Today I’d like to show you some rustic pumpkins that I had sewn for our little covered patio. All three are made from recycled fabrics.
For the largest one I used a piece of well worn upholstery fabric that I had ripped off an old rocking chair. The original color was dried mustard with some red in it and first I wanted to keep it that way. When the pumpkin was finished though, I just couldn’t stand those colors and painted the pumpkin with some acrylic paint.
The leaf and stem are made from vintage burlap.
The pumpkin below is made out of an old off-white terry towel that I had dyed vintage grey, using silk paint and coffee.
For the stem I used some scraps of knit fabric. I had crocheted the flower just recently and was happy to find the perfect button for it in my stash.
For the smallest one I used an old knitted sock. All fabrics were of course washed before they moved into the studio. Just in case you are wondering, lol.
Isn’t the stenciled sack a great backdrop for my pumpkins? It was a gift from my dear friend Marie over at Lost Bird Studio, along with this gorgeous tag and some pretty lace.
The lovely envelope contained some chalkboard labels which I’ll put on my jars of homemade jam. The sweet oval tag was hanging from a vintage linen dish towel that I already use in the kitchen. Thank you so much again, dear Marie.
Thank you very much for stopping by! Have a wonderful weekend everybody!
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Fall Junkers United at Knick of Time