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Pretty Trim Easter Eggs


Updated April 30, 2012
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Use your favorite sewing trims to create pretty eggs for Easter decorating. You can also use your fabric fabrics to create a quilted Easter egg with this project from Design Originals.

Sewing Trim Easter Eggs

Size: 25⁄16" x 31⁄16"

Materials for all Eggs:

  • Styrofoam egg 25⁄16" x 31⁄16"
  • The Ultimate! glue
  • Rick Rack Egg

Rick Rack Egg


  • Pink rickrack 1⁄2" wide (41⁄2" yards and 7" for the hanger)
  • Corsage pin
  • 30 sequin flowers
  • 30 beading pins


Apply glue to egg. Wrap rickrack around egg randomly. Add glue at strategic places where rickrack overlaps. Apply glue to ends of rickrack to secure. Fold 7" piece of rickrack in half overlapping ends. Place pin in ends and insert into top of egg. Insert pins into flowers and randomly push into egg to cover.

Quilted Egg


  • 10 fabric squares 2" x 2"
  • 7" Pink 1⁄4" wide ribbon
  • Case knife


Lay 1 fabric square on egg. Using knife 1⁄8" away from edge, push fabric into styrofoam. Continue pushing in all edges. Lay 2nd piece of fabric on egg overlapping one edge of 1st piece by 1⁄8". Push fabricinto same space as edge of 1st piece. Push in remaining sides of 2nd piece. Continue placing fabric squares overlapping previous ones till egg is completely covered. Fold ribbon in half overlapping ends. Place pin in ends and insert in top of egg.

Quilted Easter Egg  Quilted Easter Eggs 2

Flower and Rhinestone Egg


  • 125 flowers
  • 125 small Clear rhinestones
  • 7" of Brown 1⁄2" wide rickrack
  • Corsage pin

Cover egg with glue. Apply flowers randomly on egg, overlapping slightly. Apply rhinestones to flower centers. Fold rickrack in half and overlap ends. Place pin in ends and insert into the top of egg.

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