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Linen Cot Sheet, Fitted Crib Sheet for Baby Nursery, Bedding, New Baby Gift
Linen Cot Sheet, Fitted Crib Sheet for Baby Nursery, Bedding, New Baby Gift

Linen Fitted Cot Sheet

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Beautiful 100% linen fitted cot sheet made from luxurious European linen to snuggly cover the mattress of a baby's crib. The elastic has been professionally surged and is encased all around the perimeter. I have finished each corner with a French seam so there are no raw edges showing anywhere.

This sheet is available in 5 colours and will make a special new baby gift!

All sheets will fit the following cot/crib mattress sizes. Please message me if you need a different size.

UK Standard Cot- Width 60cm x Length 120cm
UK Cot Bed - Width 70cm x Length 140cm

USA Mini Crib- Width 24 x Length 38 inches
USA Standard Crib Width 28 x Length 52 inches

Qualities of linen-
Linen Facts (just a few)
> Linen originates from the flax plant and is one of the world's oldest fabrics. Mummies have been found wrapped in linen shrouds dating as far back as 4500 B.C! Proving is lasts a very long time & is mildew resistant
> Flax yarns and fabrics increase about 20% in strength on wetting and before it will first begin to feel damp
> Linen fibres are hollow, moving air and moisture naturally
> Linen has many health properties and has been known to be tolerable for those with allergies and to soothe skin conditions. Hypoallergenic
> Biodegradable, non toxic, no chemicals, regulates temperature, stain resistant, dust mite free.

This makes it the Rolls Royce of fabrics and should be your first choice for your baby.

Caring for your linen. Machine wash on a cool setting. Air line drying is recommended but you can tumble dry on a delicate setting, low or no heat. The linen will become brittle if it is dried on high heat or for an extended period. Remove the sheet when slightly damp from the dryer to “bake and break” the fibers. Allowing the fabric to rub on itself in a “dry” condition will cause abrasion. Use a medium steam iron to press when still damp. This will prolong the life of your sheet which will soften and improve with age.