How to Make Fabric Pumpkins – the easy – peasy – way!
It takes about 75 to 100 frost free days to grow a pumpkin. In an afternoon you can have a patch full of fabric pumpkins to decorate with year after year! The choices of fabric are extensive – you can use burlap, silk, cotton duck, linen and more. Today I’m sharing how I made these French Stamp Fabric Pumpkins for my dining room. I know I’ll make many more….
Cute as Pie
Versatile Autumn Decor
These can be used in so many ways! You can cluster them together, set them among other autumn decor or use them in a vignette or tabletop arrangement…the limit is your imagination! Actually, I was at a crossroad as to how I’d use these – I may keep changing my mind from time to time!
How To Make Fabric Pumpkins
fabric needles – one for sewing and a large or embroidery needle for decorative use thread batting or stuffing twine or cording hot glue gun and hot glue sticks old pieces of branch for stems pliers (I used them to cut branches and to pull embroidery needle through pumpkin) sewing machine (optional)
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