Thankfully baby boy is on the mend and I had a few minutes to get this up.
My younger little stinker has two bottom teeth. E has also started to stand. His crib does come with a plastic teething rail guard, but it really does nothing.
It protects the top of the rail only. So, I made the little guy a teething rail cover for his crib. Chomp away little guy! This is super simple.
I used 14 for one rail guard. Measure and cut your fabric and batting.
Sew these down on all sides and make the corners square. Sandwich your fabric, batting, and ribbon.
The fabric should have the pattern facing out. Pin everything in place. Sew along the edges. I did a double seam because I like the look of it.
I sewed a seam down the length of the rail guard so it would fold over a bit easier. The stitch length was a little too short for the thickness hence the rippling. I was too lazy to get the seam ripper.
So now that we have the cover on her crib, I definitely sleep better at night knowing she can now chew away at the top of it if she wants to. I thought I could do it myself and noticed that it was going crooked, tried to fix it seen it was taking paint off and just made sure to straighten what I could out. Mine has wide rails and I would not be able to use the other rails that are available on the market.
Tie the teething rail guard on securely and have a little peace of mind. No more paint chips or damaged wood! You may need to double knot the ties depending on the fabric your use for the ties.
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