Lambs & Ivy Wings 6 Piece Bedding Set
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Lambs and Ivy has produced a product that is well constructed with nicely finished seams and edges. By using different fabrics - cotton, corduroy, and napped surfaces - the set providess both textural and visual interest to stimulate Baby's senses. The fabrics do not appear to be flimsy or cheap. The comforter and bumper pad are particularly nice. One does need to be careful not to use the bumper pad for newborns as it is a softly padded construction which is not recommended for young babies. When the baby is old enough for this to be used, the bumper pad will be a lovely addition to his crib. The fitted sheet is sturdy, but the fabric is not rough. The seams are sewn with smaller stitches so they should not pull out as some other commercial products have done. The elastic used to make this a fitted sheet is enclosed in self-fabric casing instead of being sewn directly onto the sheet edges. I would recommend ordering an additional valence since the one that comes with this set will only be sufficient for a small window.
I would recommend this bedding set to anyone looking for an airplane themed nursery set. If other Lambs and Ivy bedding sets are as well crafted, anyone would be pleased to receive them for the nursery.
As an extra tip- get the wall appliques and the airplanes that hang from the ceiling to really complete the airplane theme. The other items are a little overkill, but those two items perfectly complete the room.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I had this discontinued set in my wish list to help me match other items as I never thought I would be able to get my hands on one. Read morePublished on July 18, 2012 by Gina Geasa
Awesome crib set for my little guy, very well made and soo much nicer/cuter in person! I definately recommend this set!Published on April 12, 2012 by Katie Jo
This is a great quality handsome bedding! However I am giving it four stars because in the picture it appears more light blue (which is what we wanted) than it really is-it is more... Read morePublished on June 12, 2011 by Raggie