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Tutorial Pinkhood and Wolf bassinet crib bedding set

Material required:

– Panel bedding set for bassinet type cribs
– Rubber band for the fitted sheet, if you want it to be adjustable.
– Wooden washer for the doudou.

This panel has a series of markings indicating where there should be openings and/or rises.

The duvet cover is designed to have padding in the whole cover or only in the part of the cover that covers the mattress and the wings without padding, to make it easier to make the bed. You decide (see step 5 of the sheath tutorial).

  1. Cut the 16 pieces of the panel:
    • 2 pieces of duvet cover or top sheet for the summer
    • 1 piece for fitted sheet
    • 2 pieces for the pillow case
    • 6 pieces to make the 3 cushions
    • 2 pieces for doudou
    • 2 pieces for labels
  1. To make the labels:
    • Cut the labels.

To make the duvet cover (or top sheet for summer):

  1. Overlap the bottom of the two pieces.
    If you want, you can overcast the entire perimeter, but it is not necessary.
  1. Face the 2 pieces, printed face to printed face.
  1. Sew around the entire perimeter of the cover, leaving approximately 1 cm of seam allowance.

    In the middle of the base leave about 22 cm without sewing, because this will be the opening where you will put the stuffing (you will see that on the printed side there are some marks that indicate this).

    If you want to put a label, now is the time to do it. Decide where you want to place it and place it between the 2 fabrics so that it will be sewn when stitching.
  1. Rotate the cover, so that you will have both printed sides in view. Iron.

    Make a small fold inward from the casing to the fabric remaining in the opening and sew a backstitch at the hem.
  1. Options for winter cover stuffing:
  • Option 1 – You want there to be padding only in the part of the cover that covers the mattress:
    So that the filling is centered in the cover and cannot move, you can stitch along the cover on both sides, leaving a central opening of 50 cm. (We have put some marks on the printed side of the panel, considering that the cover is for a mattress of 50 by 80/90 cm).
    If the filling is 50 cm wide, leave 1 cm more margin per side so that it fits well.
  • Option 2 – You want the filling to fill the entire casing: In this case you do not need to make any additional stitching.

And that’s it!

To make the fitted sheet:

  1. The fitted sheet can be made in 2 ways:
  • Option 1 – Non-fitted fitted sheet: Make a hem of approximately 1 cm around the entire perimeter.
  • Option 2 – Fitted sheet: On the 4 corners there are marks indicating where to cut the square and sew the ends. Overcast the corners you have cut out with a zig-zag.
    Make a hem of approximately 1 cm around the entire perimeter and leave an opening for the elastic to pass through (you can help yourself with a safety pin or a bodkin, for example). Once the elastic is in place around the perimeter, tighten it a little until you see that it will hold the mattress, stitch to fix the elastic and sew the opening you had left.

And that’s it!

To make the pillowcase:

  1. Overcast the longer sides of the sheath (top and bottom).
    Face the 2 pieces, stamped face to stamped face.
  1. Sew the two pieces together at their widest part (longest sides), on a machine foot – 0.7 cm.
    Iron to open the seams.
  1. On the sides of the cushion where the pillow should fit, make a double fold on each side and stitch a backstitch. (On the printed side you will see some marks at 5 cm that indicate where you have to fold. The small fold that will be inside make it 1 cm).
  1. Turn the pillowcase over and iron it.

And that’s it!

To make the dou dou:

  1. Face the 2 pieces, printed side to printed side and sew a backstitch all around the perimeter leaving 4 cm unsewn at the base to turn it and fill it.

    Make a few small cuts in the small strips marked in red. They will help the doudou fit properly when you twist and stuff it.
  1. Turn the doudou and stuff it.
  1. To close it, sew by hand or machine the opening you have left. If you machine stitch, make the stitching very close to the edge of the doudou.
  1. Place the doudou in the wooden washer.

And that’s it!

To make the cushions:

  1. Follow the tutorial to make Pinkhood cushions. Click here.

Note:
The panels are designed to leave sufficient clearance to compensate for possible curvatures and misalignments due to irregular fabric tensions during the printing process. In these cases, if the part must be straight, draw the straight line to correct the stamping tension. See the FAQs at the bottom of the page for more information.

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