In the past I have made quite a few Easter baskets out of a simple grocery bag. And last year I even made one out of ribbon. But today we have something different for you! We can’t get over how cute and creative this felt carrot Easter basket is that Krista crafted for our March collection.

The pattern for this project is a simple one to cut by hand, or you can always use your Maker or Cameo 4 with our SVG file instead.

DIY felt carrot easter basket

8-Karat Basket

This felt carrot Easter basket will be such a fun one to craft for your little ones! Altogether there are eight embroidered carrots that make up the side of the basket. Also the finished size is about 7 inches across at the top and 6 inches high (excluding the handle). 

If your kiddo is a bit too young for Easter candy, you can always fill your basket with some wooden eggs or simple toys for them to explore. Depending on their age, a felt rabbit stuffie would also be a cute addition.

Skill level: Beginner-intermediate, due to more construction involved.

Embroidery stitches used: Blanket, straight, and whip stitches. For more guidance on these stitches, check out our free embroidery guide.

Crafting tip: If you’re using your cutting machine, you will need a longer mat to cut the strap, which is the length of a full sheet of felt. You will also need 2 sheets of orange felt, if you carefully plan out your pattern pieces. 

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How to Make a Felt Carrot Easter Basket

  1. Gather your craft tools and materials. Then download the pattern below.
  2. Cut out felt and interfacing according to pattern using a cutting machine (optional) or scissors. You will need 2 full sheets of Tangerine felt with careful planning of pattern pieces.
  3. Using the PDF pattern as a guide, sew straight stitch details onto the felt carrots using 3 strands of the apricot colored floss. You can use a disappearing ink pen to mark the details and then stitch over them. There are 2 different carrot stitch patterns.
  4. Whip stitch the straight sides of the carrots together using 2 strands of the apricot floss, working from the right-side. Alternate between the two carrot types.

Full tutorial available for members to download below.

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