Easter basket liner

Spring is the perfect excuse to pull out all of your pastel-colored decorations and show appreciation for all of the budding flowers. And why not continue this in your Easter celebrations? We’ve got a tutorial that will jazz up your Easter baskets while displaying your favorite Spring patterns.

Pick out your favorite Spring print and follow the tutorial below for this Easter basket liner. Plus, we have other fun Easter basket crafts linked below!

You’ll Need:

  • Fabric
  • Thread
  • Scissors
  • Basket
  • Sewing machine
  • Pins

DIY Spring Easter basket liner


  • fabric
  • thread
  • scissors
  • basket
  • sewing machine
  • pins


1. Because each basket differs in size you’ll have to size the template yourself, but these are the pieces you’ll want to cut based on this picture below:
2. To get the circle shape, trace the bottom of your basket and cut 1/2″ more. (Note: I used muslin to show the steps and then the aviary fabric for the final picture.)
3. To get the rhombus type shape, measure the height of the basket and then figure out how much you would like your fabric to fold over. I did about 6″.  Allow for 2″ more on each side. Cut two of these shapes.
4. Fold down and sew the rhombus edges, omitting the shortest side.
5. Next, you’ll pin the short end of the rhombus shapes to the outside of the circle. Pin all the way around.
6. Sew 1/2″ into the outer edge of the circle.
7. Turn it inside out and place it in the bottom of the basket.
8. Tie the two pieces together.
Happy making! Check out the Laura Ashley blog for more projects 
photography by Trisha Zemp 

Take your Easter basket to the next level

If you loved embellishing your basket with this Easter basket liner tutorial, then you’ll love these other crafts we’ve listed in the archives! If you don’t have a sewing machine, don’t fret! We have a tutorial for this no-sew fabric rope Easter basket. And if you want to stick to the wicker basket look, you can easily decorate it with this dip dye tutorial. For your Easter meal plans, create these mini basket place settings for your guests. Once you have all of your adorable Easter baskets ready, it’s time to fill them! Fill your baskets with these fun printables, or check out our list of Easter goodies by age and theme.

Make sure to check out the Lars Easter shop for more gift ideas and printables!


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