Share the love with this big-kid version of our super-soft swaddles—made for all those parents and older siblings who “borrow” the baby’s favorite Coco Moon blankets. Heavenly layers of muslin give you light warmth on chilly nights, get softer every wash, and are the perfect gift for kids of all ages.
Under The Kai
Our Under The Kai print was inspired by The Little Mermaid and brings a unique island spin on the classic underwater tale — adding an island touch with plumeria flowers, pineapples, and honu (Hawaiian Green Sea Turtle) scattered throughout. Hawaii is such a melting pot of people and cultures, so we designed our mermaid print to celebrate our diverse history.
Suzanne’s art conveys such joy and cheerfulness that it’s as if she captured happiness and placed it on her canvas. Her work brings a smile to your face and brightens even the sunniest of island days. We’re thrilled to have brought her art to life on our buttery soft Hawaiian baby clothing, blankets, and accessories!
Fabric: 100% rayon made from bamboo & cotton
Size: 62" x 47"
Care: Machine wash cold (without bleach), tumble dry on low heat
It's our kuleana, or responsibility, to take care of our environment and our community. We're proud to donate a portion of all proceeds to Hawaii based non-profits doing powerful work for our environment and our children. We are also committed to doing our part by packaging our items in fully biodegradable cassava starch bags wherever possible.
I bought super cute under the Kai crib sheet and throw blanket for my granddaughters when they come to visit … but once my 14 month old granddaughter cuddled up with it I had to send it home with her❤️ I will soon be ordering a second set for my 4 month old granddaughter as well as one for my house. So soft and cuddly. Would recommend these to everyone!
Got it for my granddaughter and she loves the color and softness of the blanket. It’s so freaking cute and perfect for a little girl the print of the mermaids ♀️ are so cute and colorful
5 yr old Amelya loves her throw and brought it for a sleepover with her Ganga (grandma).