What is Muslin?
What is Muslin, you ask? Muslin, plain-woven cotton fabric made in various weights. The better qualities of muslin are fine and smooth in texture and are woven from evenly spun warps and wefts, or fillings. They are given a soft finish, bleached or piece-dyed, and are sometimes patterned in the loom or printed.
Muslin refers to a finely-woven breathable fabric. It is believed to have originated in Bangladesh during the Middle Ages.
What makes a muslin so magical, you ask?
Muslin has many uses. First and foremost, its breathability. The open weave and lightweight fabric of muslin allow for airflow, reducing the risk of overheating.
This quality helps keep your baby comfortable and safe, resulting in your peace of mind.
Muslin is durable. Touching the muslin with natural fibers gives the ability to withstand countless washes. This is a great advantage for parents.
There are so many other uses for muslin wraps too though, and that is why they are a must-have baby item.
They can be used for portable change mats, pram covers, burp cloths, sun shades, breastfeeding cover, blanket for baby and the list goes on.