'On Children' Muslin Blanket - Large

  • £69.00
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Inspired by the poet Kahlil Gibran's poem 'On Children', this double layer muslin is an exploration of the relationship between parent and child.

Hand illustrated and painted by Forivor's Alice Ruby Ross, this special muslin contemplates Gibran's beautiful poem.

'You may house their bodies but not their souls,
     For their souls dwell in the house of tomorrow, which you cannot visit, not even in your dreams.
     You may strive to be like them, but seek not to make them like you.
     For life goes not backward nor tarries with yesterday.'

The artwork has been printed onto an antique paper coloured muslin and has fringed edging.

Once washed the fabric will naturally crinkle. You can iron the muslins if you prefer a flatter look.

Our soft lightweight muslin blankets have been designed with an abundance of uses, making sure they will be firm family favourites for the bedroom (it could be used as a wall hanging), travel and the great outdoors. Perfect for swimming trips as well as bath time. 

Muslin is one of the world’s oldest fabrics and has become synonymous with babies because its lightweight but durable construction is perfect for ensuring little ones do not overheat. 

Measurements: 120 x 150cm

Also available in small: 70 x 100cm


Machine washable at 30 degrees, please hang to dry if possible to protect the planet. We recommend spot washing wherever possible and only machine washing when absolutely necessary, this increases the life span of all textiles and reduces carbon emissions and water use.

The factory we partner with in India works to negate all harmful aspects of production. The GOTS certified organic cotton used in our bedding is primarily rain-fed and the factory is working to reduce their production water usage by 20% each year. The dyes used in our digital print are organic approved avoiding producing any harmful by products. Only bio-degradable packaging is used to ship the bedding safely from our supplier in India to us in the UK.

Housing is provided for around 50% staff with free water and electricity with plans to increase this to 100% in the next few years. Importantly, during the Covid Pandemic they continued to pay their staff 100% of their salary.

Forivor is committed to doing more as we become a more viable business, moving from a fledgling company where we were ourselves finding our way to understanding where we can have an impact and what we can change within our own products and supply chain to have a more positive impact.