Spring is the season of rejuvenation and regeneration! So why not start fresh on some new spring sewing projects perfect for the season? Flowers, bunnies, carrots, and baby chicks are themes that make for some super cute projects. Give these projects as a handmade gift, or keep them for yourself as there is a project for everyone on this list. We’ve put together 9 sewing projects featuring some of our favorite sewing/DIY bloggers, to give you a several cute ideas this spring! Check out these awesome projects by Make It-Love It, Skip to my Lou, Lolly Jane, Flamingo Toes, Southern In-Law, Just Jude Designs, and DIY Danielle.
Drawstring Chick Treat Bags
This drawstring chick bag pattern from Make It-Love It is a quick and easy project perfect for stashing treats for your kiddos! They are also great way to use up any yellow and orange scraps you may have. The drawstring ribbon on these chicks doubles as a way to close the bag, and also create a cute little hair bow. Once you make one, you’ll want to make more and more! Get the full tutorial here: Sew a Drawstring Chick Treat Bag for Easter!
Carrot Treat Bags
Also made by Make It-Love It, these carrot treat bags are another great option for filling with candies or small toys! They are small, so they are quick to make, but they still hold plenty of treats. Much like the chicks, you’ll want to make many, maybe a whole bushel! Get the full tutorial here: Sew a Carrot Treat Bag for Easter!
Looking to satisfy your sweet tooth? These cute plush peeps by Crazy Little Projects will do the trick! Soft and cuddly, this plush projects is great for a snuggle. These peeps are made from cuddle fabric, but you could also make them out of cuddle fleece. Get the full tutorial here: Make a Plush Peep
Fat Quarter Fabric Bunnies
These soft little fabric bunnies, made by Flamingo Toes, are absolutely adorable! You could give them as a gift, use them for decoration, or even make a game with them. Maybe bunny tic tac toe? Each bunny is made out of one fabric quarter and they come together quickly. For especially cute bunnies, use vintage floral fabrics. Get the full tutorial here: Roly Poly Fabric Easter Bunnies
Curious Bunny Pots
Here’s a quick no-sew project you can add to your cute creations. These DIY Bunny Pots from Southern In Law are great for kids, gifts for teachers, or friends and family. You could even use them as spring place card holders! Southern In Law suggests adding a mini “garden stake” with the person’s name to the top of the pot. Cute! They are quick to create, only cost a few dollars, and an easy project for beginners! Get the full tutorial here: How to Make Your Own Curious Easter Bunny Pots (An Easy DIY Easter Craft!)
Felt Carrot Pencil Holders
This pattern for felt carrot pencil holders from Skip to my Lou is a great chance to use fancy stitches on your sewing machine! You can embellish the edges of the leaves, and maybe get creative with the lines inside the carrot. Pair these carrots with a few fun coloring sheets and you’ve got a great children’s gift! Alternatively, you could also use these carrots as part of a spring table setting to hold your silverware. Get the full tutorial here: Felt Carrot Pencil Holders
Drawstring Bunny Bags
Another great drawstring bag to add to our list! These bunny bags by Just Jude Designs have some cute ears and can be customized in any color. Make a combination of bunnies, chicks, and carrots to create an adorable gift basket! Get the full tutorial here: Bunny Bags Tutorial
Scrap Fabric Basket
Sewers are always looking for ways to use up scraps! We have just the project for you! Make this upcycled fabric gift basket by Do-It-Yourself Danielle to make use of any fragments you might have lying around. You can also use imperfect fabrics with holes or stains because the flaws are not obvious when the basket comes together. Use up your scraps, old sheets, or clothes in this environmentally friendly project! Get the full tutorial here: How to Sew an Easter Basket from Upcycled Fabric
Spring Kitchen Linens
Add some cheer to your kitchen with these adorable dish towels by Lolly Jane. They are quick and easy to sew, and can be made in three easy steps! You can also hand-stitch the entirety of this project pretty simply, but if you are confident enough, you can sew the applique with your machine. Get the full tutorial here: DIY Spring Kitchen Linens
What will you be making this spring? Let us know if you try something on this list!
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