on the hunt

I love Pinterest.  And I love pumpkins.  And I love decorating for fall.  And I love fabric.

This is a dangerous combo.

 

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Velvet pumpkins from Love Feast Table.

I am absolutely dying to make these.  I don’t have velvet, but I do have some vintage barkcloth.  I have a long needle and plenty of stuffing.  I’ve read 5 tutorials.

But because I am not a gardener and I don’t grow pumpkins, I don’t have these:

pumpkin-stems

So I’m begging all of my gardening friends to save their pumpkin and squash stems for me.  You can just toss them in a box and let them dry in a warm place for a week or two.  I’ll get them next summer (or pay for the shipping to RI)  and make you a pumpkin or two in exchange!!!!

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Today, after Banjo Man returns from work, I’m going to head over to the local garden shop and see if they have any stems lying around/for sale/on top of mushy garbage pumpkins.  If I just had a stem or two in order to try the technique I would be happy.

Big or small, straight or twisted, anything goes!

I’ll let you know how it works out.  In the meantime, save those stems!

 

 

 

 

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2 Responses to on the hunt

  1. Karen says:

    As you know I also love pumpkin season; muffins, bread, decorations, colors and especially pumpkin spice coffee! I will buy some pumpkins now that I have an excuse for Hot Rod Lincoln!

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