Make your own diy Easter baskets with pretty bunnies and flowers. An easy and quick, but super cute sewing project! Find out more about this little crafty project – and a special pattern bundle available now!
I think I’m obsessed with easy sewing projects. Tell me I’m not the only one! I’ve been making easy projects since Christmas and I enjoy the creative flow so much I think I could go on like this forever. This time, it’s all about pretty bunnies and flowers. Hello, early spring!
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Diy Easter Baskets
Aren’t these bunny prints gorgeous? They look so spring-like with all the tiny hearts and butterflies – and perfect for fussy cutting, too!
Want to make these cute little Easter baskets yourself?
You can get all three patterns as a bundle at half the price of the individual patterns: get the pattern bundle here in my shop.
I’d love for you to come over and take a look, help yourself to a few freebies while you’re there – and let me know what you think!
They remind me of Easter baskets, and of springtime. The perfect place to hide some Easter candy! I used the Kaia and the Lea patterns for the baskets. Lea is the one with scallops and flowers:
I wanted the scalloped top to be folded down, so I used the floral print as lining. I loved the grass-green stripes, they look like little stems for the flowers.
Diy Easter Basket Sewing Tips
If you want to sew up a few of these bins yourself, here are a few sewing tips that will help you acchieve the same look:
Here are two things to consider when using a directional print for a basket like the ones with the bunnies. First, use the main print as lining layer. Second: cut the prints upside-down.
No really, trust me. Align those cute little bunnies so they are facing upside down when cutting the fabric. That’s because they will be placed on the inside, and then you’ll want to fold that bunting top down. See?
Also, I added stronger interfacing to the lining layer, because it’s the lining that will show when the top is folded over. But that’s just a personal preference. The patern calls for light-weight interfacing, but if you want to make them sturdy and super stable, feel free to use medium-weight interfacing, or fusible fleece.
The little bunny print is so sweet I couldn’t help myself but make an additional little coin purse, just for this occasion. Isn’t it adorable?
Thank you for stopping by. Get the patterns here and make something cute!