Add a rustic charm to your Easter décor with these easy-to-make, no-sew fabric carrots. Perfect for your farmhouse spring vibe!
If you’re a farmhouse decor lover you are going to LOVE these sweet little farmhouse carrots. They are a budget-friendly way to add some Easter charm to your home.
Whether you want to decorate a mantel or create an Easter centerpiece, these fabric carrots are the perfect touch.
And the best part? No sewing skills required!
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No-Sew Fabric Carrots
The Easter crafts continue with these cute fabric carrots made with a pretty farmhouse style tablecloth.
Unfortunately, it was stained in several places but there is still plenty of material left for crafting.
I’ve been loving all of the fabric carrots all over Pinterest so I decided to make my own with this neutral black and white striped grain sack style fabric.
Once you see how easy they are to make, you will want to make your own. Use any fabric you have on hand to go with your home decorating style.
So, let’s get to it!
Supplies Needed to Make Fabric Carrots
- Fabric of your choice – the bumble bee fabric is from Dollar Tree
- Hot Glue Gun and Glue Sticks
- Rotary Cutter or Fabric Scissors
- Black Satin Ribbon
How to Make Fabric Carrots
Step 1. Cut Fabric
You can make the carrots any size you want. My plan was to add a few cloth fabrics to my favorite dough bowl so I cut my fabric in an 8×8″ square.
Once you cut your square, fold the fabric in half lengthwise.
Step 2. Cut a Triangle
Now you want to cut a triangle by cutting the fabric vertically from one corner to the other.
Step 3. Hot Glue Fabric
As you can see, my cut is not great. 🙂 I recommend using a rotary cutter or sharp fabric scissors.
My scissors need to be sharpened. The good news is you don’t have to worry about how choppy it looks because it will be hidden.
Begin to fold the fabric in half with the wrong side up. Slowly start to add hot glue from the bottom point and press down as you go to secure the hot glue.
If you’ve ever burned your finger tips using hot glue, you know to be extra careful.
I recommend hot glue gun finger tip protectors. They definitely help.
Step 4. Turn Fabric Right Side Out
Leave the remaining top quarter unglued and fold the fabric right side out.
Begin stuffing the fabric with poly-fil.
You can use a pencil or a craft knife to push the poly-fil to the bottom point of the carrot.
Step 5. Glue Top of Carrot Closed
Once the carrot is completely stuffed, hot glue the top of the fabric and wrap a rubber band around it.
Trim the end of the carrot top.
Step 6. Tie with Ribbon
Add a pretty piece of ribbon to complete the carrot. Look how cute!
If you want, you can use green raffia or faux greenery for the top of the carrot as I show in these wooden carrots.
Repeat for as many as you like!
How to Decorate with Fabric Carrots
There are so many great ways to decorate with fabric carrots.
Here are some quick and easy ideas.
- Add to a dough bowl for an Easter centerpiece. I went with a faux eucalyptus garland, Easter egg garland and an adorable ceramic bird.
- Include in an Easter tablescape with a cloth carrot left at each place setting. Add a name tag and gift as a favor!
- Place several together in a decorative bowl or platter.
- Add a few to a decorative Easter basket.
- Include them in a tiered tray display.
Can you believe the beautiful farmhouse style bee fabric is from Dollar Tree? Love it!
Thank you so much for stopping by. I hope you enjoyed this simple spring craft. Please let me know in the comments below if you make your own.
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See more Easter decorations below:
- Free Printables Easter Wall Art
- DIY Easter Gnomes
- Decoupage Plastic Easter Eggs
- Gorgeous Glitter Easter Eggs
- Dollar Store Spring Arrangement
Here are even more spring home decorating ideas:
- 12 Gorgeous Spring Home Decorating Ideas
- Spring Home Decor with Decocrated
- Spring Mantel Decorating Ideas
- Spring Bumble Bee Craft
- 5 Simple Tips for a Beautiful Spring Mantel
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