Marmalade Lion Cuddly Faces Blanket

from Marie Louise Maternity
RRP  £54.50
Marmalade Lion Cuddly Faces Blanket

by motherandbaby |
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This new blanket from Australian brand Marmalade Lion is a gorgeously soft and beautiful baby blanket. It's made from textured Tencel knitted fabric on the front, with pure cotton jersey on the reverse, making it everso soft and cosy. It features Australian animal characters such as a duck-billed platyplus. The edging has a bit of sparkle in the fabric for something special.

How did this product make your life easier?

It's lovely to have a luxurious blanket, whether to snuggle up with baby on the sofa or curl up with during the night feed when a bit of luxury can cheer up those dark hours.

Would you recommend this to other parents?

I would recommend this probably as a present or gift, as it is one of the more expensive baby blankets, but it's so super soft it's definitely worth the price. I really love the characters - it's good to see animals other than bears and elephants - plus I have a cousin in Australia who is expecting her second baby, so this would make a wonderful present for her.

Would you choose this product above all others on the market?

I would choose this as a gift above other baby blankets, definitely.

What changes would you make to this product?

None - it really is gorgeous.

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