No Sew Patchwork Fabric Easter Eggs

No Sew Patchwork Fabric Easter Eggs

These fabric Easter eggs unbelievably easy to make and look fantastic.  The fabric gives them a nice retro look and feel. This is a great easter craft for all ages.
My sister Tasha came up with this craft while trying to do something Easter themed with my nephews.    They boys enjoyed making them as it was simple enough for them do.  They make for a lovely Easter decoration that can be used year on year.
No sew patchwork fabric eggs.-  These eggs are so easy to make using fabric scraps or adhesive fabric strips.  Great Easter craft for kids.
No Sew Patchwork Fabric Easter Eggs
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What you need to make fabric easter eggs

  • Eggs, I used real eggs for this which I blew. To blow an egg;   make 2 holes with the pin in both ends of the egg.  Then carefully enlarge the holes with a cocktail stick.   Make sure you break the membrane inside the egg.  You then place your mouth over one of the holes and blow out the egg white and yolk into a bowl through the other hole, or you can use a straw.   When all the contents are blown carefully place the egg under the tap and rinse out the insides.
    Top tip if your eggs are at room temperature they are easier to blow. Of course if you can’t be bothered to do that you can use plastic craft eggs.
    raw eggs

  • Fabric adhesive sheets, these can be bought from good craft stores, shops like Tiger (in Europe) and on amazon or ebay. (can actually just use fabric scraps and glue, see note at the end)
    Adhesive fabric sheets

    How to make fabric easter eggs

  • Cut the adhesive fabric sheets into thin strips about 5mm wide and the length of your egg.  A good variety of different patterns are best.
    ahesive fabric strips2

  • Remove the backing from the fabric strips, and then simply stick these strips onto the egg in the pattern that you desire.  This doesn’t have to be exact and you may want slightly thicker strips of fabric, but be careful if they are too thick they will pucker when placed on the egg.
    No Sew Patchwork Fabric Easter Eggs

    No Sew Patchwork Easter Eggs

    No sew Patchwork Fabric Easter Eggs

  • If you want a more traditional patchwork effect you can cut your fabric sheets into squares instead of strips.
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    No Sew Patchwork Fabric Easter Eggs
    Patchwork fabric Eggs in box
    This is a very addictive and quick craft before long you will have a lovely basket of decorative eggs. If like me and you choose to use real eggs, covering the eggs in adhesive fabric strengthens  them therefore they are not so fragile and will last for years. Finally don’t forget to have scrambled eggs for tea with all that raw egg, or even better get baking.
    Since posting this I have made some other patchwork eggs with denim scraps, and these weren’t made with adhesive fabric. So if you don’t have any adhesive fabric you can actually make these patchwork eggs with just fabric scraps and glue, that works just as well.
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    2. Love the colors and looks like you had some great helpers! Thank you for sharing at Vintage Charm!

    3. Loved those pictures of your little guys hard at work!

      • Thank you, they are actually my sweet Nephews. My guys are a little bigger than that.

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    11. Absolutely adorable! Thank you for sharing @Vintage Charm–pinned!

    12. These are so pretty! I’d love for you to share this at linkup, you can find it starting every Friday on my blog,

    13. What a fun project! Thanks for sharing at the Pleasures of the NW’s DIY Party

    14. I love these patchwork eggs – I need to get myself to a Tiger store for some of that fabric

    15. These are adorable. Totally. Thanks so much for sharing! Susie from The Chelsea Project

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    17. These are really cute! Will be pinning this for future reference!

    18. Such a cute idea and the boys sure look like they are having fun.

    19. Your patch work Easter eggs are lovely! What a great project to share with children. Pinning to my Easter Board.

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    21. This is such a neat idea and I love how colorful they are! Great idea! Thanks for linking up with Merry Monday this week!

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    23. These are so beautiful, what a great idea, and those colors are perfect for Easter. Thanks for sharing on the #wastelesswednesday blog hop!

    24. Good way to keep the little ones busy and this is much better than dyeing eggs.

    25. these are so cute!! You are so crafty and I love the denim ones too…pinning both!

    26. I’ve never ever tried to blow an egg, I thought it would be more difficult! Looks like a lot of fun was had making these and that adhesive fabric seems like a useful thing to have in a craft stash.

      • Thank you, the adhesive fabric is from Tiger and great for loads of crafts.

    27. Your Easter eggs are so pretty! I love how you can vary the colors and designs by combining different fabrics. I have never heard of the adhesive fabric before. Thanks for the tip.

      • Thank you, adhesive fabric is great for craft. You can of course just use fabric scraps and mod podge but that is messier.

    28. I love up-cycle projects and this one is so cute!

    29. Super fun! Great idea for the kids. Will have to remember this for my 7 year old who’s been in an
      “I’m bored” phase recently!! Visiting from Homemade and Handcrafted party.

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    43. Love how cute these look and would be a great alternative to coloring eggs. Thanks for sharing on Merry Monday. Pinned.

    44. Those eggs turned out great! Love the randomness of the fabric patterns. What a fun and easy craft to do with kids. Thanks so much for sharing at Vintage Charm.

    45. I love these eggs!! They are so beautiful and what a fun way to craft with kids! Makes me want to skip the egg dyeing this year and just try this!Thanks for linking up at the #HomeMattersParty !

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      These are such a cute idea. You should link this up to my link up party, Family Joy Blog Link Up Party. It is open until Wednesday. Check it out

    47. These are so cute, and they look so easy to make. Thank you for sharing.

    48. Really sweet, thanks for sharing on craft schooling Sunday!

    49. Your eggs are gorgeous!!!!! I’m pinning this to my Easter board. I’ve gotta try this!

    50. These are adorable!! And now I want some adhesive fabric sheets! 🙂 Thanks for linking this up to Talk of the Town!

    51. Super cute!

    52. Well, aren’t these just adorable! I wonder if there’s an adhesive-backed product to use with existing fabric? I have scraps for daaaaayyyss! Lol! I really love this idea, so I may just use some Mod Podge. I also have plenty of fresh coutry eggs…I may try my hand at blowing, just for kicks and giggles. Thank you for sharing! 🙂 (BTW-I love your font! :))

      • Thank you ! I’m sure it will work just as well as modge podge just make sure you cut your fabric into small strips.

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    54. Love that little bunny hiding amongst the eggs in the last pic! What a fun project to do with your kiddos. They did a GREAT job!

    55. Very creative and I see your little helpers did a wonderful job!

    56. These eggs are quite colorful! The boys look like they enjoyed the egg transformation. A wonderful Easter egg idea!

      • Thank you ! The boys really enjoyed making them it was a nice quick easy craft for them with a colourful result.

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