Triple pack of supersoft sensory muslin squares in high contrast black and white patterns. Designed to the millimetre to support babies' cognitive and visual development between birth and around four months.
The ultimate multi-tasker also delivers sensory calm through our scientific patterns.
Pack includes 1 x zebra, 1 x starfish and 1 x dalmation design presented in our stylish box packaging.
Each muslin is 60cm x 60cm.
Made from: 100% viscose from bamboo.
At birth a baby’s vision is blurry, and they can generally focus on a face at around 20-30cm away
After having these Muslins for my little boy and seeing the magic in real life they are now my go to gift for all my friends who have babies. Can’t recommend them enough!
We really needed more muslins for our second son as he was quite sicky after his feeds. Having googled muslins I came across Etta and loved the fact that it is an independent business and that the muslins would be good for our son's sensory development. They really do work! If I need a moment to help our first son, or just want to eat dinner with both hands, using one of the muslins or the sensory strip keeps our little one occupied long enough for us to do so. If our little one is upset, our eldest goes straight to get one of the muslins and hangs it in front of him to try to calm him down. These will now be one of my go-to presents for friends having babies. Thank you so much.
My little boy LOVES these! Our Health Visitor actually commented at his 3 week check up, saying how great his eyes were at following people around - and I think these have definitely helped with that! He loves staring at the patterns! The muslins are beautifully soft too and I love the little card that you get with them, suggesting ways to use them!
A must have purchase! :)
Really impressed with the quality of these. It's like TV for baby too - she's fascinated by the patterns.
I cannot rave about the magic that is Etta Loves enough. Not only do they work as a fantastic sensory visual for new babies but they are the softest muslins ever!