Make a fun fabric pumpkin this Autumn. She shows 3 different sizes for you to choose from a small, medium and large pumpkin, and we will share tips on how to make our own size. Whether you have a sewing machine or prefer to sew by hand, this tutorial will show you how!
It’s time to start bringing pumpkins into the house, if you haven’t already. I have an easy DIY tutorial, sharing how to make these adorable fabric pumpkins that look charming and you can keep them throughout the season!
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. You can also add a small piece of tree branch for the stem, with hot glue.
These can be used in so many ways! You can cluster them together, set them among other autumn decor or use them in a tabletop arrangement…the sky’s the limit! Makes me even more anxious to work on fall crafts knowing that the weather is changing.
You can also embellish these with cute twisted vines.Using your naturally wired brown wire and wire cutters, cut off three 30″ pieces. Take one of those and twist around your fingers to make them curly, then apply with hot glue. Craft stores sell this in a package.
Watch how this gal, with Made to Sew, makes these precious fabric pumpkins in her step by step tutorial.