Charming Egg Pockets for Your Spring Table

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A Bit of Stitching and Fusible Applique and They’re Done!

Pretty fabrics and an easy pattern are all you need to make these charming egg pockets. They’ll brighten your spring table and provide a wonderful touch for Easter.

The pockets are large enough for silverware, treats, and other goodies. You can even partially tuck in name tags for place settings. Place them on each dinner plate to welcome everyone to the table.

Egg Pockets

The rest of the time they can be arranged in the center of the table in a circle for a charming faux table topper for spring.

These pockets are super easy to make. It won’t take long to finish them up and have them on the table.

Each egg pocket, from designer Sweetwater, is 6.5″ x 5.5″.

Click here to purchase the “Egg Pocket” pattern.



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