Northwest Characters Kids’ Fleece Throw Blankets
Last updated date: January 3, 2020
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The Northwest Characters Kids' Fleece Throw Blankets feature all of your favorite characters, from Hello Kitty to "Frozen" to Spiderman. In our analysis of 15 expert reviews, the Northwest Northwest Characters Kids' Fleece Throw Blankets placed 4th when we looked at the top 10 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
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From The Manufacturer
Soft & Warm; Measures 46 x 60;Made of high quality 100% Polyester
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An Overview On Kid Blankets And Throws
For many kids, a blanket is much more than a blanket. They can turn into comforting “blankies” that your child uses for years. But what sets a blankie apart from a blanket? Three things: the softness, the durability and the patten.
Polyester fleece and microfiber are just as soft as the sheep your child counts when they’re falling asleep. You’ll stay warm under these blankets without getting sweaty. They’re also affordable and tough enough for frequent trips through the washer and dryer.
Finding that perfect pattern for your child’s blanket can make bedtime, nap time and car trips a little more fun. You can satisfy even the pickiest kid with all of the choices available online.
DYWM Fun Fact
One of the world’s most famous blankets belonged to Linus van Pelt from “Peanuts.” Although Linus was an intelligent and kind character, he struggled with insecurity. He rarely appeared without his faithful blanket, which seemed to keep him calm.
Despite bringing his blanket everywhere for years, other children didn’t tease him. When another character tried warning him about potential teasing, Linus whipped his blanket around a tree branch and pulled all of the leaves off, saying “They never tease me more than once.”
The Kid Blanket And Throw Buying Guide
- Make sure you buy a blanket that’s appropriately sized for your child’s size and age.
- If your kid has sensitive skin, avoid blankets with itchy seams or large stitches made from tough threads.
- To help your blanket last, follow the care instructions to a T.
- Avoid blankets with delicate details, especially if you’re buying a blanket for a very young child.