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October 05, 2009


your cool friend Cheryl

Clever! Now I just have to find an orange sweater...


That's creative! I LOVE it!!!


Those are so cute! I love the leaves you added to them.

Alice @ Once Upon A Dresser

How totally cute!!


beautiful! What a great idea!


Those are the cutest pumpkins! Jackie

Someday Crafts

Absolutely gorgeous! I'm in LOVE! I wish I had an orange sweater because I would cut it apart in a second to make that!.


So beautiful! I recently made some pillows out of thrift store sweaters...I might have to go back and get some for pumpkins!


Um, okay. Now you've crossed a line. How can we still be friends when you are so incredibly gifted and I am so, well, not? :-) You are amazing!


These pumpkins look marvelous. Thanks for the tutorial, I may just have to try this.

Someday Crafts

Ok! I liked these so much, I decided to feature them at somedaycrafts.blogspot.com Grab my "featured" button. Great tutorial!


This looks fantastic - now I'll be on the lookout for orange sweaters. I totally love this.


Love 'em! You are sooo crafty!

Simply Susan

So adorable!


Those are the cutest darn things. My sewing machine and I don't have that close of a relationship yet. Perhaps next year....


so cute, I will have to try this out once I get some sewing practice in.

sandi @ the whistlestop cafe

I hate to admit that I have a 'pumpkin' sweater. (don't call the folks at What Not to Wear)


your pumpkin turned out so good. i have made over 30 now and none of them have been orange, just a variety of harvest colors. i have used a variety of fabircs, such as; old drapery, scarfs, corderoy, velvet, chenille. they seem to be a hit in my spot, selling them as fast as I can make them. thanks for sharing.

Kristi @ Addicted 2 Decorating

That's adorable!! What a great idea. I may even like them better than the real ones!

Ann Tucker

We have a great Halloween Website and have added a link to your site on our blog at
where we are highlighting one of your Halloween decorations. We hope this is ok with you and if not please let me know and I will remove it. Thanks and have a great holiday.

Dawn McVey (dawnsing)

Ok, now these are just stinkin' adorable! :)

Deb Kennedy

Oh, I love your versions - the branch 'stem' is fabulous!
Being that I have an adversarial relationship with my sewing machine, I developed a method of making my 'Sweet Sweater Pumpkins' in 2007 that doesn't require any sewing at all. ;0) http://hummadeedledee.blogspot.com/2009/09/sweet-sweater-pumpkin-time.html


I can't seem to figure out how to print the pattern for the pumpkin....what am I missing? Thanks for your help. Jean

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