I've come across the most luxurious baby bedding by Tushies & Tantrums. I believe I was originally tagged in an Instagram post. (Which is one of my favorite things about Instagram—getting to see what is being made with my fabric collections. Tagging is such an easy way to share.)
Below is just one of the luxurious sets that Tushies & Tantrums has put together using Heather Bailey fabrics. The featured prints are those shown above, all from my Lottie Da collection: Dauphine turquoise, Lottie Dot purple, Carousel Stripe orchid, and Lottie Dot olive.
I adore this Jenny-Lind style crib as well. When I was a little girl, I slept on an antique Jenny-Lind-style "slave bed" that my parents painted bright orange. They had a custom mattress made for it because it was tall enough for a man, but much more narrow than a twin bed. It is one of my regrets that I didn't rescue that bed from a garage sale they had after I left home for college. That same unsalved regret had me practically leap across the store when I found this orange bookshelf at an antique shop.
The wish to sew my daughter a dreamy crib set must have played some part in my decision to design fabric. Charlotte was nine-months old when I began the fabric branch of my career. Her bed was still outfitted in her brother's crib sheets from eight years earlier. Now, whenever I see a beautiful crib set made with my fabrics, my mama heart skips a beat. However saccharine, I feel as if I get to play a small part in nurturing your sweet little ones. And there is nothing I love more than being a mama.
If you are looking for the tip-top-best bedding for your little ones, visit the Tushies & Tantrums Etsy shop. Ashley takes custom orders as well, so compile your dream fabric-combo and get in touch. There is a "Request Custom Quote" button on the lefthand side of the Etsy shop's home page.