Easy Easter Sewing Projects For A More Fun Holiday!
Aside from Christmas, Easter is my children’s favorite holiday! They always love being part of the annual Easter egg hunts in the area. At the same time, they also love helping me in painting the eggs in all the crazy, fun colors and patterns they could come up with! Thus, with such Easter enthusiasts around me, I eventually became one myself. As a result, I began to enjoy making Easter desserts, and – you guessed it- making Easter sewing projects! Read on below to check out my round-up.
1. Bunny Purse
I love purses, because they are handy and they’re able to match different outfits. Obviously, this bunny purse fits the bill! Achieve this classic purse by using gray linen fabric, and fusible interfacing for reinforcement.
2. Felt Carrot Pencil Holder
3. Bunny Hooded Towel
Babies and bunnies are cute on their own, therefore, the best thing to do is to create the cutest combination ever! Achieve the funny bunny face with white and black fabric. And add the fluffy bunny ears white and pink towels and applique.
4. Carrot Pillow
Cuddle up with a giant, fluffy version of carrots at night! Create your own by layering two pieces of 5″ x 12″ orange felt. Use a zigzag stitch to attach the orange fabric strips across the orange felt!
5. Bunny Tote Bag
Create your own simple and chic bunny tote bag by sewing the bunny face using embroidery thread and needle. Don’t forget to cut a fusible interfacing larger than the bunny face area to keep the face firm!
6. Bunny Spring Linens
With pale pink and gray as a surprisingly great color scheme, this will definitely add a touch of spring in your kitchen. Trace the bunny’s silhouette on the wrong side of the fabric and cut it out. Press and sew it on the right side of the linen.
7. Bunny Hand Puppets
Creativity is encouraged in our household, so these bunny hand puppets were an instant win! To sew eight bunny hand puppets – the more, the merrier! – use six 18″ pieces of wool felt.
8. Bunny Treat Bag
Since there are carrot treat bags, of course, there are also bunny treat bags! The secret to these colorful treat bags is in using four 5″ square pieces of fabric for each treat bag.
9. Easter Placemats
With its bright colors and sleek lining, it’s not surprising this uplifting and cheerful placemat is one of my personal favorites. Sew this place mate by layering different colored fabrics and quilts, and then cutting out the shape and size of the placemat you want.
10. Quilted Carrot Table Runner
Subtly entice your children into warming up to vegetables with this carrot table runner. Use at least seven assorted orange hued fabric to have more depth in your table runner.
11. Carrot Treat Bag
With treats given away freely, carrying them using your hands is not enough. Best part is with your 6″x 6″ or 6″x 7″ scrap fabrics, you can already make these carrot treat bags!
12. Easter Basket Liner
It’s not Easter without an Easter egg hunt! So, gather your ribbons and doll up your baskets with this whimsical basket liner! And since Easter baskets come in all different shapes and sizes, make sure to measure your basket before doing any cutting!
13. Hanging Bunny Peeps
Ditch the regular triangular banners and spice it up with these bunny cut-outs! For accurate and symmetrical eyes and nose for your bunnies, use the eraser tip of a pencil and dip it into the paint pot.
14. Easter Peter Dress
Who says you can’t bring Easter into your outfits? With a vintage touch, this layered dress can definitely be for all seasons. Use complimentary colors – like green and pink – for the two layers of the dress.
15. Quilted Fabric Basket
Practice your quilting skills with this quilted basket. Not only will this catch the eye of your fellow egg hunters, it will also keep the eggs you find warm and cozy! Get the cushion feel of the basket by using fusible fleece.
16. Ruffled Easter Basket
If you’re into a more fun and sassy vibe, then this ruffled Easter basket is for you! For the three layer of fabric, it’s best to have them in a good ratio. For example, have the strips measured as 3″, 4.5″ and 6″.
17. Spring Bunny Pillow
Bring Easter to your bedroom or living room with this cuddly and comfy pillows. Get the bunny’s silhouette right by tracing it at the wrong side of the fabric. Use an exact knife to cut it – be very careful!
18. Fabric Easter Egg
In charge of preparing the eggs for the Easter egg hunt? Try something different with these fabric Easter eggs! Create the egg’s shape by using fiberfill or nature fill.
19. Flower Bunny Dishtowel
Perfect for newlyweds celebrating their first Easter together, this flower bunny dishtowel will add a touch of romance to your kitchen! Whether you use lace or any other trim, sew it just above the ruffle seam.
20. Bunny Lovey
This one is a perfect match for those who have young children in their households! This bunny lovey will keep your children or younger cousins company at night. A small tip in turning the bunny ears inside out: use an unsharpened pencil.
21. Easter Bunny Softie
This bunny softie is not only a charming decoration for your household. This could also be a thoughtful gift for anyone, from your youngest cousin to your eldest grandma! After sewing the two bunny body pieces, make sure to carefully use the shears to trim any excess fabric to create a sleek and complete look.
For more Easter sewing projects, check out this video from Melly Sews!
Have fun this Easter season with these colorful projects! Thus, let the season inspire you to start new projects to make your days bright and as fun as an Easter egg hunt! Bond with your family and friends with these projects. After all, it’s the season of cute bunnies, carrots, and fancy eggs!
What Easter sewing project caught your attention? Let us know by leaving your comment below! Looking for more spring sewing projects? Try these 33 Spring Sewing Projects For Beginners!