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!
Here’s another one, using mostly the same fabrics, mixed with a few other scrap pieces that I already had:
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. :)
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.
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)…
And, another Longaberger fabric I love… Easter Egg Hunt:
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)
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. :)