make your own quilted easter eggs

NO-SEW quilted Easter egg pattern eBook!

Your instructions were so good, very detailed and I had no problem following them. Excellent tutorial!” -Karen

You guys LOVED the new quilted Easter eggs I posted about (thank you!)… I finally got the eBook finished for you. :)

Not only are these so much fun to make… the possibilities are endless for decorating them.

Different color combos, ribbons, embellishments… I mean, they’re Easter eggs, right? So you can use lots of bright colors, patterns… get flashy!


This e-Book has over 70 step-by-step photos showing you how to make these beautiful Easter eggs.

First, I will take you through the process of creating a basic egg. After I show you the technique, I show you more ways to change the look, by making variations in the pattern and finishing your eggs.

The possibilities with these are endless, and by the time you are done with one, you will have come up with tons more of your own creative ideas. (In fact, I would love for you to tell me what you come up with down below in the comments of this post.)


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“I love these and was surprised at all the little extras you include with the directions. Thank you!!” -Gloria

pink quilted Easter egg

My designs have been featured in The Quilter Magazine, Southern Lady Magazine, Nikon, and more.

Why buy a tutorial e-Book from me?

My tutorial makes these Easter eggs a piece of cake, with tons of professional photos, and every single step clearly explained. There is nothing left for you to figure out on your own. Basically, I wrote it like I would have wanted to learn.

Even more importantly, you will learn how to make them perfectly, with an emphasis on straight lines and impeccable design (please take a quick peek through my gallery to see some examples). My instructions are chock full of my personal tips and hints for making your ornaments as absolutely beautiful as possible. I will show you how to use less materials (fabric & pins) than traditional methods (saving you money), and I will show you how to easily get all of your folds lined up perfectly (saving you frustration!). You can see some of the great reviews my tutorials have received HERE.

You will feel like I am sitting right along side of you, explaining every step. :)

And, I explain things in a way that isn’t rigid… you’ll be able to take the techniques from these tutorials, and then very easily expand on them with your own creative ideas.

“I must tell you that your tutorial was extremely helpful! So many little ways to save pins and material!! Thank you so much for your help! LOVE LOVE LOVE your ornaments!!!” -Robin


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I really take a LOT of time with each one, making sure that my photos are the best they can be, and that everything is really easy to follow. I really, really appreciate all of you who have purchased one or more of my tutorials and who have gotten as addicted to making all these quilted creations as I am! We should start a club! :D (<–Update from Future Ornament Girl – We DID start a club!)

As always, if you follow this, or any of my other tutorials, and come up with any questions along the way, please don’t hesitate to ask! You can either leave a comment here on my blog, or email me, and I’ll get back to you with an answer as soon as I can. :)

Happy Easter egg making!

folded fabric Easter eggs

Here’s what happens when you purchase a pattern from me:

My tutorials are in PDF format, which means they will be emailed to you as soon as you purchase. No waiting!

As soon as you complete your payment, you will receive an email from me, which will contain the links to your patterns.

If for some reason, you do not receive your email, just let me know, and I will make sure you get it.


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  1. Colleen Bachmann on February 5, 2018 at 12:37 am

    Staci I just love your work. Do you sell hard copies as I’m computer illiterate?

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  3. Barbara Vasquenz on January 25, 2020 at 2:40 pm

    How many pieces of each fabric do you need to make the second egg pattern?

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  5. Cheryl on February 21, 2021 at 8:33 pm

    Can you tell me the dimensions of the fabric squares if using a smaller foam egg?

  6. Karen Caudill on February 3, 2023 at 10:37 pm

    How do I sign up

  7. Denise on December 17, 2023 at 9:07 am

    I purchased the egg pattern and read through the directions and just wanted to know on the last two egg instructions can a foam egg with lines be used and if so which lined egg. Thank you so much.

    • Sarah Cinocco on December 18, 2023 at 10:04 pm

      Hi Denise, the foam eggs with 8 lines work best for this pattern. I hope that helps!

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