A couple weeks ago, a friend referred me to this fabric Easter Basket Tutorial by Sew Lux Fabric. I thought it would be fun to have baskets the kids could use year after year, so I got to work. Here's my version of them. They don't look anything like the ones in the tutorial. I didn't have lining, batting, or interfacing, but I did have vinyl and bias tape. So I went with what I had. (Try not to look too closely at/judge my sewing... sometimes you have to go for quantity over quality.)
I used white t-shirt transfer paper to put the names on the fabric.
Saturday it's supposed to be 52 and partly sunny. 52 degrees!! The kids haven't been wearing jackets when it hits 40, so 52 might call for shorts. Definitely outdoor Easter egg hunt weather. And this year we're going to try something a little bit different. Each of the kids will be assigned one color of egg that he can find. That way we can hide each color in age-appropriate locations, and when they're done finding their own eggs they can help each other. Hopefully doing it this way will still be fun but a little less competitive. We'll see.