Here is how I made bed linens worthy of a princess for only $5…
Reassembled the bumper the way it had been made the first time – right sides together, then turning it right sides out – a formidable task, due to the vast length. With folds of fabric and batting shoved up my arm to my shoulder, I felt like I was being eaten by a large, hungry snake.
Found another creamy-soft sheet at the thrift store, used an old crib sheet, cut apart, for a pattern, and made a custom crib sheet to compliment the bumper.
Thanks to my serger, the sheet took a mere 1/2 hour to complete, from cutting out to applying the elastic and finishing the edges.