23 January 2011

Do your worst, kid

I've found it cost effective to make flannel crib/toddler bed sheets, in which I believe firmly for the winter months, but not regular cotton ones. However, I was forced to make an exception despite the expense (Walmart clearance: not actually that great) for this most felicitously colored of cottons:

(Crayola classic yellow shown for perspective.)

5 comments:

Kaylee Hicks said...

Very cute fabric! I love it.

Anonymous said...

You can also sew two flannel blankets together to make a crib sheet.

greatgaunts said...

Why don't I ever think to make these simple things? Thank you for thinking for me. :)

Rebekah said...

I've been brewing this notion that children's clothes and linens should come only in dark colors, but obviously the solider yellows would be OK for infants . . . .

lisa said...

We still have the flannel pillow cases my nana made for my papa when he was going bald :) Very cosy!

I know. Random.

(Your non-flannel choice is really adorable!)