Ten Easter sewing projects: free tutorial roundup!

Spring is here! I wish I could say that I’m spending time outside today, but the pollen count is so high in Florida right now that I’m stuck inside taking allergy meds. Yuck.

But this springtime weather has me feeling inspired, so I’ve raided my Pinterest boards and pulled out ten of my favorite Easter-inspired projects for this free tutorial roundup! Scroll down for links to all of the projects shown below.

10 Easter Sewing Projects: Free Tutorial Roundup on the SewLindsaySew blog.

How adorable is this Easter Egg zipper pouch? It would be perfect for holding a smaller trinket within an Easter basket! Really, I just get excited about any excuse to use a fun-colored zipper. Click here for the free Easter Egg Zipper Pouch tutorial from Sewlicious Home Decor.


Photo credit: Sewlicious Home Decor

These Marshmallow Bunny Plushies – cute overload! I want to simultaneously cuddle them and eat them. Click here for the free Marshmallow Bunny Plushies tutorial from Dandelions and Lace.

Marshmallow Bunny Plushies

Photo Credit: Dandelions and Lace

I’m thoroughly impressed with this picture-perfect Easter Bunny Basket. Not only did Amy create an incredible replica of a basket featured in a Pottery Barn Kids catalog (I’m always impressed when people are able to sew something amazing that looks just like what they saw in an expensive catalog) – but all of the detailed photos and directions in the tutorial actually make this basket look like a project I can handle! Click here for the free Easter Bunny Basket tutorial from While Wearing Heels!

Easter bunny Basket - Free Tutorial

Photo Credit: While Wearing Heels

The saddest part about Easter eggs is having to throw them away after all of your hard work making them! Not so with these fabric Easter Eggs – whip up a batch and you can use them over and over for years to come. Click here for the free fabric Easter Eggs tutorial from Retro Mama.

Fabric Easter Eggs - free sewing tutorial

Photo credit: Retro Mama

You know what goes perfectly with fabric eggs? Fabric carrots! Click here for the free fabric carrots tutorial from Clare’s Craftroom.

Free fabric carrots tutorial

Photo credit: Clare’s Craftroom

No tutorial roundup would be complete without a bunting tutorial – I love bunting! And since I also love candy, I had to share this Peeps Bunny Bunting. Click here for the free Peeps Bunny Bunting tutorial from MADE.

Marshmallow Bunny Peeps bunting

Photo credit: MADE

If you’ve already got a basket, and just need an Easter Basket Liner, there are tutorials for that too! This is another Pottery Barn knock-off – I’m so impressed! Check out the free Easter Basket Liner tutorial from Dream Crafter.

Free easter basket liner tutorial

Photo credit: Dream Crafter

These egg-shaped pot holders are the perfect shape for protecting your hands! Click here for the free Easter pot holder tutorial from Miss Mary Sews.

Easter Egg potholder tutorial

Photo credit: Miss Mary Sews

Theoretically, you could make this Easy Easter Table Runner for just about any season – but I think the jumbo ric-rac around the edges make it feel extra whimsical and springy! Click here for the free Easter table runner tutorial from Make it Do.

Free Easter Table Runner Tutorial

Photo credit: Make it Do

Last, these Hungry Bunnies make me laugh (in a good way!) – I love the idea of stuffing them with Easter candy as if they “ate” the candy. Click here for The Hungry Bunny tutorial and pattern download at Lil Blue Boo.

Free hungry bunny zipper pouch tutorial

Photo credit: Lil Blue Boo

Okay, maybe I should stop writing about projects and instead, start working on some!

Happy Spring!


9 thoughts on “Ten Easter sewing projects: free tutorial roundup!

    • Thank YOU for the great tutorial! Can’t wait to try the easter egg pouch! As I said before, I love, love, love using brightly colored zippers, and that pouch is the perfect excuse. 🙂

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