New Video Tutorial: Sewing the Fabric Easter Egg

This has been an enormously popular project and a lot of readers have asked for some extra help with the more challenging aspects of sewing the lining and zipper of the Fabric Easter Egg.  So here's a complete video tutorial that shows the whole process, step-by-step for Sewing the Fabric Easter Egg.

I've sped up the video in the tutorial, but it's still a little long.  That's because I really wanted to make sure you could see absolutely everything.  Don't be afraid to skip ahead or pause and come back to sections to see exactly how the Fabric Easter Egg is sewn.

I've added a link below to the free pattern on Craftsy as well as links to the full written tutorial on our website.  There are subsequent projects for making the Fabric Easter Bunny as well as making the Easter Bunny Clothing that I have copied below as well so you can have everything in one place.

We're already starting to see some great photos from our readers of Fabric Easter Egg projects that they have completed.  I'll do a separate post next week to share some of those.  Please email me with some pics if we can include your work too!

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Here's a recap of the whole Fabric Easter Egg and Easter Bunny series.

Fabric East Egg Pattern Download:

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Download the Free Pattern

You can download the pattern for this Fabric Easter Egg from our account at Payhip.

For help downloading and printing PDF patterns, please CLICK HERE.

Fabric Easter Egg Made with Fabric Scraps

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Introducing Daisy-The fabric Easter bunny that will make you giggle

fabric easter bunny

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Easter Bunny Clothing: a Wardrobe for Daisy & Duke

Easter bunny clothing

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marlene welch
marlene welch

what a gorgeous thing any little girl or boy would be thrilled, gathering up my courage but I would have to make two! and much time, we will see! thank you for sharing…what a
wonderous mind you have, Gods blessings

Sandra Loree
Sandra Loree

I’m so glad you made a video. However, with it sped up it’s still hard. I’ve been sewing for 66 years and the more difficult parts need slowing down. Thank you so much for all your hard work and for sharing.

Mayra Cecilia
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Reply to  Sandra Loree

Hi Sandra, you can slow down the video on You tube. Go to “Settings” represented by the wheel, click on speed then change it to the speed desired.