Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Pumpkin Tutorial Revisited

 Last year I posted a tutorial about how to make these pumpkins. Since it's that time again I thought I would share it once again since I'm sure many of my new friends have not seen it. If you want to read how to make these easy fabric pumpkins just click here! I would LOVE it if you would send me pics if you make any, or put the picks up on your blog and send me the link!  Have fun!!!


30 comments:

Tammy said...

Thank you so much for sharing your pattern. I'm going to try these but I'm doing with intention of making some to stay out all year! :) Hugs. Tammy

luluslovlies said...

Thanks for showing it again Karen, nice post! I have aquestion, how do I add my signature to my comment as when I try it just goes to html ??

Sweet Magnolias Farm said...

Love your pumpkins and the tutorial makes it very easy to make them.

Your Blog is always a joy to visit !!!

Blessings ..Sara

Jan said...

super cute!!!

Vintage Home said...

..Thank you!....Great idea!...off I go to see more!

KayC. said...

I loved them last year when you first posted it. I plan to make them this year. Thanks for sharing.

VerdeSalvia delle colline di Firenze said...

Here I am! I just posted my personal version of your tuto linking to your: actually mine is not much different from the original!
Thank you Karen!
Dani

Lori Katies Rose Cottage said...

Karen ~
Those are just darling !!
Thank you for sharing with us how
to make them !

xoxo
Lori

Daphne Nicole & Lynda Cade said...

Hi Karen, your Pumpkins are so adorable, thanks for sharing!!! hugs~~~ Daphne

Erika said...

Oh I love these thanks very much for sharing x

The Feathered Nest said...

These are so wonderful Karen!!! I hope you're doing great sweetie....I'm trying to get back in the swing of things around here :) hugs and love, Dawn

Debbie Kay said...

Thank you for sharing, I love them!!!

Debbie Kay

Jo said...

These are just fabulous Karen, thanks for sharing the pattern!

Cindy Ellison said...

Thank you for sharing this again. I love the pumpkins.

Your blog is fantastic!

Suz said...

Karen,
These are adorable. Much cuter than many I have seen because they are so rustic. Great materials and I love the twine!
Suz
http://katsuijewelry.blogspot,com

Dorthe said...

Thanks, dear Karen, so much,- they are so wonderfull, -and I have saved your great tutorial, --just hope I will have time to do a cupple for my Halloween....
Hugs,Dorthe

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I love all of your beautiful decorating ideas and always enjoy your blog! I don't know why you are not in my list of favorites...but I can fix that right now! Enjoy your week! ♥

Ann said...

Looks like it is so much fun to make and so beautiful to display.

Sandi @the WhistleStop Cafe said...

What a great idea... I may have to get busy on this.
another friday's favorite for sure :-)

Romeo said...

oh WOW! These are great Karen! And I might even be able to do this!!!! Thanks so much for posting this again for those of us who are new to the blogland!

"Her" and Romeo

"The Jule Box" said...

Hi Karen! I have been wanting to do a Fall project and I think I found it...I'm shopping for fabrics tomorrow for sure!! I am a teeny bit confused on the very end with the twine and knotting and cutting, but I think I can wing it:) Thanks for sharing!! I will for sure send you a link, cuz I know I'll make a video and take pics for my blog! Oh, I'm excited girl!!!! woot woot! Jules

Catharina Maria said...

Your work is absolutely delightful !
love ♥RINI♥

karlascottage.typepad.com said...

Great fabrics on the pumpkins, those are wonderful colors!

Sherry @ No Minimalist Here said...

The pumpkins are wonderful and thanks for the tutorial. I am going to give these a try.
Hugs, Sherry

Magic Gypsy said...

Those pumpkins are so cute and country! I stopped by "Lilly's Lace", what a beautiful blog design! And I see some witches and bats are adding a seasonal note to your blog - happy haunting!

Candylei said...

These are darling with the white wool.
Candylei

Jillayne said...

These are beautiful Karen! Thank you so much for sharing it. I am definitely going to make some. And good luck with your very first class. I bet it will be amazing, especially as your project is so cute. Teaching can be a very rewarding experience, yet kind of exhausting in a weird way; a sort of yin-yang experience. You may find you get as much back as you give, just differently. Good luck and enjoy!

Xela said...

Your pumkins are fantastic! They look so real. Thank you for your lovely comment on my blog. Your blog is wonderful and I come back again.
Have a nice sunday
Greetings Alexandra

Kim said...
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Kim said...

I just had to make one! And I'm very happy with the results. So happy that I did put a photo up on my blog. http://kimgrantink.blogspot.com/2010/10/country-french-pumpkin.html

Thanks so much!

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