25 Easy (and Free!) Sewing Projects for Easter

Easter is riiiiight around the corner!  Get into the spirit and make some cute projects for your kids, your house, or yourself with these free easter sewing projects from around the web.  Most of these projects are suitable for beginner sewists, and several can be done with scrap fabric.  So grab your sewing machine, some cute fabric, and let’s welcome spring with some sewing!

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Easter Sewing Patterns for the Home

After a (sometimes) long winter, it can be great to do some spring cleaning and freshen up your home with bright colors and floral patterns.

These “scrappy bunny” wall hangings from Nana Company are adorable, and a great way to get in the Easter spirit.  You can probably make these with scrap fabric alone, unless you want to make multiple (and who wouldn’t?).  Get the tutorial here.

This table runner from Make It Do is a great project for beginners, and can be made with whatever leftover (preferably spring-themed) scraps you have laying around.  You could also make these sized as placemats.  Instructions here.

This Easter Bunny pillow is a great mix between neutral tones and a fun pop of color.  You could also go crazy with patterns and colors for kids’ rooms or play areas.  Get the pattern from One Krieger Chick, available here.

This “Bunny Hop” quilt from Jedi Craft Girl is too cute!  At 40″ square, this would look great as a wall hanging to brighten a room and bring spring into your house.  Get the tutorial here.

Easter Sewing Patterns For Kids

Easter is a time for great family memories… easter egg hunts, coloring eggs, and more.  Get crafty with these sewing projects that can be done either in tandem with your kids, or to be enjoyed by your kids later.

Bunnies, eggs or chicks… can’t decide?  Make all three with these playful (and functional) totes from Free Time Frolics.  Ric rac, pom-poms and other trim make each project unique, so these would be great to do with kids.  Get the pattern here.

Give your kids a picture-perfect place to store their egg hunt spoils with this Easter basket liner from Polka Dot Chair.  Each kid can pick out their own accent patterns or even shapes (although the butterfly shown below is so cute).  Get the pattern here.

If you want to go full-fabric with your Easter baskets, check out this pattern by Diary of a Quilter.  She uses a patchwork print fabric to “cheat” and get a great patchwork-quilt feel.  She also includes patterns for the fabric eggs!  Check out the instructions here.

These DIY bunnies from Andrea’s Notebook are great for absolute beginners.  Grab some cute Easter-themed fabric, some ribbon, and use this tutorial.  Depending on your kids’ ages, you could have some young helpers.

Stitched by Crystal gives a different spin on the Easter Bunny theme with some wonderful drawstring carrot treat bags.  Get the pattern here.


For an alternative, yet just-as-cute way of stashing your Easter goodies, check out Sew Can She‘s bunny treat bags.  Get her cute (and easy) tutorial here.

This Bunny Backpack is great for Easter, but your kid might want to wear it year-round.  Sew Much Ado has a fantastic step-by-step guide for getting your kid an absolutely adorable place to stash their Easter eggs.  Get the guide here.

Easter Sewing Patterns for Girls

As though there needs to be a reason for cute girls’ dresses… Easter offers another excuse for adorable prints and lovely florals.  Make a dress (or two!) for your kids for a memorable way to welcome spring.

This Easter Bunny ears headband practically begs for an Easter-themed photoshoot with your daughter.  Get on over to Wife Made for a colorful adorable way for your kid to get in the Easter spirit.  Get the pattern here.

Most dresses, especially girls’ dresses, can be themed simply by the colors and patterns used… in the case of Easter, lots of pastels and florals.  Sew Your TV offers a great girls’ dress pattern that can be easily customized for a lovely spring look, using plenty of flower embellishments.  Pattern here.

Make a cute and coordinating set of dresses for your daughters with this DIY Contrast Bib dress from iCandy Handmade.  Swap the chevrons out for florals or bunny prints if you please.  Pattern available here.

The Party Dress from The Cottage Mama would look great year-round in a variety of pattern combinations.  Pick up some pretty Easter prints from your local fabric store and sew an adorable look for your daughter with this pattern.

If your daughter isn’t a dress girl (or you just love these flutter sleeves), check out this “Hello Spring” Girls top from Its Always Autumn.  A playful dotted print with flouncy sleeves and a peplum ruffle combines for a darling look.  Get the pattern here.

Lastly, here’s a simple and fresh Easter Sunday Dress from Shwin and Shwin.  Get the pattern here and doll your daughter up with a simple shift dress and ribbon.

Bonus:  this pattern isn’t free, but it’s too darn cute not to include.  Check out this “bunny ears back” dress from Peek-a-boo pages.

Easter Sewing Patterns for Boys

There are plenty of cute patterns for girls, but let’s not leave the boys out.  Ties and bowties can be made from leftover fabric, which can be especially cute if you have multiple kids and want to have a matching family look.

Here’s a cute little tie for your little guy with great, step-by-step instructions from Little Bit Funky.  With a small amount of fabric, you’ll have a nice tie for your kiddo in 20 minutes.  Get the pattern here.

If bowties are more your son’s style, check out this tutorial with from Make It Love It.  With not much fabric and not much time (under an hour), you’ll have a cute Easter-themed themed look.

Chances are, your kid already has a dress shirt for holidays and formal events.  If not, or you can’t find the right color or print, here’s a great tutorial by Nina Makes.  The pastel plaid pictured below fits the Easter theme perfectly.

Easter Sewing Patterns for Women (something for Mom!)

There are plenty of cute looks for kids, but what about grown-ups?  These looks can either be made in spring-themed patterns and colors to thematically fit your family’s Easter look.  Or, if you’re into it, buy lots of fabric and make matching mother-daughter dresses.

This maternity dress from Elle Apparel takes a simple silhouette and adds some extra oomph to it with laser-cut edges.  This dress would look great in a classic Easter pastel, or a pop of bright spring color like shown below.  Pattern available here.

This Striped Dress from the Littlest Studio has a classic nautical look that work just as well for Easter as it will for summer barbecues and trips to the beach.  Grab the pattern here and sew yourself a new closet favorite.

Maxi dresses are easy-to-wear, and with this pattern from Its Always Autumn, easy-to-sew too.  The light zig-zag print has a playful Easter feel to it.  Get the pattern here.

Another look from Elle Apparel Blog is this sharp Day Date dress.  This could be made in a floral print and worn throughout the spring and summer.  Pattern available here.

Last but not least is a lovely sun dress from The Sassy Sparrow.  Use a floral pattern like the picture to give a bit of spring to the look.  Get the pattern here.

P.S.  Need some new sewing swag?  Check out our new sewing machine guide here, or look here for some interesting new patterns from indie brands (scroll down).  

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