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baby quilt

(9 customer reviews)

£21.31 £19.67

100% Cotton; 【BEAUTIFUL DESIGN】:lovely scalloped trim edges for added delicate touch,embossed for qulity stiches show heirloom vintage felling.white with colorful trim is the best mathing for chioce. 【SIZING & MATERIALS】:36″x48″perfect for all crib sizes and most toddler beds.Covering:100%…

Last updated on May 16, 2020 5:53 am

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  1. lorenzo

    I saw this blanket on etsy and thought I’d check on Amazon before ordering on etsy. The price was cheaper and the quality is great. It did have an odor too it but it should be washed anyway before using for a baby. I had it monogrammed and it looks beautiful. Makes for a beautiful personalized gift.

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  2. garden lady

    It is soft and will be used as a keepsake gift to my new granddaughter. I was actually looking for a blanket such as this but with some cotton lace. I couldn’t find one with lace like I previously purchased. I solved the problem by buying this one and just sewing a cotton eyelet lace on the edges. Now it’s beautiful and fit for my new granddaughter!

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  3. Lindsey A Larson

    I actually bought this adorable quilt as a small blanket to sit own for photos. I’m a photographer and needed something smaller for babies and kiddos to sit on during photo sessions. The quality is great, and it’s super lightweight and easy to carry around. It photographs really well too! I’m definitely loving it and will probably buy more colors on the future.

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  4. Robin

    Honestly, the quality of Aden & Anais muslin products is terrible. I have had two of their muslin sleepsacks and both fell apart very quickly (the zipper track separated from the seam on one and the shoulder seams separated on the other). I washed this blanket once before use and now there is a section where the blanket is ripping away from the outer hem. I should have learned my lesson from the first defunct sleepsack, but I like to give a company a second chance. I figured without shoulder seams and zipper tracks, there would not be much to fall apart on a simple blanket, but I was wrong. It is a shame, because the lightweight material is wonderful for warm weather use. For the prices this company charges, they really need to step up their game on the manufacturing quality.

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  5. April McGehee Azbill

    I’m torn about this blanket. The print is absolutely adorable and it keeps my daughter warm without overheating her. The size is also perfect for her at 21 months. She isn’t ready for a large blanket, but has outgrown the typical baby blanket sizes. The weight of the blanket is ideal. However, I am a bit confused about how these are advertised as “super soft”. I admit that it has softened after washing and I suppose that it will continue to get softer the longer it is used. It was quite stiff and scratchy out of the packaging. I had to wash it 3 or 4 times before I was satisfied enough to use it on my baby. I still wouldn’t call it “super soft”. It seems silly that I should have to wash something a dozen times myself before it would be as advertised. I’m hoping as we continue to use it that it will improve in this area.

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  6. E.McClure

    I purchased 3 different brands of multi-layer muslin blankets with the intention of choosing the best and returning the others. The 3 I bought are:ADEN + ANAIS MUSLIN DREAM BLANKET 47” X 47” (4 LAYER)LIFETREE 4 LAYER MUSLIN BLANKET 45” X 45”BEBE AU LAIT PREMIUM MUSLIN SNUGGLE BLANKET 48” X 48” (6 LAYER)The Bebe Au Lait and the LifeTree were both extremely soft and fine quality. The Aden + Anais honestly did not compare because the weave is looser and the fabric is not as soft to the touch. Additionally, the Bebe Au Lait has 2 extra layers so it’s fluffier than the other brands, as well as having the largest perimeter of the three . Strangely enough, the Bebe Au Lait is also the cheapest at about $30. The LifeTree was about $37 and the Aden + Anais was about $50. Although I much prefer the cute prints on the Aden + Anais Dream Blankets, the quality just doesn’t meet my expectations for the price. It just isn’t worth it to me. I went with the Bebe Au Lait and I don’t regret it. It has only gotten softer and fluffier with use.

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  7. beau

    These are soft and just the right amount of fluffy. You don’t realize how soft it is until you touch it. My 2 and 4 year olds love them on their toddler beds. They have several throw blankets they love too so if it’s a cold night (we live in upstate NY) they just cover up with one of those too!

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  8. Toni

    This is the perfect light weight quilt for the summer time, or just a really nice throw blanket for the little ones. Great product at a great price.

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  9. Jessica

    Very cute quilt & it’s true to color! I washed it the day i received it & it held up beautifully in the washer & dryer.. Though it is a small quilt (does not fit on an actual crib mattress top to bottom) , it does serve its purpose & keeps my daughter nice & toasty during the night.10/10 recommend this quilt.

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