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Fitted Mattress Protector: ......This water proof barrier fabric is both supple and lasts a long time. I'm now using Procare fabric which is a soft polymer laminated to a tough polyester knit for the barrier material that was designed to use in both home and industrial settings. This stuff is long lasting, fully machine washable, and driable.

It doesn't add bulk to your bed but still protects either the mattress or that extra sheet you have under the protector for quick middle of the night bed changes. ... this is not made to replace the sheet but to be used under the sheet. The sides are made of either a poly/cotton blend or all cotton depending on what material is in stock for use..... white is the color I use for the sides. Fabric Care: Machine Washable warm , tumble dry medium, non chlorine bleach, no iron. These fit 42" round mattressess up to 6 inch thick.

Photo.... the photo shows one of these but I do notice that i had not smoothed out the wrinkles when I snapped the photo so be aware that those are just wrinkles where I hadn't pull it out and pull it over onto the mattress well to get those out. These do fit nice and snug but they do not take the place of a sheet. For a safety style I put on the added feature on the back and it fastens on and holds secure by the wings of fabric and Velcro so that only when you tip the mattress up and physically take those apart from each other will it be able to be removed. The photo that is showing is of a sheet with the safety feature so you can see how this works as well as a photo of the back of a safety style one of these. The sheet photo shows it on a thicker mattress and the photo of the protector safety style back is on a 3" mattress. So this way you can see the difference in the overlap. It does stay snug on either the thicker or thinner mattress .

These are created at the time of purchase. Timeframe is given as 1 to 2 weeks to allow for a packed workroom and/or supply on hand of materials. Often turn around is within 3 to 5 business days but there are those times when it may actually be a full week to two weeks before an order can be fulfilled although that really is rare.

~Shipping ..... shipping costs are calculated based on average weight/size of the package.... when ordering multiples it is probably goin to over do it on the shipping and when that happens I simply refund the difference back. If you would rather I can put together a listing that combines the order, just send me a message prior to placing the order.

~Returns .... there are no returns on custom made items or fabric purchases

~Payment: ....Paypal Users....... I accept all forms of paypal payment and if you don't have a paypal account you can still use a credit card or debit card to pay for your purchase. I also accept money orders but no personal checks. Etsy checkout allows for credit and debit cards as well as etsy gift cards

Here's all the details about the Pro-Care material I use for the tops of these:

ProCare Food Safe is the leading brand of Durable, Soft, Eco-Friendly, Waterproof & Food Safe fabrics.

It's the number one preferred choice of food safe fabric around the world. This waterproof fabric is great for using in the medical, diapering, veterinary care, snack bags & other food safe products as well as being a great alternative to plastic containers.

It is free of lead, phthalates, BPA or brominates & has been CPSIA & Food Safe & Flammability tested for making food snack bags, aprons, cloth diapers & other reusable products and is 21 CFR Part 175.300 compliant for contact with foods.

It is very stable in stretch and recovery, and does not shrink. It can be seam welded to make waterproof bags using impulse sealers, plastic welders or solvents or stitched to a non-wicking seam.

ProCare food safe fabrics meets the duty, laundering & material safety standards & thus is great for using in the medical, diapering, veterinary care, food industries to create wonderful products like mattress protection sheets & covers, bib backings, change table pad covers, pet cage washable cover, easy-to-wipe aprons, food safe snack bags & lunch bags, & other waterproof incontinence products.

The opportunities are endless.

Procare fabrics outperforms other brands with a duty cycle of 300+ washings if the laundry instructions are followed as specified

Our Eco-Friendly Brands
ProCare Waterproof


Country of Origin
Made in Canada

CPSIA Status

25% polyester, 75% vinyl (proprietary formulation)

Approx. Stretch (Length)

Approx. Stretch (Width)

Below are the care instructions for ProCare FS - Food Safe & ProCare HD - Heavy Duty styles.

Washing Instructions

Only use chemicals/detergents recommended for use with flexible vinyl fabrics. Use them in the dilution prescribed by the manufacturer of the chemical.
CAUTION: If wrong detergents are used the instructions are not followed, high alkalinity could cause shrinkage, polyester fiber damage and delamination of the textile from the vinyl. Washing can be on hot or warm cycle. Use of chlorine bleach is not recommended. If you do use bleach make sure it is rinsed out thoroughly or add “anti-chlor” to rinse . If chlorine bleach from wash is retained in the product through improper or incomplete rinsing, the dryer heat can cause the vinyl to become brittle and form cracks and possibly shrink. Do NOT use solvents to wipe/clean Procare under any circumstances even for treating stains. Use of solvents can cause brittleness and delamination of the vinyl/textile in the treated areas.

Drying Instructions

Dry on low/medium low. Do not dry in hot cycle.
CAUTION: Dryer heat should not exceed 180°F /80°C. Hot spots often exceed 284°F/140°C. The laminate will soften at 180°F and liquefy and flow at 284°F. If subjected to heat in this range, depending on other factors such as duration and dryer load, the vinyl could melt. This could result in tiny pinholes, multiple pinholes in a linear group or larger holes. The most common problem occurs at a crease or fold in the fabric, which acts as a leading edge of contact in tumbling of the fabric in the dryer. When exposed vinyl comes in contact with a too hot portion of the dryer drum, the vinyl momentarily flows, adheres to the drum and pulls away or “picks off” from the vinyl leaving a hole the size of the interstice of the textile.


Monitor your drying cycle to prevent too high heat settings and inspect dryers for hot spots.

Note: This high heat drying of Procare is the most reason for spoiling of Procare based on samples that have been sent back for evaluation.

Cool Down

It is important to allow the fabric to tumble through a cool down cycle in the dryer. CAUTION: Without proper cool down the heated film may stick to itself at creased fold-overs. The weight of the load and the retained heat of the product will set fused creases. When fused creases eventually cool down they cannot be separated without tearing.

Cracking or Brittleness

Cracking can occur with any such laminate if care instructions are not followed in the wash/dry routine or if solvent cleaners are used. The two most common causes are:

1. Incomplete rinsing of chlorine bleach solution from the wash cycle. Dryer heat then causes the retained bleach to stiffen the vinyl film.

It is recommended to thoroughly rinse products and get all the bleach out prior to drying. Add “anti-chlor” to rinse cycle to ensure no residual bleach remains.

2. Spot cleaning solvent was used in effort to remove stains from. Solvent extracts plasticizer from the vinyl making it brittle and compromises the quality.

Spot cleaners should never be used on vinyl.

Frequently asked questions about AngelsWings

You will note that each individual item is given a time frame to have it done in. A full set can be completed between 3 to 8 weeks depending on how many pieces you need done, the style chosen and how full the workroom is at the time your order is in. 4 weeks is about average for full sets. I keep an updated schedule page with more details about turn-around time and announcements from the workroom. https://angels-wings.com/schedule

If you need a set by a specific date please let me know when you first place your order and I will let you know if your deadline can be reached.

Small orders I do try and work along with larger orders if possible.
Lots of pre-selected collections are available. I can also do a set from your own materials you purchase locally and ship to me or from materials you have shipped directly here. I will be happy to help your with your yardage needs for pieces you want created from your materials. Yardage needs listed are based on 44 to 45 inch material . If you will be using a pattern that I'll need to match at the seams or that will need to be cut so that in items like a bedskirt the pattern will flow seamlessly then yardage needs can change.... I'll just need to know a bit about your material to figure yardage such as how often the pattern repeats vertically and horizontally as well as the width of your material.
My clients purchase my services .... this can be done prior to completion of your order or after the set is completed, this is actually very popular with my clients. My clients send me their materials and once I have it in hand I look it over. We then finalize any details and I then work you into the schedule. See the schedule page for more details on turn-around time ect. Once I have your order finished I take photos of it so you can see it. At that time if you have made payment for your order I double check shipping, refund any difference if there is one, and ship your order out. If you have opted to wait till the order is completed I put a listing together at that time. Orders are shipped once payment is received & sewing is complet.
Oh yes, I've been making the bedding sets since 2002 so I've got loads of photos of past work.

If you are using one of the pre-selected collections the fabric is included in those. If you will be using your own fabric that's going to depend on the style and what items you will have made. I do generally put inside each listing basic needs. If we are using a print then we may need additional amounts to match it so that the pattern flows around your crib. I'll be happy to help you figure what you need.
Just contact me. I can't possibly put together a listing for every combination you can think of obviously but I do have many individual listings so you can see what I do and I'm always happy to make a combined listing for clients. You will note on the pre-selected fabric collections there is a #and then a letter. The letters represent fabric costs per yard so if you have a fabric you find that you want me to use you can look at one of those listings to get an idea of what the final cost would be if I purchase the fabric for you..... those start with #E which is $5 yard fabric and runs through #S which is $19 yard fabric which is what spoonflower.com fabric done on Kona cotton costs.
Yes if it is a sewing services listing..... the listings that are just for labor costs and not pre-made items. Those are sewing services listings. I find that what clients want is a set that is unique to them and not off the rack and what everyone else has. That's why I offer the sewing services. Then I do have pre-selected fabrics listings which include the cost of the fabric as well as the labor costs. If you have found a fabric you like that I don't have listed I'm always happy to put a listing together or if you like part of the fabrics in a listing but want to add something else to it just contact me. I'm flexible and always willing to put together custom listings.
No, I figure labor costs based on what each individual item takes me time wise to create. If you order 10 sheets for example it's still going to take me the same amount of time to make 10 sheets for one client as it would take me to make 1 sheet each for 10 clients. I do have very reasonable rates and they are as low as I can go and still provide for my family. If you order multiples of something and it means I can use a smaller packaging then I do check shipping at the end and refund if there's an overage. Each listing does include a small handling amount in it to cover the cost of the packaging supplies such as tape, labels, ink and to offset the cost associated with accepting payments as I do get charged a little for that.
Shipping for most of the listings is based on the average weight and size box that an order comes out to. Etsy doesn't allow me to set it up to combine shipping by weight so if you do order from individual listings sometimes it will really be out of wack. For situations like that if you have gone through with the listing I will do a refund on the back end if it over charged you. If you want it all together I can put a listing together combining what you need all in one listing. I ship through the postal service and that means it's based on the zip code it is going to, the weight of the package, and the size of the box. I do have a small handling fee included which helps cover the costs associated with selling services here on etsy.
No, sorry but at this time I work orders first in first out. I will work with a momma that is having a true emergency if possible but I try to keep it as fair as possible to all my clients. If an interest is shown in rush options that may be something I explore in the future.

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