No-Sew Fabric Eggs Are Great for Spring

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Make Them Up for Easter, Christmas, and More!

Choose between three beautiful fabric Easter eggs to supplement your spring decor. Hang them from an egg tree, attach them to a wreath, include them in a centerpiece or even put one at each place setting for Easter morning.

All of the eggs designed by Adamandia Karamanou from Ada Quilted Creations are made with folded fabric attached to polystyrene eggs. There’s no sewing involved and they’re easy to make. Finished eggs are 3″ – 4″ tall.

Ombre Quilted Egg Pattern

The first design is a traditional look that will be great in any color theme. Gradual variations in value give the eggs an ombre look or play up the contrasts for a striped effect.

Ombre Quilted Egg Pattern

Click here to purchase the “Ombre Quilted Egg” pattern.

A second design is wonderful for showcasing a special print or pretty fabric motif. Play with your favorite fabrics to create your own beautiful eggs.

Swan Egg Pattern

Swan Egg Pattern

Click here to purchase the “Swan Egg Pattern.”

The third design is also great for featuring special prints. As with the “Swan Egg”, it will be beautiful in holiday prints for display on Christmas trees, too.

Kimekomi and Folded Fabric Egg Pattern

Kimekomi and Folded Fabric Egg Pattern

Click here to purchase the “Kimekomi and Folded Fabric Egg” pattern.

You’ll find polystyrene eggs here.


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