Fabric Pumpkin Pattern

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Fabric Pumpkin Pattern | Creative Cain Cabin Have you seen these cute as ever fabric pumpkins all over Pinterest? Well, not only are they easy but they’re fun to make. You can put them together with fabric glue, or sew them. I chose to sew mine and I hot glued the stem and leaves onto the top. I recycled all my materials. The check fabric was previously a curtain, the white was a sweater and the brown was leftover fabric from another project. I used polyfill to stuff the pumpkins and cut a branch from a tree for the stems. 

Fabric Pumpkin Pattern | Creative Cain Cabin So far I haven’t decided where to use them in my fall decor, but I know I will find a place for them. You can find the pattern here, and watch out they become very addictive to make. I’m spending the rest of the week swapping over my living room slipcovers and making some new pillows. I hope to have it all ready for next week’s reveal.

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Comments

  1. Carolyn says

    I love these, now to find something to recycle. Thanks for sharing.

    • says

      Carolyn, I bet you will have something that will make a great pumpkin.

    • says

      Thank you Kris, I hope I find time to get it all done. This homework is keeping me busy.

    • says

      Linda, they would be cute with a different fabric for every panel.

  2. says

    Love your pumpkins.

    I made a few pumpkins last fall. I guess it is time to dig them out of the attic.

    • says

      Yes Carol it is getting to be that time of year.

  3. says

    These are so cute, Dawn. I think I see a project on my horizon. xo Laura

    • says

      Laura, they’re really fun to make and the best part is you can keep them for years.

  4. says

    I can see how these would be addicting…but honestly I don’t know how you fit this sort of thing in! Very cute and thanks for the pattern link. ๐Ÿ™‚

    • says

      Ann, I have gave up sleeping to get everything done. LOL

    • says

      Julie, I hope you make a few, they are fun to do and look so cute when they’re done.

  5. says

    I love these. I am getting a hankering to sew again. There is nothing so satisfying as sitting and sewing on a rainy day. Between you and Ann over at On Sutton Place with inspirational projects I have quite a sewing list. This is going to be a fun winter.

    • says

      Pamela, that sounds like fun just spending a day sewing. I wish I had more time to do that.

  6. LeAnn Crouch says

    I love your blog! Great ideas and your color choices are awesome. You take amazing pictures too!

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