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DIY Fabric Pumpkin – Top Easy Interior Design Idea For Thanksgiving Decor Project

 

  1. Sew the strips together with a 1/4″ seam allowance – making sure if your fabric is directional that they face the right way.
  2. Sew the two ends together to make a tube. Thread your large needle with your embroidery thread – run a gathering stitch along the bottom and pull the thread up tight to close the opening. Knot the thread.
  3. Turn the fabric right side out. Run a gathering stitch along the top, but don’t pull the threads tight yet. Stuff the pumpkin with fiberfill.
  4. Pull the thread at the top almost tight, then add a little more fiberfill. You want the pumpkin pretty full. Finish gathering up the top and knot the thread.
  5. Using more embroidery thread, make a small stitch in the bottom, then pull the thread around to the top along a seam. Holding the thread tight, take a little stitch and knot the thread. Repeat for all the seams – pulling the thread tight each time to give it that pumpkin shape.
  6. Glue a large flat pumpkin to the bottom of the pumpkin, which is cute and as a bonus covers up all your stitching.
  7. If you are using the wooden end caps as your tops (I found these at Walmart), cut the shank off of a glittery button and glue to the top of the cap. Boom. Instant glam.
  8. Glue the cap in place on top of the pumpkin, then tie a ribbon bow around the cap to finish it off!

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