Newborn Baby Bedding

TRU Lite is excited to tell you about our newest baby crib mattress protector it’s made of an ultra-soft bamboo terryclot. Perfect for the delicate skin of your little one it’s so soft that your angel can sleep directly on the pad and it’s fitted so you don’t need to use an extra sheet and it will not sleep hot this waterproof crib pad, provides protection against all the messes your little one makes.

You know what I’m talking about right? diaper leaks, drippy bottles, and spit ups, are all messy and can stain and damage a crib mattress. That’s why it comes with a waterproof barrier to protect the mattress. These pads are super absorbent too. Your baby and the mattress will stay dry and protected. Little ones can have sensitive skin, that’s why these pads are made of non-toxic and hypoallergenic materials. There are no harmful chemicals and they are designed as a protection against dust mites, bacteria and germs. The breathable material means no sweaty, hot nights, and our designers also made sure that our mattress protectors don’t make any crinkly noises.Your baby will sleep because there’s protection against those irritants that could wreck a good night’s sleep for the whole family! TRU Lite’s industry-leading lifetime warranty guarantees that as long as you use our crib pad, your precious baby will have a clean, comfortable, and cool mattress to sleep on

Easy DIY Baby Blanket Sewing Tutorial

Hi, I’m Jen from Online Fabric Store. Making a baby blanket is fun because you get to choose prints and colors you like. The blanket I’m going to make is quick and easy. So let’s get started. The materials you’ll need are: 1 yard of minky, I’m using Gray Minky Dot fabric, 1 yard of cotton, I’m using Michael Miller Zoology Sea fabric, fabric scissors, a fabric marker, a ruler, ballpoint pins, and thread. Measure a 36 by 36 inch square out of the cotton and minky fabrics. Make sure you’re measuring on the wrong side of the fabric. Cut out both squares. Place the wrong side of the minky fabric on the table. Center the cotton fabric over the minky with the right side facing up. Fold the edges over 1 inch twice on all four sides and pin. For the corners, snip the extra fabric off at an angle before folding. Stitch with a 1/4 inch seam allowance along the fold line.

Back stitch at the beginning and the end. To keep the corners down, stitch along the outside edge. The baby blanket is now complete. By folding the edges over it gives the blanket a border and creates a finished look. You can use either side of this blanket. Thanks for watching this OFS project. .