10 Things New Parents Don't Need
2. Bedding. As cute as they may be, bedding sets can cost $200 and up. Plus, bumpers and matching quilts are suffocation hazards. And crib skirts just collect dust. All the baby's crib really needs is a tight-fitting sheet -- and I'd stick with inexpensive ...
Alta's Garden Babies: custom-made baby products
Her friend Kelli Pedersen had been sewing for years, learning from her grandmother, and the two decided to get together to make baby blankets for ... The pair also makes custom bedding sets that include a dust ruffle, sheet, crib blanket and bumpers.
Babies are big business
And so it begins, says Paul: the dizzying onslaught of a buy-for-baby blitz: “Your list will likely include… baby bedding, sheets, mattress liners, quilts, blankets, bumpers, dust ruffle…changing ... to hang over the crib…” Surely, says Paul ...
Tweaking the empty nest
Each room has a crib, twin bed and dresser, along with toys and books. One is decorated for girls, the other for boys. The girl room has floral bedding, a play kitchen ... A friend made the dust ruffle and window treatment using fabric with a pattern ...
Inescapable fact regarding Layettes
for your baby's bedding need a baby crib or even bassinette with a minimum of two to 4 crib or bassinette linens, the crib bumper, and 2 to 3 baby crib blankets. You may want to think about adding the dust ruffle plus some waterproof pads for your crib.