My sister-in-law brought the directions for making these fun and easy fabric pumpkins. We turned out whole patches of them before the week-end was over. Some for us and some for gifts.
Originally she started with the traditional orange and white...
Since my week-end was pretty crazy -- I didn't get nearly as much time to craft as I'd have liked to. About an hour before "bedtime" Saturday night I got out some country/primitive material that I had and sewed some up in that. I used four different sizes of circles just for variety's sake.
Above is my basket of primitive/country pumpkins. Besides using the country fabrics I also used some muslin and burlap.
Sunday afternoon - after our "other" company left and the mountain of dishes was finished I made soem more little pumpkins for gifts. Below is set I made for a friend - I tried to match the colors of her decor with them.
Here's a link to the tutorial if your interested in making a patch of your own! They're easy, lots of fun, and quick to whip up.
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Oh-so-cute! Have I mentioned I love fall? Ha!
Love the PuMpKiNs! I want to go make some right now:) I have been seeing all sorts of various fabric pumpkin designs in the last week... thanks for the tutorial link. These look really easy!
Those are really cute! By the way, your photography is wonderful!
I've seen a few versions of these online, but none of them made me want to go make some of my own until I saw yours. :) Yours are, by far, the nicest I've seen. Great job!
Nice Pumpkins! Thanks for linking to our tutorial!!!
Such sweet pumpkins. It would be wonderful to have you join me at Seasonal Sundays.
- The Tablescaper
I'm glad you chose to be a part of Seasonal Sundays this past week and hope you'll join me again this week.
- The Tablescaper
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