Muslin swaddle blankets have become incredibly popular in the last few years. Aden and Anais swaddles, in particular, are taking the market by storm and have done a fabulous job creating beautiful 100% muslim swaddles.But what makes muslin baby blankets so popular? And why are more moms choosing to swaddle with muslin, rather than cotton and other blends?
Weight: Cotton threading can be measured in grams to signify the density of the fabric. Our blankets are 430 grams, which falls on the lighter side of the density scale but has significantly more body than a bedsheet. It's lightweight enough for the summer, and 100% cotton is totally breathable. Pair it with a light sheet for the perfect summer sleep. In the winter, use as added bedding by placing it between the flat sheet and the comforter or duvet for a little extra warmth.
Muslin fabric has been around for centuries. Clothes made with muslin – a lightweight, finely woven breathable cotton fabric – were first worn by the ancient Greeks and Romans. The fabric has its origins in Bangladesh, and was imported to Europe in the 1800s, where its popularity increased. Muslin clothes were especially popular in the summertime and warmer temperatures, because of its breathability.
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