Easter Sewing

on March 15 | in Sewing Inspiration | by | with 24 Comments

Spring is popping up early here, with blossoms on the trees and daffodils lending their cheer to the yard! It’s time for some Easter sewing. Check out our Easter Sewing Round-Up for Secret Pocket Easter Eggs and so much more. Don’t forget that variations on Anjeanette’s Basket from the True Love tutorials and Kristin’s Toy Gathering Bucket would both make darling Easter “baskets!”

It’s also a great time to revisit our Spring Sewing posts from last year. Get a head start on a new top, a cute skirt, spring clean your sewing room and sewing machine… Spring is in the air!

Do you have a favorite Easter sewing tutorial? Have you seen any recent tutorials for some great spring sewing projects you just love? Share links in the comments!

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24 Responses to Easter Sewing

  1. trixi says:

    Thought you might like this little baby in a pouch tutorial, after all spring is all about new little things isn’t it!

    http://www.colouredbuttons.com/2010/02/inout-or-how-monstery-triplets-can.html

  2. Chris says:

    I finally got my fabric Easter baskets designed, sewed, appliqued, and the free tutorial up tonight! (I had to make four of them for my children!) I also have a free PDF template that helps in putting them together.

    I hope you’ll check it out
    http://pickupsomecreativity.blogspot.com/2010/03/fabric-easter-basket-tutorial.html

    Happy sewing!

  3. Kristine says:

    You might be interested in a little fabric nest that I designed to hold your eggs – chocolate or other.

    http://bilbified.blogspot.com/2010/02/nesting-fabric-bowl-tutorial.html

  4. Jackie says:

    I just posted a bunny finger puppet tutorial on my blog yesterday. It uses fake fur and is simple and cute. The tutorial is free. http://blessingsoverflowing.blogspot.com/2010/03/bunny-finger-puppet-tutorial.html

  5. C. Michele says:

    I really like this one for fabric strawberries:
    http://www.modabakeshop.com/2009/07/fabric-strawberries.html

  6. I adore those pocket Easter eggs!! They are definitely going to appear on my project queue very soon.

    I am as pleased as can be that my Pebbles Skirt tutorial was shared here! Imagine my glee when I prepared to comment and saw that listed. Thanks so much! :)

  7. Sara says:

    I really enjoy this blog, REALLY! My favorite as of now for tutorials is the cd holder someone posted last year I believe under what to do with scraps. I am going to make that after I make the ticker tape quilt(since I just bought the supplies for that one!). AS OF NOW, I am finishing the binding on the potholder tutorial; ) Lovin’ it immensely!!!!!

    I am also going to go check out your video for cleaning a sewing machine on SewMamaSew as well…well ofcourse.

  8. Jeni says:

    I have these cut out (I’m going to try cotton) and waiting to find a time to secretly sew them for Easter baskets

    http://www.purlbee.com/wool-felt-jelly-beans/

    Love the yo-yo chicks! That could be an activity for my daughter

    Jeni

  9. ~Helena~ says:

    Thanks for the spring ideas. Also good idea to remind me to spring clean sewing area and give my machine some TLC. Thanks.:)

  10. Carole says:

    There are always such geat projects on this site. I am never disappointed and I cannot wait to make those easter eggs with the secret pocket for all of the neices and nephews.

  11. V and Co. says:

    and since we’re on the subject of other tutorials of springy things, here’s another tutorial i made! fabric covered eggs:
    http://www.vanessachristenson.com/2009/03/tutorial-fabric-covered-eggs.html

    and my fabric basket for the moda bake shop:
    http://www.modabakeshop.com/2009/03/fabric-easter-basket.html

  12. V and Co. says:

    fun! i did this tutorial of appliqueing(eggs) with fabric dryer sheets:
    http://www.vanessachristenson.com/2010/03/tutorial-appliqueing-with-used-dryer.html

  13. Elaine says:

    How awesome!

    What cute things you’ve gathered up!

    Thanks for the video on cleaning you
    sewing machine! I think I can do that
    now instead of asking someone else to
    do it for me!

    Happy sewing!

    Thanks!

    Elaine

  14. I love the projects!

  15. 4vs1 says:

    Thanks for all the tutorials and great ideas! I love all the ones posted in the comments too. I am loving learning to sew and I can never run out of new things to make. Loving all the Easter and Spring themed stuff!

  16. Christine says:

    Love the “chocolate bunny.”

  17. Mona says:

    Yo-yo chicks and bunnies is one of my favorites. I got a bit carried away making them last year, and we ended up with an Easter parade down the dinner table. ;-)

    http://www.thriftyfun.com/tf93442462.tip.html

  18. Sarah says:

    Here’s a cute spring skirt that you can make with just about a yard of fabric, would be fun for Easter: http://comeandseetheseitz.com/2010/02/19/simple-smocked-skirt-tutorial/

  19. andrea says:

    I have a Felt Chocolate Bunny tutorial over at my blog:
    http://andreacreates.blogspot.com/2009/04/sort-of-tutorial-for-felt-chocolate.html
    Stop by and see :)

  20. Kadybug says:

    I am so excited to see the Easter and spring stuff! Yay!

  21. Carly says:

    I see you guys had that tutorial from last year! :)

  22. Carly says:

    I love these fabric Easter eggs! http://retro-mama.blogspot.com/2009/03/easter-is-in-air.html

    Anyone have any skirt tutorials for women? (I’m checking out the one above for sure!) I have some fabric waiting to be made into an Easter skirt for me! :)

  23. Melissa says:

    Yes, I just posted something to my blog that I found on the Moda Bake Shop Blog! A really cute fabric Easter Basket tutorial! It’s so cute! http://sweetlilmelody.blogspot.com/2010/03/fabric-easter-basket-so-cute.html

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