique washing instructions will come with your blanket when shipped.

 

 ALLERGEN + NATURAL DYE INFORMATION 

+ Made of all natural material 
+ Mordanted in food grade Soy milk, 
IMPORTANT
* Soy milk and Coconut oil are present, AVOID USE IF NUT/SOY ALLERGIES EXIST

*** SAFETY INFORMATION DISCLAIMER***

WARNING:

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP updated as of 2018) states the following:

Keep soft objects, loose bedding, or any objects that could increase the risk of entrapment, suffocation, or strangulation out of the baby's sleep area. These include pillows, quilts, comforters, sheepskins, blankets, toys, bumper pads or similar products that attach to crib slats or sides. If you are worried about your baby getting cold, you can use infant sleep clothing, such as a wearable blanket. In general, your baby should be dressed with only one layer more than you are wearing.

It is fine to swaddle your baby. However, make sure that the baby is always on his or her back when swaddled. The swaddle should not be too tight or make it hard for the baby to breathe or move his or her hips. When your baby looks like he or she is trying to roll over, you should stop swaddling.

We ask that our blankets, as well as any blanket, not be left unsupervised with a child.