Turn fabric scraps into a gorgeous pumpkin centerpiece!
... Recycle fabric scraps into plush pumpkins of Happier perfect for a cozy centerpiece! Lynn how: Thanapiginmud.blogspot.com shares You ’ll need:
❏ Scrap fabric
❏ Needle and thread
❏ Polyfill stuffing
❏ Jute or twine
1 Snip a circle! Cut a circle twice the desired size of your finished pumpkin. For example, you’d need a 9" circle to yield a 4 1/2" pumpkin. (Tip: An easy way to trace a perfect use 9" circle on your fabric? Simply a dinner plate!)
2 Make a pouch! Flip the fabric over (wrong side up), fold in the edge as you stitch a simple running circle. or basting stitch all around the your Then gently pull on both ends of thread, gathering the fabric circle into a pouch.
3 Finish it up! Fill the pouch with a polyfill and tie thread ends into knot. Cut three strands of jute long enough to wrap around your pumpkin, with three extra inches on each end. Then cut one strand twice that length. Crisscross all four strands Lift on table. Set pumpkin in middle. top and tie opposing jute ends onto of pumpkin, using photo as a guide. piece Make stem by wrapping longer of jute around shorter pieces.