Pumpkin Pumpkin, Who’s Got The Pumpkin…

Pick A PumpkinToday is my day on this very fun blog hop which Carla from Creatin In The Sticks has hosted. It’s been full of fun and creative ideas and I have been awed and inspired these last few days with all the great projects that have been shown from the other bloggers. Thus the reason I love blog hops, we are each all so different, loving the same hobby, but we come together all wanting to do that person’s projects once you see it live. I love that about blogging and quilting.

I have created my own project for this hop, having made tons of these while we lived overseas. It was so easy for me to join this hop and create these pumpkins I could have made hundreds, to be honest. They are fun, easy and a quick project to boot… Tiny, but so fun… and so many cool things can be done with them. They also make a fun gift for someone who loves to decorate for fall, Thanksgiving, Halloween.. etc… I’ve made this up into a pattern and have a giveaway inside for those of you who might like to have the pattern.

Pumpkin Baskets

These fun pumpkins are completely made on my sewing machine, however, I’ve also created them for my embroidery machine to be stitched in the hoop. It just depends on whether you have an embroidery machine also.

These pumpkins above are in 6 and 8-inch sizes.
Both patterns/designs come with a full photo tutorial on how to sew it,
and how to put it together.

It’s funny to think you can take just 2 little shapes and make these cute pumpkins, add some ribbon and you have a cute little basket, or a hidden box to place candy, treats, even a tea light in to bring some light into your day.

They are even fun to place in a basket with some other fun items you’ve made as a centerpiece for your table.

They will be live on Craftsy later today, I will post links on this post also.

Pumpkin Baskets

The turkey is an FSL ornament from Criswell Embroidery It’s a 4×4 hoop project but is so beautiful when done I couldn’t resist to pair it with these pumpkins.

The other pumpkin is a reaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaally old design from Embroidery Library. I first purchased it all the way back in 2006.  It is very fun to make, is done in 3 hoopings (although if you have a bigger hoop you can combine them as I did into a large hoop for 1 hooping)

If you’d like to win a copy of my pattern for my pumpkins, feel free to enter below.

There are no big requirements here, just enter and enjoy.
I will give 5 patterns away, your choice,
Machine Embroidery or the Sewing Machine pattern.
Giveaway Ends Monday, November 11, 2018, at 11:59 est

a Rafflecopter giveaway

I hope you’ve had the chance to visit the other blogs, but if you haven’t, please feel free to have a look at the full schedule here. (bottom of page)

Today’s Schedule Is:

 
Today Is a New Shop Day At Wooly Block
Check around 10a est
Wooly Block 2018
Thank you, Carla, for hosting this really fun hop. I sure enjoyed it.
 

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Please remember it takes 2 minutes to comment, please say Thank You, whether you downloaded a free pattern, read a tutorial, or just learned something new.  It takes time for people to write a post, take pictures, make a project or even write a pattern.
Let them know you appreciate it.

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I am in no way affiliated with the Row By Row Experience. I’m just a fan of this event as I love the idea that we get to support our local shops. The logo has been approved for use on this blog by Janet Lutz founder of the Row By Row Experience.

42 thoughts on “Pumpkin Pumpkin, Who’s Got The Pumpkin…

  1. Such sweet little baskets! I’d like to use them on my Thanksgiving table to fill with nuts and set by each plate. You are so creative!

  2. Ah… så smukke – fantastisk hvad du kan gøre – så kreativ.
    Tusind tak for at du deler.
    Mange hilsner fra Danmark

  3. Your pumpkins are adorable!! And paired with your turkey and “old” pumpkin they make an adorable centerpiece that can be used year after year! What a completely clever idea!!

  4. Cute. I just got an embroidery machine, and I’m playing with designs and learning. Thanks for the inspiration.

  5. Oh, Marian, I am amazed you can make these on a regular machine. They are so pretty. I am so curious to see how you did it. Thank you for the chance to win the pattern and thank you, so much, for joining the Pick a Pumpkin blog hop.

  6. Your pumpkins are beautiful. I do not have an embroidery machine so I am intrigued by the ones you make of your regular sewing machine. Thanks for sharing in the hop … 🙂 Pat

  7. These are really cute — I was amazed to read that they are easy to make — they look so involved! They would make lovely harvest-themed favors. Nicely done!! 🙂

  8. These are really awesome Marian. These would be so cute in a basket decorating the table for Thanksgiving. Thank you so much for the chance.

  9. The pumpkin baskets look intriguing. I would love to see the steps of how they are made, whether sewing or embroidery machine. Thanks for sharing.

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42 thoughts on “Pumpkin Pumpkin, Who’s Got The Pumpkin…

  1. Such sweet little baskets! I’d like to use them on my Thanksgiving table to fill with nuts and set by each plate. You are so creative!

  2. Ah… så smukke – fantastisk hvad du kan gøre – så kreativ.
    Tusind tak for at du deler.
    Mange hilsner fra Danmark

  3. Your pumpkins are adorable!! And paired with your turkey and “old” pumpkin they make an adorable centerpiece that can be used year after year! What a completely clever idea!!

  4. Cute. I just got an embroidery machine, and I’m playing with designs and learning. Thanks for the inspiration.

  5. Oh, Marian, I am amazed you can make these on a regular machine. They are so pretty. I am so curious to see how you did it. Thank you for the chance to win the pattern and thank you, so much, for joining the Pick a Pumpkin blog hop.

  6. Your pumpkins are beautiful. I do not have an embroidery machine so I am intrigued by the ones you make of your regular sewing machine. Thanks for sharing in the hop … 🙂 Pat

  7. These are really cute — I was amazed to read that they are easy to make — they look so involved! They would make lovely harvest-themed favors. Nicely done!! 🙂

  8. These are really awesome Marian. These would be so cute in a basket decorating the table for Thanksgiving. Thank you so much for the chance.

  9. The pumpkin baskets look intriguing. I would love to see the steps of how they are made, whether sewing or embroidery machine. Thanks for sharing.

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