Top 20: Toddler Quilts, Comforters & Duvet Covers

Top 20: Toddler Quilts, Comforters & Duvet Covers

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Carrie McBride
Sep 12, 2016
(Image credit: Katie Holdefehr)

Nights are getting chilly all over the country and parents are starting to think about warm-weather bedding for their kids. If your toddler has outgrown the sleepsack (or just doesn't like it), now's the perfect time to take a look at the prettiest comforters, quilts and duvets for the toddler set.

First, a safety note: Blankets, comforters, duvets, etc. should not be placed in a crib with a young infant. The American Academy of Pediatrics warns against any loose bedding until babies are at least a year old:

Keep soft objects, loose bedding, or any objects that could increase the risk of entrapment, suffocation, or strangulation out of the crib. Pillows, quilts, comforters, sheepskins, bumper pads, and stuffed toys can cause your baby to suffocate. Note: Research has not shown us when it's 100% safe to have these objects in the crib; however, most experts agree that after 12 months of age these objects pose little risk to healthy babies.

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Your little one is sure to have sweet dreams when wrapped in a comforter adorned with a parade of animals.


A graphic pattern makes this black-and-white baby blanket modern and minimal.


The perfect blanket to take along on your next big trip, this cuddly option is covered in the tell-tale signs of a cross-country adventure: trailers, cars, trees, and campfires.


A colorful geometric design on one side, adorable doodles on the other, and a delicate pom-pom trim along the edge—could this comforter get any cuter?


$10, for duvet cover and pillowcase

A striped navy blanket gives a toddler's room a sweet nautical vibe.


A trendy geometric pattern on one side, a solid mint green on the reverse, this versatile coverlet can be flipped whenever the nursery needs a new look.


There's nothing sweeter than turning your toddler's playroom into a berry patch.


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This durable quilt can survive both the washing machine and the dryer.


Hand-sewn in India, each of these tile-patterned toddler quilts is a work of art. You're definitely going to want to keep this blanket long after your little one is grown.


Fluffy cumulus clouds waft across this light pink bed cover.


Designed for the toddler who loves nature walks, this charming quilt adorned with acorns, branches and pine needles turns a playroom carpet into the forest floor.


Delicate yellow triangles bounce across this rose-colored blanket.


Brighten up baby's room with a quilt trimmed in a sunny orange border.


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The most memorable way to learn to count sheep: on a super-soft quilt embellished with a hand-embroidered flock.


Block-printed and quilted by hand, this cotton voile bed cover lends a whimsical look to a child's bedroom.


This reversible duvet lets you choose between a bold green pattern and subtle blue stripes.


Adorable hand-drawn lashes are the secret to helping your toddler get some shut-eye (wishful thinking?).


Reminiscent of engineering prints, this navy blue bed cover is fit for future pilots.


Woven from a cotton-bamboo blend, this organic bedding is good both for baby and the environment.


Whenever it's not nap time, drape this quilt bedecked with Russian nesting dolls over the edge of the crib.

Looking for a toddler-size duvet insert? Here are a couple options:
IKEA, $19.99

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