Baby blankets for girls


Baby blankets for girls

Whether you're looking for a gift for a new mom or a matching baby blanket for your own little girl, you're sure to find it at Little Unicorn. Because Little Unicorn is known for high-quality and stylish baby blankets and quilts and our customers really appreciate the quality and designs of our products.

Cuddly baby blankets for the little ones

Our baby blankets for girls are not only practical, but also extra cuddly. They accompany your little girl from day one and make her feel secure. Whether in the stroller, on the floor or as a play blanket - our baby blankets are versatile.The soft materials keep your baby warm and protect him from the cold. Discover our cute designs in delicate colours such as pink, green or beige.

Practical and stylish companions for on the go

Our baby blankets are not only a hit at home, but also on the go. Whether in the car, buggy or plane - the lightweight blankets can be easily folded up and taken anywhere. So your girl is always warmly wrapped up and can explore the world. Discover our selection of baby blankets for girls now and find the perfect model for your little mouse!

Frequently Asked Questions

What blankets for newborns?

When it comes to newborns, lightweight and breathable blankets are  the best choice. Muslin cotton blankets or fleece blankets provide warmth without being too heavy. This keeps your baby cozy and safe.

Why no duvet for baby?

Duvets can be dangerous for babies because they increase the risk of suffocation or overheating. It is safer to  use light baby blankets or sleeping bags. These will keep your baby warm without the risks of a duvet.

How big should a knitted baby blanket be?

A knitted baby blanket should  be about 70 cm x 90 cm in size. These dimensions provide enough space to snuggle up and warm without being too bulky. Your baby will certainly feel comfortable in it.

When can a baby sleep with a blanket?

Babies should only  sleep with a duvet from the age of about one year. Before that, sleeping bags or swaddle bags  are safer to minimize the risk of suffocation or overheating. Safety always comes first!

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