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FITTED SHEETS FOR THE COT 

Looking for the loveliest baby bedding? They will make your made up cot look even cuter! 

So what kind of bedding will you need for your baby? Blankets, sheets and fitted sheets, of course! Make sure you have a few of everything, as you’ll constantly be washing with those little ones! Our fitted sheets have elasticated corners, which means they perfectly fit around the mattress. They’re available in various different sizes, so they’ll be suitable for the cradle - for the first six months - and the cot for the following years.  

SUSTAINABLE GOTS-COTTON: THE SOFTEST FITTED SHEETS 

We like to think along with you, as we know you want the very best for your little one. That’s why our fitted sheets are made from super soft GOTS-certified cotton. Lovely for your little one to lie on and much better for the environment. A sustainable choice which fits our current times. Our Noppies Baby Comfort fitted sheets are made from sustainable materials, like terry towelling, super soft jersey and a blend of jersey and tencel. The elasticated band ensures they’ll fit beautifully and crinkle-free. These fitted sheets are available in a range of different colours and sizes. 

FITTED SHEETS IN GENDER-NEUTRAL COLOURS 

Many parents and carers want the option of being able to choose gender-neutral colours. We have also taken this into account when designing our fitted sheets, blankets and sheets. A nice added detail is that everything in our collection beautifully matches. That will definitely make that little made up bed extra cute! And it goes without saying we have more than just lovely bedding. Even the playpen bags, baskets and play blankets are made in the same style as our fitted sheets and blankets. Styling the nursery is going to be so much fun! Which items are you planning on combining?