15 Homemade Easter Bonnet Patterns to Wear

How to make homemade Easter bonnets with free patterns perfect to wear on Easter Sunday.  These Easter bonnets include a fascinator, floral headbands, floral hats, a reversible bonnet, bunny hat, and hankie baby bonnet.  These hats and bonnets are so adorable that I bet your little ones won’t want to take them off!  {{cheesy grin}}

Homemade Easter Bonnets

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Homemade Easter Bonnets

A cute and easy Homemade Easter Bonnet {fascinator} tutorial by Analogue Chic tutorial using up scraps of fabric, netting and a comb!  Don’t be afraid to make these even more fabulous with some feathers or a little veil.

These chic DIY Floral Easter Bonnet {tutorial} by Oh Happy Day are so much fun!  And, how perfect is the headband instead of an elastic string under your chin?!  Follow the step by step tutorial to make your own crepe paper flowers.

Heather Designs shows us How to Make an Easter Bonnet from a plain straw hat.  Gather all things Spring and Easter to hot glue to your hat.

Easter Bonnet Hats

Easter Bonnet Hats

Craft a Springtime Easter Bonnet by Sun Hats & Wellie Boots using construction paper, tissue paper and craft foam.  It’s the perfect project for your preschooler.

It’s hard to believe that these Easter Bonnets by Red Ted Art are actually made from recycled newspaper and tissue paper.  The floppy style with flower blossoms is gorgeous.  And, your children will have a blast making their own.

Alpha Mom shows us two fabulous tutorials to make Easter Egg Crowns using plastic eggs, pipe cleaner and yarn. So fun for boys and girls.

Easter Bunny Hat

Easter Bunny Hat

Make this cute Easter Bunny Crochet Hat by Jenny and Teddy for your child in this spring with simple instruction to follow along.

Dress up your little Easter bunny with this adorable floppy ear Bunny Hat by The Red Kitchen.  It’s super simple to make and can be done in under 10 minutes.

How fun are these DIY Bunny Ears by Hobby Craft?! Follow the simple tutorial to make one for you and your little girl. They would make fabulous gifts too!

Easter Bonnets for Girls

Easter Bonnets for Girls

What little girl wouldn’t love dressing up in an adorable Bonnet by Woman’s Day?!  It’s made with posterboard, spray paint, ribbon and doilies.

I just adore the idea of a headband for an Easter Bonnet by Sewing in No Mans Land.  The combination of bright fabric flowers is  perfection!  The tutorial shows you how to make felt circle flowers, rolled fabric flowers and a felt bow.

Not only is this DIY Fascinator by At Second Street adorable and festive for Easter, but also makes a great tea hat.  Attach tulle, ribbons, feathers and other trimmings to a headband.

Easter Bonnets for Babies

Easter Bonnets for Babies

Could this Ruffled Bonnet by Pretty Prudent be any more precious?!  It’s reversible so you can use coordinating fabric and get two different looks.  Download and print the free pattern and instructions to make it.

Could this Baby Bonnet by Simple Simon and Company be any more precious?! Two fat quarters are used so you can use coordinating fabric and get two different looks.

Floral handkerchief’s are perfect for making a Hankie Baby Bonnet by This Mama Makes Stuff.  You can also use white or other vintage hankie’s.  How sweet would it be for a babies blessing or christening?!

15 Homemade Easter Bonnet Patterns to Wear

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15 Homemade Easter Bonnet Patterns to Wear

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