Baby Cot Bed Duvets & Pillows

At The Little Green Sheep, we understand that your little one's sleep is important to you. That's why we only use 100% organic materials in our baby duvets and bespoke pillows, so you can rest assured that your child is snuggled up safely and snugly at night. Read more

100% Organic Cotton

Breathable

Super Soft

Cot Bed Duvets & Pillows

Our certified organic cotton is grown without the use of harmful pesticides or chemicals, and is gentle on sensitive skin. Plus, our unique quilted design means that the filling stays in place, providing even distribution of warmth for a restful night's sleep.

As well as being super snuggly, all of our gentle cot bed duvets and comfortable pillows are also practical, as they are machine washable and can be tumble dried on a low heat.

With The Little Green Sheep, you can be sure that your little one will sleep soundly and safely.

What tog should cot bed duvet be?

As a general guide, a cot bed duvet should be between 4.5 and 7 togs. If you live in a warm climate or it is summertime, you may want to use a lower tog duvet. Conversely, if you live in a cold climate or it is wintertime, a higher tog duvet may be required.

When can my baby have a duvet?

Most babies will be able to use a duvet from around nine months old, but always check with your GP first if you are unsure. Duvets can be a suffocation hazard for young babies, so it is important to make sure your baby is old enough and able to safely use one.

At what age should babies start using pillows?

Again, this is something you should discuss with your GP, but as a general guide, most babies will be able to use a pillow from around 18 months old. Remember that pillows can also be a suffocation hazard for young babies, so always take care and follow your GP's advice.

Are baby head pillows necessary?

There is no medical evidence to suggest that pillows are necessary for babies, but some parents find them useful. If you do choose to use a pillow for your baby, make sure it is soft and lightweight. Never put a pillow in your baby's cot or crib.