Duvet cover and pillowcase(s)
150x200 cm, 166 threads
Article no: VMA | 504.641.15
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The zipper keeps the quilt in place.
Made from cotton and lyocell – soft and natural materials that feel comfortable against your child's skin. Tested and contain no substances, phthalates or chemicals that can harm your child's skin or health.
Your child enjoys a comfortable sleeping temperature during the night because lyocell absorbs and transports moisture away from the skin.
The fabric is tightly-woven, which makes the bedding extra durable.
The zippers on our children's products have no pull tabs. This makes them safer for small children, but just as easy to open for older children.
Easy to keep clean; machine wash hot (140°F).
|Duvet cover length:||200 cm|
|Duvet cover width:||150 cm|
|Pillowcase length:||50 cm|
|Pillowcase width:||60 cm|
|Thread count:||166 Pulgada²|
|Weight Gross:||1,07 kg|
|Weight Net:||1,06 kg|
|Volume per package:||1,9 l|
Shrinkage maximum 4%.
Machine wash very hot, normal cycle.
Do not bleach.
Tumble dry, medium, normal cycle.
Do not dry clean.
166 thread count.
Thread count indicates the number of threads per square inch of fabric. The higher the thread count the more densely woven the fabric.
Recommended for children 3 years and older.
Dinosaurs in different colors and shapes live on JÄTTELIK duvet cover and pillowcase. It’s also written what they’re called, so you can learn the names of everyone. The soft and cool nice fabric is woven in lyocell and sustainably grown cotton. Both are durable natural materials that breathe and transport moisture away so your child can sleep well all night. The duvet covers are also packed in a fabric bag made of production waste pieces. Good for your child and our climate.
While working on JÄTTELIK we found several possible answers to why many children are so fascinated by dinosaurs. One is that these creatures with long names blur the line between reality and fantasy, giving the child a tingling sensation of curiosity and excitement. There is also something thrilling about collecting and categorizing facts about them. With this special knowledge, the child can gain a first sense of truly mastering something (and knowing more than you).
Dinosaurs are animal-like and real, but they also stimulate the imagination with their fairytale qualities. Collecting facts about them is thrilling and gives children a first sense of truly mastering something (and knowing more than you).