The perfect size for birth and beyond. Midway between a pram and cot blanket, this size is great for on the go. Large enough to also be used as a lap blanket for an older child.
Youth - 110cm x 145cm.
The big kids (and big kids at heart) can't miss out! This throw blanket is generously sized for keeping snug while in the car, on the couch, at cold evening sporting events and more! Wide enough to be the perfect accent throw on the end of a single bed (be sure to choose your print running horizontally).
Printed from edge to edge.
Professionally finished with a 2cm coverstitched hem.
To care for your blanket, simply machine wash on a cool setting.
Do not iron or bleach, tumble dry on low heat or line dry.
Refunds: No refunds are permitted once your order has been placed. Please ensure the name is entered exactly as you would like it printed, including capitalisation. Please note that colours may vary slightly from the on screen representation.
Perfectly personalised for your little one, our super soft lightweight blankets are made froma thick, single layer of super soft 100% polyester microplush. The front is personalised, printed from edge to edge, and the reverse is plain white. Wash after wash, this fabric has the durability and colour fastness to endure years of love and wear, and still look and feel like new!
Featuring your chosen name and font as part of the unique, hand drawn fabric design, your one of a kind creation is like nothing else available in store!
These blankets are a practical and durable keepsake.
Binkee blankets are designed, printed and handmade right here in Brisbane, QLD!
Please allow 1-2 weeks for your personalised order to be created.
This design represents young warrior males as mountains, which characterise firmness and stillness. I’ve incorporated boomerangs, as in the Indigenous culture only males were allowed to hunt, and they used boomerangs to do this. The larger symbols represent meeting places where the males would go out after they reached a certain age, learning how to hunt and read bush tracks. The blues represent the transitioning of young boys into men. The oranges and browns represent the earth that we stand on and the connection Aboriginal people maintain with their land.