Who knew fitted crib sheets would so easy! Not me. I was intimidated at the thought of them, but thankfully I found a ridiculously simple tutorial that was simple to follow and fool proof.
Dana over at MADE could not have made it simpler.
Here's the fabric I started with:
One note I want to make (because this didn't even occur to me when I was buying my fabric) is to make sure that your fabric is at least 45 inches wide. The two outside fabrics were only 44 inches wide, and the middle was only 41 inches.
I decided to give it a shot with the 44 inch wide fabric - and it turned out great! But I wouldn't try it with fabric that was less than that.
Each sheet took me about an hour with the most time consuming part of the process being ironing the casing down, and then threading the elastic through the casing. But, both of those processes are wonderful when paired with a good TV show.
Here is the result of my first attempt:
I was probably a little too proud of myself after finishing this, but come on! It's a fitted sheet! Made by me! All by myself!
I think it looks pretty fantastic.
Since making this one, I have made one more out of the striped fabric. I will probably do one or two more once I get some more fabric.
Now the crib is ready for a baby!