Ok, I realize today is Leap Day and that Easter is still more than a solid month out, but my friend Lauren was asking me about felt goodies for Easter baskets this morning. While I was doing a search, I found some awesome free patterns and tutorials and decided it was time for a felty round-up post. So, let's put winter behind us, look towards the spring and get crafting with some of these fun items!
First, I'll start with my own Easter post from last year. These over-sized felt eggs are perfect for Baby's First Easter. The tutorial for them can be found HERE.
Next, we need some Peeps for our basket. The tutorial for these bunny peeps can be found courtesy of Mommy Savers.
If birdie Peeps are more your style, check out this handy pattern from Dusty Bottom Acres.
If you would like some felt eggs you can fill with candy and other goodies plus have the added bonus of reusing them year after year, One Inch World has you covered.
Toddlers LOVE quiet books, and this free pattern from Chez Beeper Bebe is Egg-cellent!
This tutorial from Apine Industries for this super cute bunny is in Italian, but thanks to the wonders of Google Translate, it is still very easy to follow.
If you need a little chocolate in your life, these delicious bunnies from Playing With Your Food are sure to get your sweet tooth.
If you are in the market for felted jelly beans in their own box, American Felt and Craft has a lovely tutorial.
This herd of felt bunny finger puppets from The Purl Bee were too cute not to include.
And, if you need a basket to fit all your goodies, this pattern from Maya Made takes care of all your spring basket making needs.
Well, there you have it, plenty of patterns to keep you busy! Time to break out the felt and get your Spring craft on!
Happy Easter Felting!