This is the second crib sheet I bough. I wouldn’t let my granddaughter sleep on anything else. The sheet is soft and comfortable and being organic is a plus.
This sheet is the perfect color and the quality is amazing.
My first experience with Parachute was with their towels. So when we had our daughter I knew exactly what towels I wanted for her. Then when it was time to move her into her crib I started looking for cute sheets. I was paralyzed with choice. Then it dawned on me. Why would I want anything other than Parachute to be what my daughter sleeps on. Her soft skin only deserves the best so I took the plunge and got the linen sheets. They were so soft but what I didn’t expect was as we have washed them they are only getting softer. My only question: When do I get mine!?
I only wish this sheet had existed when my baby was first born. I would have only bought Parachute. The linen is soft, the color (I bought the dusty pink) is feminine without being offensively girly, and the quality is what I expect from the brand. I'll buy more products as our daughter needs them.
So sad to write this review as my initial response to the quality and aesthetic of parachute baby bedding was positive. A little over a year of owning this crib sheet the fabric pilled, showed signs of fabric deterioration and finally began to shred. When bringing this to Parachute customer service’s attention the response was offensive. Customer care told me I shouldn’t wash my toddler’s sheets frequently, wash only on gentle cycle and that the fabric deterioration with 16 months of use was “normal”. First of all, I ordered linen. Linen is extremely durable and should retain its soft nature over years of use, there is a reason that Belgian linen bedding is passed from generation to generation. Second, for the price of Parachute I should be satisfied with the quality and durability. Again, this is toddler bedding, meant for frequent use and washing, it should hold its quality and appearance. So sad that this company was not what I thought it was.