Do you want to prepare a personalized blanket for your child? Then you can not miss this post, we teach you how to make a baby blanket in the blink of an eye! And as we like to bring you original ideas, we leave you beautiful versions so that your little one has the most beautiful blanket in the world! The blankets to wrap the newborn are super practical because they remind the baby of the uterus and allow him to relax, feel protected and rest calmly. When we wait for a baby or we have to make a gift, we usually think about blankets for babies, but we have doubts which one to choose.
Considering the commercial and craft industries surrounding the baby’s gifts, choosing the right option is disconcerting. From concerns about clothes that do not fit the toys that could land on a national recall list, baby paraphernalia can be tricky. Matching a gift for the little one should not mean hours spent in the baby aisle. New parents and newborn babies have several basic needs, and a gift that makes life easier than ever from non-use. A felt hat and a reception blanket for the newborn can complete the package, alleviating any tension caused by forgetting something.
Baby blanket acrylic, polar, woven or moher. All our crib blankets have their pros or cons. Today we are going to talk about the tissues. Although it is very simple, acrylics are very simple when it comes to washing, all crib blankets acrylics can be put into the washing machine quietly that if, always putting them in a gentle program of centrifugation and with no other garment that can damage the garment, such as zippers, Velcro etc. Moher blankets are natural fabrics, but give problems to the time to wash, shrink. Moher blankets can also be put in the washing machine, in a soft wool program.
And always choosing a correct detergent for the wool, otherwise the dyes will suffer. The polar blankets are a combination between acrylic and natural, a soft and pleasant finish. We encourage you to use acrylic fabrics, we think it is more important that crib blankets go through the washing very often. Many times we do not realize it and the garments are soba, acara etc. We do not see any stains and we think they are clean, but our hands touch a lot of dirt and then we touch the crib blankets etc.
We are knows that there is a great fashion for natural fibers and we will not argue that they are more pleasant, but then the Maintenance is very expensive and from our experience we thought it was not worth it. Although we think that it is very important natural fabrics that are glued to the skin of the baby as the bodies, sheets etc… Are 100% natural? The baby blanket they should never go directly in contact with the baby. That is why we do not give importance to the fabric but if we give importance to that they hold, their true function.