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Goes nicely with other products from the BLÅVINGAD collection.
Your child sleeps well all night since the cotton absorbs and transports moisture away, which helps the body maintain a comfortable and even temperature.
We know that children's skin is extra sensitive, but not to worry. This product has been tested and contains no substances, phthalates or chemicals that can harm your child's skin or health.
Easy to keep clean; machine wash hot (140°F).
The turtle on this this duvet cover and pillowcase is also available as a cuddly soft toy in the BLÅVINGAD collection.
|Pillowcase length:||20 "|
|Pillowcase width:||30 "|
|Duvet cover length:||85 7/8 "|
|Duvet cover width:||63 3/4 "|
|Thread count:||122 /inch²|
|Width:||7 ¼ "|
|Height:||2 ¾ "|
|Weight Gross:||2 lb 0 oz|
|Weight Net:||1 lb 14 oz|
|Volume per package:||0.13 cu.ft|
Shrinkage maximum 4%.
Machine wash warm (max 140°F/60°C) normal cycle.
Wash together with similar colors.
Do not bleach.
Tumble dry, medium, normal cycle.
Do not dry clean.
Recommended for children 3 years and older.
122 thread count.
Thread count indicates the number of threads per square inch of fabric. The higher the thread count the more densely woven the fabric.
Surfing dolphins, curious turtles and playful octopuses. When we created the BLÅVINGAD collection, we were inspired by the big deep sea – an enchanted world that triggers the imagination of children of all ages. Diving into another world and being absorbed by its wonders is both fun and a way to broaden the horizon. Just like a giant blue whale that floats off to explore the sea.
"We’re all dependent on clean and vibrant oceans full of life. That’s why our work with the BLÅVINGAD collection felt extra important. When choosing the animals to focus on, we began by studying their appearances and expressions. Using sketches, we then decided what could work as a pattern, a soft toy or a print on a cushion. We hope that the playful products create a feeling of being surrounded by the ocean and spark curiousness about all that lives below the surface.”