Black & White Check Crib Skirt, Tan Crib Sheet, Check Rail Cover
The buffalo check crib skirt, tan crib sheet & plaid rail cover for a standard crib 52"x28" is a perfect addition to any baby's nursery. The crib skirt, rail cover & crib sheet fits a standard sized crib & toddler. The crib skirt, crib sheet and rail cover would be a great addition to any baby's crib bedding.
Option 1 (sheet, rail cover & 3-sided flat skirt)
Option 2 (sheet, rail cover & 4-sided flat skirt)
Option 3 (sheet, rail cover & 3-sided Box Pleat skirt)
Option 4 (sheet, rail cover & 4-sided Box Pleat Skirt)
Option 5 (sheet & Rail cover)
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Fitted Crib Sheet - 28" x 52" 4-6" deep
❁ The elastic is encased all the way around the bottom edge for a snug fit on the mattress.
Standard Crib Rail Cover
- 51" long x11" wide
- Cotton on the front and back and a layer of batting in the middle
- Ribbon ties of your choice, not wanting black??
- email to see if the color you want is available.
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Standard Crib Skirt
❁ 3 sided (Front and two short sides)
Flat or Pleated *Box pleat skirts have a pleat midway on the long side
❁ 4 sided (Front, back and two short sides)
Flat or Pleated *Box pleat skirts have a pleat midway on ONE long side
✂ Fabric softeners are not recommended, because softeners will cling to the fibers and will drastically reduce the softness.
✂ Vinegar can be used as an excellent substitute for fabric softeners.
✂ Just add it to the "fabric softener" dispenser.
✂ You don't even smell the vinegar after the wash.
✂ For Best Results, machine wash in cold water with similar colors, NO BLEACH or FABRIC SOFTENERS
✂ Tumble dry on low and remove promptly.
✂ DO NOT IRON product tag, it will melt.
✂ DO NOT IRON the minky, it will melt the fibers & the dots will disappear.
✂ All fabrics are pre-washed in eco-friendly detergent prior to sewing in an attempt to minimize shrinkage in future washes.