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Fabric Pumpkins

Fabric Pumpkins

I thought I would feature all of the fabric pumpkins here today from our PUMPKIN PARTY!

Here are Fabulously Frugal Pumpkins from Posed Perfection. Aren't they fabulous? AND the entire tutorial on how to make them is on the blog.


 And from Sweet Bee Buzzing are THESE cute baby fabric pumpkins again with a tute on how to.

From the Crafty Journal we have a Jack O Lantern Bath Pouf. Isn't this CUTE BEYOND CUTE??

 And from Organized 31 we have some yarn pumpkins. GORGEOUS!!

Burlap pumpkins are SO SO popular right now and the White Weathered Hutch has done a beautiful job on crafting some.

Over at Ode to Inspiration there are some No Sew, No Glue Pumpkins that are quick and EASY, and you know that is me and my sister's whole  premise for our blog.... Easy, quick crafts and decor. These no sewing, no gluing pumpkins are perfect!

Oh, and for those who love vintage? And chenille? Here are some pumpkins to delight from 
Sew Sweet Vintage...

I hope you really liked this round up from our friends who linked up to our PUMPKIN PARTY.
If you pin anything be sure to go to the original blog and pin from there. Thanks for looking.





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Under The Table and Dreaming

Hi, I'm Linda and I am the writer, crafter, and chief-cook-and-bottle-washer of this blog. Hope you will join me for some fun and it's all about fun. What if the Hokey Pokey IS what it's all about.

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14 comments:

  1. Thank you for featuring my no sew no glue pumpkin!! Excited to have been a part of your party:D

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    1. Yes, I really love it. Easy, quick is good. take care, Linda

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  2. Thanks for the shout out!! It was a fun party. So many cute pumpkin ideas.

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    1. Aren't they great? I love them all!! Thanks for joining.

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  3. Thanks so much for featuring my Soda Bottle Pumpkins. How exciting! And I'm excited about the other wonderful ideas.

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    1. I love your Soda Bottle Pumpkins! Thanks for making our PUMPKIN PARTY even more special. Linda

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  4. such cute pumpkins, thanks for sharing!!!
    Paula

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    1. If you want to make fabric pumpkins, this is the place to find out how... ha ha Linda

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  5. I tried a couple this weekend, including a paper one that is still in progress. It's on my current post.
    LOVE all of these.
    XOXO's,
    Marcia

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  6. Looks like you have a variety to try. I like them all.
    Pat

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    1. Yes, if you have a scrap of fabric and a roll of toilet paper (everyone has those ha ha) you can make a fabric pumpkin!! Thanks for joining the conversation! Best wishes, Linda

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  7. Hi Linda: What a cute array of pumpkin projects you've put together in this post--I really like the burlap ones that spell out fall! It was nice to hear from you today over at my blog, and glad that you enjoyed the mule tips post. If you like that one, I have one for next week about my brother's watusi steer! Take care, and have a wonderful new week!

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    1. I want to read about the steer, too. These are animals we don't have and so they are interesting to read/hear about. Thanks for coming over and commenting. Linda

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