Muslin Swaddle Blankets, Pink, 2-Pack

2 each

Retail Price: $22.00


Member Price: $14.95 (Save 32%)

2 each

Why You’ll Love It

Cover your baby in love and comfort with Green Sprouts’ eco-friendly swaddle blanket made from 100% organic cotton muslin. These super-soft blankies (which only get cozier after every wash!) make an ideal swaddling blanket, cover-up during nursing, protective layer over strollers or car seats, or surface for tummy time. Includes 2 blankets. Size: 44" x 44" (112 cm x 112 cm)
SKU: 715418080697

About This Brand

green sprouts® focuses on protecting babies on the inside. Babies explore through their senses and are vulnerable to elements in their environment. green sprouts® products are designed to protect them as much as possible from potentially harmful substances. All green sprouts® products are free from PVC, BPA, and formamides.
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Ingredients

Organic cotton muslin


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