First, you'll need these things:
I used plastic eggs from the junk store (6 for a dollar), strips of homespun from my stash, an emery board, and Alene's OK to Wash It glue. This little glue was in a set of mini glue samples by Alene. I tried this hoping that it would hold the homespun and dry fast enough to make the project not a nightmare. (It wasn't!)
Melissa's tutorial suggests using a glue gun. The problem with that for me is that mine was at school and I wanted to do this craft now, not after I remembered to bring my glue gun home.
The first thing I did was cut a bunch of strips of homespun. Melissa's tutorial suggested ripping the strips, but when I did that my fabric basically shredded, and was a mess. I resorted to using my rotary cutter. I eye-balled the width of the strip, shooting for about a half inch. I found that if the strip was slimmer, it laid down on the egg a little nicer if that makes sense.
The next thing I did was use my emery board to sand the ends of the egg. I figured this might help the glue stick a little better. (Not really sure if it was necessary, but I had really good luck with the sticking and the filing only took a second.)
Next, I put a dab of glue at each end of the egg and rubbed it around so there was glue covering both ends of the egg. Then I simply started wrapping my homespun strip around the egg. When I got to the end of a strip, I put a dot of glue to hold it, then a dot of glue on top of it to start the next strip. For each egg I used about 3 strips of homespun cut the width of the fabric. For the homespuns that I had only a fat quarter of I used about 5 or 6 strips. When I got to the end of the final strip, I just put a dot of glue and stuck it down. I didn't try tucking it under, but that might have added a nice finish. (I'll probably try that on the next batch.)
It only took about an hour or so start to finish to do these six eggs. I haven't decided how I'm going to display them yet, but I sure did have fun making them!