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toddler sham


toddler sham


WAS $60   NOW $30

Choose your trim color using the drop-down menu.
(From top to bottom: berry, goldenrod, oyster, aquamarine, sky, graphite)

Our toddler sham is made from four layers of unbleached organic cotton gauze with unbelievable loft and softness. It's trimmed with a delightfully crumpled linen/cotton mitered edge. For children who already have one of our heirloom blankets, the presence of the same softness and texture in their bedding helps them to transition to their toddler bed, or makes their current bed a more comfortable place. For children who are new to our gauze, this will be their dream bedding!

There are no buttons or zippers on this pillow sham. The back has a flap closure. This pillow can be used decoratively or as a bedtime pillowcase. We think that the rules are fluid--especially when kids are involved!

26" x 19" prior to laundering,
20" x 18" after laundering*

(Measurements include 2" trim; actual pillow encasement will measure approx. 18" x 16")

+ 100% GOTS certified organic cotton with 50% cotton/50% linen trim
+ Unbleached organic cotton gauze fabric is made in an eco-friendly, sustainable mill
+ Machine wash cold, delicate cycle. Tumble dry low.
+ Designed and sewn in Georgia 

*The puckered state of gauze is achieved with washing and drying. Launder your gauze item in a cold, delicate cycle and tumble dry low. Voilà, you have puckered gauze! The weave of the fabric will appear flat prior to washing, will pucker up with laundering, and may continue to pucker up more with the next wash and dry--achieving the appearance you see in our product photos. (We include this information on an insert with each product.)

**Please note that your sham will appear oversized prior to washing. This is because we account for the good bit of shrinkage inherently involved in the first few washings of gauze.