Cow Baby Quilt for Nursery Decor

Posted by Bobbie Stucki on

When it comes to creating a cozy and stylish nursery for your little one, the possibilities are endless. One trendy and adorable option is a cow baby quilt in hot pink and black and white cow prints. This quilt is not only practical for keeping your baby warm and comfortable, but it also adds a fun and playful touch to the decor.


To make this cow rag quilt we gathered the following materials:

  • Coordinating fabric
  • Black and white cow print fabric
  • Cow face fabric we Subliminated 
  • Sewing machine
  • Coordinating thread
  • Rotary cutter
  • Cutting mat
  • Ruler
  • Rag Quilt Snips

To begin, we printed the fabric in house and subliminated the cow print and cow face onto quality polyester fabric. 

thanks to our awesome instagram and Facebook family we were able to narrow down the coordinating fabrics. The fabrics are all available in our etsy supply shop

We then cut the fabric into squares using a rotary cutter, cutting mat, and ruler. We used the easy peasy rag quilt pattern 

Once you have all of your pieces cut out, you can start piecing them together. Lay out your fabrics in the pattern you desire. Sew the squares together using a 1/2 inch seam allowance, creating rows

Next, sew the rows together, making sure the seams are aligned. You should now have a quilt  

Next, snip the exposed seams like this video on YouTube from our channel

Next, Washing the quilt. We typically only do a rinse cycle to just get the quilt wet. Then toss it in the dryer and follow these washing instructions

Once the quilt is dry, it is ready to use in your nursery! The hot pink or red and black and white cow print combination creates a bold and playful look that is sure to be a hit with both parents and babies.

In conclusion, a cow rag quilt in hot pink or red and black and white cow prints is a fun and trendy option for baby bedding and nursery decor. With just a few materials and some sewing skills, you can create a cozy and stylish quilt that your baby will love.

we want to know…which quilt is your favorite?