My DIY tutorial for a stokke crib sheet is one of my most popular posts! I figured I would write a quick update and include some new photos. See the original post here.
After 2 years of use, these crib sheets are holding up great! The fabric does seems to have some wear. The ones in the picture were made from “quilters” cotton fabric. My “test” crib sheet was made from an old sheet, and that fabric seems to be holding up a little better. But both options worked great.
I love that I was able to make these sheets for a fraction of the cost of Stokke sheets. I also love that I was able to customize the fabrics.
About 6 months ago, we decided we wanted to add an allergy cover for the crib mattress. I couldn’t find an option for the stokke sized mattress. I ended up buying a traditional crib mattress cover. I just fold the corners of the cover down and when I put the crib sheet on it seems to hold everything in place just fine. I don’t know that this would be a great option for an infant due to the risk of SIDS, but for our toddler it works great.
I am curious if there is a way to alter or modify an existing crib sheet for it to fit a stokke mattress. If you’ve tried something let me know!