Free sewing pattern: How to sew a fabric egg – The Fabric-gé pattern

 Free sewing pattern for how to sew a fabric egg. Downloadable file from sewmccool.com!

 

When I designed my Easter/Halloween basket pattern in the fall of 2012, I knew that I wanted show you how to sew a fabric egg. So I designed a free fabric egg pattern for you!

My free fabric egg pattern can be printed – the directions are included! To share with friends, please link back to this post rather than directly to the PDF – I appreciate your kindness!

Because this pattern is great for beginners, this can be a fun family project. Our two girls chose the fabric and had a blast sifting through my scrap stash. My older daughter likes to sew – when she’s in the mood :)


And my younger daughter thoroughly enjoyed stuffing them:

 

In fact, she kept begging to stuff more and more!

 

 

Over the course of a weekend, we made an even dozen! These have not only been used for hiding and decorations, but my youngest invented her own game with the eggs and the basket.


Enjoy the free fabric egg pattern and sew some to display, some to hide, and some to share with friends! :)

Sewmccool fabric egg pattern

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  1. […] Deanna from Sew McCool shares a free pattern to make a fabric Easter egg.  They’re especially fun when each panel is cut from a different fabric.  The pieces are all pretty small, so why not pull out your scrap bin for this project?  I have a feeling you’ll have a hard time making just one.  Make a bunch to fill a basket, or use them for a hide and seek game with a preschooler.  Go to Sew McCool for the pattern. […]

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