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SheetWorld Fitted Oval Crib Sheet (Stokke Sleepi) - Cloudy Stars Black - Made In USA

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About the Product
  • Measures 26" x 47"
  • 100% Cotton Percale
  • Machine Washable & Dryable
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Product Description

This luxurious 100% cotton "woven" oval crib (stokke sleepi) sheet features white stars on a cloudy black background. Our sheets are made of the highest quality fabric that's measured at a 280 tc. That means these sheets are soft and durable. Sheets are made with deep pockets and are elasticized around the entire edge which prevents it from slipping off the mattress, thereby keeping your baby safe. These sheets are so durable that they will last all through your baby's growing years. We're called sheetworld because we produce the highest grade sheets on the market today. Size: 26 x 47.

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Technical Details
Item model numberSK-W868
Target genderUnisex
Material TypeCotton
material_composition100% Cotton
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Came quickly and I really love the look of these sheets.They were the best priced sheets I could find to fit the Stokke Sleepi crib. Also, they fit perfectly which I was questioning when I placed the order. I will be ordering more in the future.
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