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This tutorial shows how to make a pack n play sheet that doesn’t have an elastic casing. This means that the elastic is sewn on top, across each corner, to hold the sheet on. It’s not my favorite option as I think a casing might be safer, but this worked well for me on our trip, even though the baby threw a couple of fits in the PNP. The sheet seemed to shift a little, but it didn’t come undone. We slept with the Graco Pack N Play playard beside our bed so I was not too worried. If you are concerned and prefer to do a casing, make sure to check out my blog posts on how to sew an elastic casing and how to make a fitted sheet.
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- Cotton fabric
- Elastic or fold over elastic
- Sewing machine and other sewing supplies
Tutorial for Sewing a PNP Sheet
The ones I saw online were 27×39″ finished so I made my cut of fabric 28×40″. And my fabric was coincidentally JUST the right size. Wooohoo.
Measure to make sure it’s the correct size.