Quilted Ornament Ideas for Easter


Looking for a little inspiration for your Easter quilted ornament projects?

Here are a few no-sew ornaments & Easter eggs I’ve made this year and in the past. I hope these give you some ideas, and inspire your own new ones. :)

Turquoise, teals, and greens are my favorites. All of the fabrics in this ornament were different fat quarters that I put together really quickly while I was shopping for other fabrics. All of the subtle differences in colors and patterns ended up looking so cute together…. more so than I expected!

Quilted Easter Eggs

Here’s another one, using mostly the same fabrics, mixed with a few other scrap pieces that I already had:

quilted easter eggs

For this next one, instead of starting at each end, and meeting somewhere near the middle of the egg shape, I started at one end, and kept going all the way to the other. (I show how to do it both of these ways in my quilted Easter Egg tutorial e-Book.)

Then, instead of using ribbon, I thought it would be fun to finish the end with sequins and beads. :)

folded fabric Easter eggs

And here’s a pink one, using just 2 different patterns of cotton fabric. These are simple and inexpensive calico prints that are available year-round at JoAnns. I added a strip of lace and some pearl-tipped pins around the middle to dress it up a bit.

Pink & White Quilted Easter Egg

Or, how about some tiny flowers for embellishing? :)


Easter Eggs aren’t the only quilted fabric projects you can do for Easter, though!

Here are a few of the quilted ball ornaments I’ve made for the season:

Jelly Beans (this is a Longaberger fabric…. sometimes you can find it on eBay)…

quilted ornament made from Longaberger Jelly Bean fabric

And, another Longaberger fabric I love… Easter Egg Hunt:

quilted ornament made from Longaberger Easter Egg Hunt fabric

Some whimsical little bunnies. :)


And finally, I made these a looong time ago, and I just dug up the picture. Cute! (based off the Snow Globe pattern)

cute quilted ball easter ornaments

Okay, so I want to see your ornaments, too! If you’ve posted any pictures online, please share the link below so we can all check them out. :)

25 Responses
  • Grace Jemiola
    March 24, 2015

    Those Easter eggs are the most adorable eggs I have seen in a long to time. I’m definitely going to make a few. Thanks for sharing.

  • Georgina Andreou
    March 24, 2015

    These r gorgeous love the fabric!

    • Staci Ann Lowry
      March 25, 2015

      Thank you, Georgina! (Most of these fabrics are from JoAnns)

      • Gay Ferland
        March 15, 2016

        Staci, gorgeous designs! My Joanns do not have those gorgeous fabrics!! :(

        • Anonymous
          March 16, 2016

          There are a lot of quilting shops online that have beautiful fabrics.

  • Natalya
    March 24, 2015

    Love all of the designs! Thank you for sharing!

  • Veronica
    March 24, 2015

    Beautiful as always! :)

  • linda
    March 25, 2015

    I need to learn how to make these

    • Staci Ann Lowry
      March 25, 2015

      Linda, they are very fun to make. I have links in the article to the different tutorials I offer here on this site, if it helps. :)

  • Christine
    March 25, 2015

    These are beautiful! My question to you. Am I allowed to sell the ones I make?
    Thanks for your time.

    • Staci Ann Lowry
      March 25, 2015

      Oh yes, absolutely! The only thing I have any sort of copyright on is my tutorial e-book itself. Other than that, these are based on an old-fashioned fabric folding technique that’s been around for ages, and anyone is certainly free to make them and sell them. (and they sell very well! I’ve been selling them online now for about 9 years. :) )

  • Donna Clough
    March 25, 2015

    would like to find out how to learn to make these ornaments myself. Can u help.

  • Linda Martin
    February 29, 2016

    I can’t find the Easter egg pattern or directions to purchase. I also wanted to know where I can buy the Longaberger fabric like you used in your Easter things. Linda M.

  • Linda Martin
    February 29, 2016

    Where can I purchase the Easter egg pattern anLd the Longaberger fabric?

  • Lucy Scoggin
    March 15, 2016

    I really would like to learn to do this but I don’t know how to start! Can you help me please?
    Thanks Lucy

  • PJ
    March 15, 2016

    I love all your fabric choices, so delicate n pretty!!!! Thanks for sharing!!!!??

  • Lynne Peaks
    March 15, 2016

    Staci every ornament is beautiful. Wish I didn’t have to ask but how do you make the quilted ones that are stacked. I’m not to the point I would even attempt to make one on my on. That’s why I love your kits. I am going to finally post some pictures when I finish my four leaf clover. Getting better all the time, all thanks to you.

  • NG
    March 15, 2016

    I have not had a chance to make an ornament yet, but your tutorial book is wonderful. The detailed instructions and photos are impressive, and it was well worth the money. I can’t wait to try making one. Thanks for sharing all your creations!

  • Rebecca
    March 15, 2016

    I liked to know how to do with ribbon on top of ornament. Do you have instruction or video to show how to do with ribbon. Thanks

  • Jo Ann Bishop
    March 15, 2016

    Your eggs are adorable, thank you for sharing

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