Bespoke Changing Pad Cover

Bespoke Changing Pad Cover

from 40.00

Quonnie Baby allows you to pick out your own Patterns for a true custom nursery experience.  All fabric is sourced from Spoonflower a site specializing in one of a kind prints.

 Here's How it works:

1. Browse our favorite fabric site here: http://www.spoonflower.com/shop?shop=fabric
2. Choose a fabric.
3. Add this listing to your cart.
4. Leave the link to the fabric you'd like in the comments during checkout.

 

Fitted with elastic to work with standard two-, three-, or four-sided pads in any of the following sizes:

length: 31" - 33"
width: 15.5" - 16.5"
height: 3.5" - 4.5"

FAQ:

Q: What is the difference between cotton and minky?

100% Cotton: Medium-weight cotton, traditional choice for bedding, economical option, printed with water-based inks, so expect some fading on the first wash, and some thereafter. Colors tend to print muted on cotton.

Minky (RECOMMENDED): Soft, slightly-napped texture like you'd find on a cozy blanket. Surface is flat with no raised dots. Colors print vibrantly and there is never any fading, so stains can be treated and scrubbed with no worries. Colors print true on minky. Here's a close-up shot of what it looks like: www.instagram.com/p/-MhT6GveP_/?taken-by=iviebabyshop

IMPORTANT: cotton colors are not as vibrant out of the box, and they can be expected to fade with washing--we offer it as the more economical, natural fiber option. Minky colors are vibrant, and they will never fade. We hands down recommend minky for life with babies!

Tips:

Try not to mix minky items with cotton items, especially if you are using the same design across your bedding.

Cloud blankets and loveys are all made with minky tops, so keep that in mind when mixing them with other types of bedding. For example, a minky blanket mixed with a cotton sheet in the same design will look mismatched.

While minky is heavier than cotton, it is breathable and appropriate for use year-round.

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FAQ:

Q: What is the difference between cotton and minky?

100% Cotton: Medium-weight cotton, traditional choice for bedding, economical option, printed with water-based inks, so expect some fading on the first wash, and some thereafter. Colors tend to print muted on cotton.

Minky (RECOMMENDED): Soft, slightly-napped texture like you'd find on a cozy blanket. Surface is flat with no raised dots. Colors print vibrantly and there is never any fading, so stains can be treated and scrubbed with no worries. Colors print true on minky. Here's a close-up shot of what it looks like: www.instagram.com/p/-MhT6GveP_/?taken-by=iviebabyshop

IMPORTANT: cotton colors are not as vibrant out of the box, and they can be expected to fade with washing--we offer it as the more economical, natural fiber option. Minky colors are vibrant, and they will never fade. We hands down recommend minky for life with babies!

Tips:

Try not to mix minky items with cotton items, especially if you are using the same design across your bedding.

Cloud blankets and loveys are all made with minky tops, so keep that in mind when mixing them with other types of bedding. For example, a minky blanket mixed with a cotton sheet in the same design will look mismatched.

While minky is heavier than cotton, it is breathable and appropriate for use year-round.