Easy Easter Bunting


Convert a basket liner into an Easter bunting that can be easily adapted throughout the seasons! 

Picture of machine embroidered Easter egg on white linen at Sew Inspired by Bonnie

Sew Eggsquisite

I took two blank dinner roll basket liners, cut them into four pieces, and embroidered Bonnie’s Sew Eggsquisite, Feathered Friends (4x4), and Enchanged Flowers (4x4), on each of three panels. 

Picture of machine embroidered bird on linen at Sew Inspired by Bonnie

 Feathered Friends

I used a mesh-cutaway in the hoop and preshrunk it with a steam iron before embroidery. I won’t repeat the process of hooping the bunting pieces since you can get the full tutorial on how it is done here.

Machine embroidered flower on white linen at Sew Inspired by Bonnie

Enchanged Flowers

The hemstitched basket liner and linen bunwarmer with Swiss dots both came from EmbroiderThis.com.

After embroidery, clip the stabilizer close to stitching. Square up the top edges and finish so that there are no raw edges showing. You can either fold over and stitch it or use a fusible web to secure it in place.

Make the bunting as wide as you like. Use a cord or string to drape the bunting like clothesline and clip the sections together with clothespins. That way, after Easter, you can add another Feathered Friends or Enchanged Flowers design and continue displaying your bunting throughout spring and summer.

Wishing you a blessed Easter!

Debbie Henry
Sew Inspired by Bonnie

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