October 27

Sweater = Pumpkin

Posted by lori . 8 Comments

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Inspiration:

I can’t remember where I first saw these…but they’re everywhere.

 

Supplies:

Sweater

Scissors

Needle

Thread

Fiberfill

Stick

1.  Cut off a piece of the sleeve.

2.  Turn the piece inside out and sew a running stitch around one end.  Gather and knot-off.

3.  Turn the piece right-side out.  Stuff with fiberfill.

4.  Sew a running stitch around the top.  I liked the rolled hem of the sleeve, so I left it sticking out.  Gather and knot-off.

5.  Cut off a piece of the stick, and insert it in the top.  If it’s a little loose, apply some glue.

6.  Isn’t this cute!  And, there’s a lot of sweater left, so you can have pumpkins galore, in every size imaginable.

 

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