Bumper Crop Baby is one of the only online sites that offers true custom bedding for babies using ANY fabric. Most sites let you choose from their own fabrics, which are usually expensive. At Bumper Crop Baby, you can send me your own fabric and I will construct your bedding according to the design you choose.
See something you like on another site or in a store? I will help you find fabrics to make something similar for hundreds less! I don’t charge extra for initial design consultation or for helping you figure out the yardage you need–it’s all part of the custom service! Dozens of babies across the country are sleeping on Bumper Crop originals, and their moms and dads paid less than you might think!
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- Crib Set: $285 + cost of fabric
- Bumpers Only: $190 + cost of fabric
- Skirt Only: $100 + cost of fabric (details such as borders, multiple fabrics, etc. can add another $60 to cost of skirt)
- Add custom piping $45
- Add custom ties $75
- Add double-layer skirt (see photo at right – bottom skirt layer is detachable)
- Crib coverlet (like a quilt, but for all seasons) $75 + fabric
- Also available: custom window treatments, pillows, shams, bedding for twin or full-sized beds. My labor rate is $25/hr. Based on your design, I can give you an estimate for labor cost.
Design consultation INCLUDED! I allow up to two hours of design consultation per bedding set at no charge to the customer. This is plenty of time to allow for several back-and-forth e-mails from my out-of-state customers. If you want me to shop for accessories, choose paint colors, accompany you to the fabric store, etc., this can also be part of the two hours of free design work. Additional time billed at $25/hour.
Frequently Asked Questions:
1. How long does it take to get my bedding made?
Once we have decided on a design and I have the fabric, it takes me 3-4 weeks to put everything together. If you are in a rush, please tell me up front and I’ll do my best to work with you.
2. How much fabric does it take to make a crib set?
The bumpers take roughly 3 yards and the skirt takes 4-5 yards. However, please don’t order the fabric until I have a chance to look at the pattern repeat and consider the drop of the skirt, etc. It’s always better to have a bit extra than end up short!
3. Where should I get my fabric?
Send me pictures of things that you have seen that you like (or e-mail me a link) so I get a feel for the look you want. I’ll send you links to fabric sites that have a good selection and I’ll look locally also.
4. How many crib sets have you made?
Ok, no one has every really asked me this, but the answer is about 50. Every one has been a little different and I continue to see new styles and embellishments that I want to try. If you’ve seen it, I can probably do it, so just ask me.