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Dandelion Bamboo Muslins

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Our baby muslins provide a luxury alternative to cotton muslin squares – they are made from 100% bamboo and are significantly softer on skin, they are also kinder to the environment too. Bamboo fabric is well known for it’s cashmere-like finish, but it’s also a beautiful fabric choice for babies due its durability, absorbency, breathability and ease of use (machine washable for everyday wear). Fabrics made from bamboo are also considered organic as the plant has no natural pests and so doesn’t use pesticides. Our muslin squares are;

  • Softer than cotton – and made from 100% bamboo muslin

  • Highly absorbent – bamboo is extremely absorbent; this quality carries through to the fabric

  • Breathable – and built with an open weave

  • Easy to care for – machine washable for everyday use

  • Unique – all of our prints are created in collaboration with aspiring British-based artists

  • Versatile – and larger than most. Generously sized at 70cm x 70cm they can be used as small organic baby blankets when baby is little, and as large muslins for feeding and mopping up spills as baby grows

Since luxury baby essentials make for beautiful newborn gifts, you can opt to have your muslin squares gift wrapped at check out with a personal message. We can also send your gift direct to the recipient - we ship worldwide, never including pricing information within our gift packages and will post it the next working day (unless otherwise stated on our website). Next day delivery is also available on UK orders only.

‘DANDELION’ BAMBOO MUSLINS – Artist Bethan Williams

This very pretty Dandelion print was created in collaboration with University of South Wales Illustration student Bethan Williams. Bethan finds her inspiration in the world around her, particularly nature, science, Art Nouveau, Baroque style and museum artefacts. She prefers to work with graphite and coloured pencils, and describes her style as “traditional realism and intricate details”. When she graduates from her degree she aspires to become a freelance illustrator completing commissions for a variety of clients.

 


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