Fun Fabric Carrots

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Tempt the Easter Bunny with These Crafty Carrots!

These cute fabric carrots will add a playful touch during spring, especially as part of your Easter decor. They’re quick to stitch up, so make several in scraps of orange and green fabrics.





Fabric CarrotsDisplay your carrots in a bowl, strung from a garland or in any number of ways. We love the look of this bunch of carrots hung from the front door. Notice that these carrots don’t have fabric leaves. Instead, greenery is tucked into the top of the bunch (here’s the tutorial).

Fabric CarrotsPhoto courtesy of The Ballard Bunch.

We could not find an exact pattern for this project, but it’s not hard to make. All you need is a tall skinny triangle for the carrots and a rounded off rectangle for the leaves. You can make your own templates from the visual tutorial provided by A Confetti Life. Simply increase the sizes, while keeping the proportions, if you want larger carrots.

Fabric CarrotsStitch two triangles together, turn and stuff. For each leaf, sew two leaf shapes together and turn. Gather the top of the carrot together, tuck in three leaves, and stitch to secure. Add a green ribbon and you’re done!

Click here for the full “Fabric Carrots” tutorial from A Confetti Life. It’s free.

 

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