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Crib rail cover

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Liz and Roo’s flax linen crib rail protector is the perfect gender neutral nursery bedding, and can be coordinated with a wide variety of blankets, rail teething covers, sheets, baby shams, curtains and valances. Make an elegant statement in your nursery by decorating with soft, supple washable linens. 51" x 18" when laying flat (9" when folded over crib rail) Unlike a bumper, it is positioned on the crib rail, which allows air flow 100% linen fabric outside, polyfil inside White cording and…

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First off, let me ease your minds a bit. I know this is my second baby post in a row. That’s because she’s new and I’ve been waiting until she was actually here to show you what I’ve made for her. There will be more, but it will be mixed in with all the usual sewing and crafts you see here. I’m not

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"This crib rail cover measures 51/52\" x 12/13\" for the front and 27/28\" x 12/13\" for the sides, but can be made to your measurements. Protect your furniture from those teeth marks. It can be made in any fabric to match . These covers are completely reversible so you can use the plain back. Listing includes baby's monogram. If you need it in another color, just convo me and I will be glad to adjust."

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This is a tutorial on how to make quick crib rail covers without sewing. They go along the top of the crib to prevent teething on the wood. Our first son chewed huge chunks out of the rails so this also doubles as a cover up because it looked kinda ugly. If you are strapped for time or don't have a sewing machine this does the trick. But if you do have access to a machine I suggest making some reinforced covers that can be washed. HOW TO.... First you will need to pick out a fabric that…

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Nautical Crib bedding, Navy crib bedding, Crib rail cover. nursery bedding, Rail guard, bumperless crib bedding Product description Crib Bedding - new collection BABY MOODS The crib rail covers measure 50"x 15" for the front and back and 26 x 15" for the side, they are filled with fleece batting . There are 4 pairs of inside ties to attach the rail cover to the crib. Rail covers are made of white and navy striped cotton fabric with navy linen bows. Skirt : straight, tailored, with box pleat…

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First off, let me ease your minds a bit. I know this is my second baby post in a row. That’s because she’s new and I’ve been waiting until she was actually here to show you what I’ve made for her. There will be more, but it will be mixed in with all the usual sewing and crafts you see here. I’m not

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Baby chewing on the rails of the crib? Make these easy, no-sew fleece crib rail covers to protect the crib and your baby's teeth!

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Oh sweet little baby beaver, how I love you but hate the teething on literally everything. In an effort to save his crib, I decided to make a quick cover for the rails. And, bonus! It ended up adding a punch of color and pizzazz to his room. I started off by measuring the crib and since I'm a visual person, I had to draw it out. Remember to measure the inside of the rail, not the outside. My measurements were 28'X53.5' - yours will probably be similar but measure your crib to make sure. Also…

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Hey there! If you're already a mom, there's one thing you know for sure.... babies are EXPENSIVE! I learned that fairly quickly with Easton. There are so many new fancy things that people "claim" you absolutely "need" for your little one. While some things I've found that I did use and some things that were helpful and handy, there was plenty of other things that I would quickly inform a mom not to buy. I told myself when I was registering with Easton, "why in the world would I ever need a…

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Need a cheap idea to keep a teething baby from chewing the edges of your crib? Make an Easy DIY Crib Rail Cover using fleece. No sewing required!

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