Our reversible pram liners have been specifically designed to be as cosy and comfy for your little one as possible. We used 100% pure cotton twill that is soft and comfortable for baby’s delicate skin. The fabrics and materials used including the fillings and zippers are all safety tested for flammability and chemical migration to European REACH and EN-71 standards. Cotton is a natural all season fabric that is breathable and absorbent which makes it suitable for summer and winter use. Our pure cotton pram liners also comes with 350 grams density high quality padding, that absorbs sweat to dry off quickly and is also anti-allergy and anti-mildew.
Here at Keep Me Cosy, we like to offer limited edition runs of unique and quirky designs.
Our current limited edition products are available as universal pram liners, harness covers, buckle cosy, baby head support, pram organiser, infant footmuff and toddler footmuff.
Our latest eight designer pram liners are reversible and have the cotton design on both sides.
For our 2 in 1 Footmuff sets, the reverse side of the liner has a special zip attachment that can zip to an infant or toddler cover creating a cosy footmuff.
All other pram accessories have a cotton design on one side and a bold colour in super soft cotton velour on the other side. These are available as matching sets in our exclusive designer print.
Our limited range of cute-as-a-button designs, include:
- Woodland Friends (almost black - with a navy hue)
- Playful Plane
- Paper Boats
- Navy Boat
- Aqua Feather
- Ink Spot
- Grey Chevron
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Trusty Favourites - Ink Spot
We have revamped our black spot range to the new Ink Spot design - an almost black with a navy hue.
The Ink Spot range is created with a spot design made of 100% cotton twill on one side and a super soft cotton velour in bold almost black on the other side for additional warmth.
The pram liner reverse side has a zip attachment option, when flipped over the liner can zip to an infant or toddler cover creating a cosy footmuff.