Make a Garland and More from Sweet Easter Templates

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Finish Them However You Like!

This sweet garland is just one of the many ways these charming Easter applique templates can be used. Turn the squares into coasters, pot holders, or tuck them into Easter baskets.  You can also use the applique shapes for a small wall or table quilt.

We love how the designer pieced the chick, egg, bunny, and carrot from small scraps. She then fused them to a background, layered the squares with lace around the outside, then stitched and turned them.

Easter Templates from Nana Company

Hand quilting around the applique shapes and the outside edges provides a lovely finishing touch.

The finished sizes are not provided but the applique shapes print out at 3.25″ – 4.25″ tall.

Learn how they were made by Amy from Nana Company at the following link.

Click here for “a chick, an egg, a bunny, a carrot” article.

You’ll also need the applique templates found here.


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