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Thursday, April 17, 2014

Fabric Easter Eggs

Hi everyone,
Easter is almost here and today I finally finished my Easter eggs. They look really delicious but I can not eat them :-) I wanted to make it since the beginning of the month but time always flies - oh well that's life!
I didn't sew any garments during this past two weeks but I have time to clean up my sewing space and separate some of the fabrics that I want to sew on the next couple weeks. Beside that, I also worked on the blog, if you noticed - I changed the blog header and organized my pages tab. I think it looks nicer now :-)

Well, I am not going to bore you more with explanations.  Now I am going to show you my delicious Easter eggs,
For the materials - I used my fabric scraps from stash, polyester stuffing and threads.
For the pattern - I used free pattern and easy step by step tutorials from Retro Mama - Fabric Easter Eggs - I found this easy and quick crafts to make through Jessica's blog, she also made these cute eggs and hosting "Scrap Basket Sunday Link-Up". So, I decided to join her fun party. Please feel free to head over her blog, The Sterling Thimble if any of you are interested to join.

If you follow my facebook page, you have seen yesterday that I posted my fabrics for these Easter eggs. I did 2 eggs yesterday and continue working with it this morning. It was a very fun little project to make :-)
Here is my sewing in progress,
my fabrics scrap after cutting
 
sew the edges according to the instructions and turn it inside out


fill all of them with polyester stuffing, hand sew the final part and done!


That's all my quick post for today. Happy Easter to you all!

16 comments:

  1. Hana,
    Happy Easter to you and your family..
    Love your Easter eggs..

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    1. Thank you Judy :)
      Have a wonderful Easter to you and your family too.

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  3. These are just so sweet (but not at all fattening :)).A very blessed Easter Hana.

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    1. Thank you for making me laugh, Sarah Liz :-D
      A very blessed Easter to you too :)

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  4. So much prettier than chocolate eggs. Happy Easter, Hana.

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    1. Thank you Kathy :)) Have a blessed Easter to you too.

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  5. Wow! That's a beautiful project ... and very sweet. Love it! Happy Easter to you and your family, darling.

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    1. Thank you so much dear lady! Have wonderful Easter to you and family :)

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  6. These are adorable! Perfect way to use up colourful scraps -- too late for me this year but great start on next year :) Happy Easter!

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  7. Thank you Melwyk! Yes, you should try to make this little fun project next year :)

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  8. So cute! Great job. Love the changes to your blog. :)

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  9. So cute! I hope you had a lovely Easter :)

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    1. Thank you Carolyn! Yes, we had a lovely Easter :)

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