Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Pumpkin Time!

Pick out your fabric. Cut in any size rectangular shape. The bigger the piece, the bigger the pumpkin.
Sew down the sides, stitch one end, do the stitch part with heavy thread.
stuff and stitch up the other end,

now you must take twine and go through the pumpkin, in one end, out the other. This is easier to do with a crochet hook. Make 4 sections. Tie a knot close to the center. Hot glue a stem (tree branch) and some leaves.



Happy Fall!

10 comments:

mysteryhistorymom said...

These are TOOOOOO cute, Susan! WOW! Lori

Rambling Girl said...

So cute! Happy Fall to you also...

Tara said...

Those are too fun! I'll be making some this week for the inn! Easy peasy!

Jessica said...

Those pumpkins are great! Thanks for stopping by--I hope you come again soon!

Debb said...

love the pumpkins will have to try them later. thanks fo stopping by.I spend most of my time at my halloween blog.

Paul-ene said...

Love your homemade pumpkins! They are really cute and I love fall too. Can't wait for Halloween and October. Cider, pumpkins,hayrides,apples,and leaves. So much too look forward too.

Sandy Michelle said...

Wicked idea! What a great project!

Sandy xox

Monica said...

So cute!
I left my sewing machine in storage when we moved to Japan because all we ever seemed to do was fight ..lol!
Love your creations :)

michelle@somedaycrafts said...

Love these. The fabric you used is too cute! Thanks for linking up!!!

Rambling Girl said...

Oh goodie those are some of these punkins...I forgot to print the instructions when I came last time and then went looking for them and for the life of me could not rememeber where I saw it. Now off to print this out so I can attempt to make a couple.