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Construction Digger Reversible Jersey Crib Quilt

Construction Digger Reversible Jersey Crib Quilt

Regular price $21.99 USD
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The Trend Lab Construction Digger Quilted 100% combed cotton Jersey Blanket offers the perfect amount of breathable warmth and softness to keep baby nice and cozy. This large reversible soft cotton jersey blanket is lightly quilted and features a construction-themed print of trucks, cranes and other equipment operated by adorable fox, bunnies and bears in yellow, aqua, gray, orange and blue on a white background. The opposite side features a leaf print in white on a turquoise background. Our multipurpose jersey blankets are generously oversized measuring 33 in x 43 in and are perfect for swaddling, tummy time and on-the-go nursing coverage! Additional colors, prints and jersey products by Trend Lab are sold separately.

Please adhere to JPMA's Safe Infant Bedding Practices.

Fabrics and Trims:

  • 100% cotton
  • Filling 100% polyester

Care Instructions: Machine wash cold with like colors, gentle cycle. Do not bleach. Tumble dry low or line dry. Do not iron. Do not dry clean.

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Sarah
Love the pattern and colors!

love the patterns and colors on both sides of the quilt! The material is durable yet breathable. I love how easily it can be washed. We use it for play time, as a blanket, and for outside time.

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