Make Them From a Favorite Combination of Scraps!
These beautiful little pumpkins will be lovely additions to your fall decor. Choose between two sizes and make several to group together on a shelf, mantel, or table. Or tuck one into a centerpiece or a wreath for that final special touch.
Folded fabric is used to make the pumpkins and there’s no sewing involved. This is a great project for using up some of those scraps leftover from fall quilt projects.
Two variations are included in the pattern. One design features the fabric arranged in horizontal “stripes”, while the second pattern arranges contrasting fabrics vertically. Of course, you can eliminate the stripes by mixing up fabric placements.
Once the fabric is applied you can embellish the pumpkins with purchased leaves, curly paper-covered wire, or whatever strikes your fancy.
Instructions are provided by the designer, Linda Bowers from Just Eggsquisite, for two sizes of pumpkins:
- 3 1/2″ wide by 2 1/2″ high
- 4 1/2″ wide by 3 1/4″ high
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