Patchwork Pumpkins

10.05.2010

I have been so busy in my little basement atelier cooking up new patterns that I nearly forgot to mention my latest PDF sewing pattern here on the blog! So without further ado, I introduce Patchwork Pumpkins:

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The pattern includes all three sizes of pumpkins pictured, with tutorial-style instructions and color photos for each step. The smallest sized pumpkin is perfect for a pincushion. The fabrics I've used here are all by Joel Dewberry (Aviary) except for the big polka dots, which are by Amy Butler. I found those adorable acorns here.

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My workspace is a flurry of sketches, bits and pieces of prototypes, felt, thread and buttons, plus stacks and stacks of fabric. Much like the one this little guy is perched upon. I've got some really fun things in the works, I can't wait to show you!

The sidebar is getting a bit crowded with patterns, so for now I'll send you to my shop for the pattern, until I work out something else to give you more shopping options.

Edited to add: I did go ahead and put the pumpkin pattern in my sidebar because some international customers are having difficulty checking out through Etsy. Thanks for letting me know!

Happy Sewing!
Kim

12 comments:

  1. que lindo! amo seus trabalhos! parabéns!

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  2. Love that! SOOOO adorable! I'm jealous of those fabric stacks too!

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  3. Those are so cute! Great job! How does one make a pdf pattern? Do you have some expensive adobe software?

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  4. anyone want to make me some and send them to me? I don't have a sewing machine (doh!! maybe for christmas...) kristie snuggles2901@yahoo.com

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  5. The pumpkins are too cute!! I think they would be really cute in basket as a centerpiece for a table. Love it!!

    You're blogging has inspired me to start sharing my projects as well. Anyone interested in learning how to take your bobbing/shuttle assembly apart and clean and oil it??? Check out my blog at seamssewcreative.blogspot.com

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  6. OLA AMIGA COMO FAZER PRA TER O MOLDE DESTAS COISAS LINDAS. BEIJOS EMILIA ESPERO RESPOSTA.

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