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Rodeo Rider kits are saddled up and ready to ride off to a special rootin’ tootin’ baby!!

Rodeo rider baby quilt kits

I made this popular Backyard Baby pattern in two color ways…pink for the Cowgirl & blue for the Cowboy. I love the swirls and stars quilting Paige did for me.

Rodeo rider baby quilt kits

Tossed horshoes and cowboy boots are scattered among stars, horses and hats. This western quilt kit is sure to please that lil’ babe. Use it as a stroller blankie, crib blankie, or nursery decor.

Rodeo rider baby quilt kits

 

Rodeo rider baby quilt kits

These would be a perfect shower gift for twins!

Rodeo rider baby quilt kits

Each KIT comes complete with pattern, fabrics for the top, backing & binding. Batting NOT included. KIT can be found in the SewModDesigns Etsy shop. Finished quilt measures 40″x40″.

And don’t forget…a posted tutorial on how to add the optional flange can be found by clicking HERE.

Come and get em’ y’all!

backyard baby (390x351)

A quick way to add some dimension and decorative flair to your quilt is by adding a flange. On the pattern, Backyard Baby, we add it as one of the ways to transition the borders from one to the other. A flange can be used between borders or before you attach your binding. Using Backyard Baby as our pattern, I’m going to show you just how easy adding a flange is!

Cut (3) 1″ strips WOF.

Flange tutorial

Connect all 3 strips on the diagonal…just like you would when you prepare a binding.

Flange tutorial

Trim the seam to 1/4″ and press open.

Flange tutorial

Press your flange wrong sides together lengthwise.

Flange tutorial

Starting on one side of the quilt, place raw edges together and lay the folded edge of your flange facing in towards the quilt.

Flange tutorial

At this point we’re basically going to baste the flange to the quilt. I use a normal stitch length and about an 1/8″ seam allowance.

Flange tutorial

When you come to the end of the first side of the quilt, stop and trim the flange even with the bottom.

You’ll notice that I did not cut and measure my flange according to the length of each side, but instead left all three lengths a continuous piece and trimmed as I went. Since Backyard Baby is a small quilt, I feel the risk of stretching it out of proportion is minimal…and I’m a wee bit lazy… But if you feel you’d rather cut the specific flange lengths, then you would first cut (4) 27-1/2″ pieces and proceed with the following steps. If you are adding a flange to a larger quilt or the binding on a different quilt, please measure your sides and pre-cut your flange accordingly to ensure that you do not stretch your sides. This will keep your quilt ‘squared up’.

Flange tutorial

Turn the quilt to work on the next side. Place your flange right on top of the first flange, and continue basting this side until you reach the bottom, and trim again.

Flange tutorial

Repeat for all four sides of your quilt.

Flange tutorial

At this point, you’ll begin adding your borders, right on top of the flange, using a 1/4″ seam allowance. Basically pretending your flange isn’t even there. And your end result should look something like this…

Flange tutorial

 

“Strawberry Vintage Market” COMPLETE Baby Quilt Kit is here. I spent some time this week kitting this cutie up.

Vintage market quilt kits

 

Looking for a sweet & adorable baby girl quilt that is quick and easy to put together?

Vintage Market is Riley Blake’s newest fabric line and we’ve taken all the sweetness of this much awaited line from Tasha Noel and designed it just for baby in our most popular quilt kit.

Vintage Market quilt kits

 

Take baby on a stroller ride to the local market, where vintage quilts are hung for sale, sweet strawberries and homemade jam are sold at the farmstand and fresh flowers are in bloom.

Vintage market

The center fabric is framed with the red strawberry scalloped vines and carried over to the binding.

Vintage market riley blake

The border fabric is a navy tossed bouquet of flowers and the backing is your choice of a fun bike ride or pink strawberries. You get to choose to make it your own!

Vintage market quilt kits

This quilt is perfect for a new baby, the nursery, as a wall hanging or a blankie for the carrier or stroller.

Quilt KIT is a perfect for the beginner & measures 40″ x 40″ .
Everything is included with your quilt including, backing, binding, quilt front and a free pattern!
The only thing needed is the batting.

 

Vintage Market has complete step by step instructions to ensure you have a great time creating a one of a kind baby heirloom that’s handmade by you.

Vintage market quilt kits

If you’re looking for Vintage Market fabric, we have FQ stacks and some yardage left. Visit the SewModDesigns Etsy shop.

vintage market fabric

Vintage market quilt kits

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