I am so happy with this review on Pumpkin garland; it’s the first review on this item. Thank you, Virginia, for your lovely words and five stars 🙂 This bright orange and green bunting now decorates a house in Stockbridge, Georgia, USA.
My new Pumpkin garland is growing up slowly. Firstly I was planning to make the bunting only from plane pumpkins, but it seems that something is missing here. So I added a simple crochet leaf but that wasn’t enough, so I made up a leaf with a tendril and now I am satisfied with it. It’s bright and funny and is the best creation for Thanksgiving Day home decoration.
It’s the highest time to start making garland for Halloween. A Pumpkin garland has long been in my plans but only now I’ve just managed to start crocheting it. As a rule, I firstly test each new project on a plain yarn from my scraps and only after writing down the pattern I start making it on a suitable yarn. This time I choose the base for my project from one of my favourite designer – Anabelia, whose pumpkin-shaped coasters charmed me:
Of course, I had to adjust the number of different stitches to the thickness of my yarn and the hook. So the first attempt is in the picture, as well as the yarn I ordered for this project. I promise to show you the garland making process as soon as it’s possible.
Halloween season has started with pumpkins counted cross stitch pattern. Pumpkins can be used for Halloween tree decoration if you stitch them separately on plastic canvas, or as wall hanging, or for a cushion… there are really a lot of different possibilities to decorate your home for Halloween 🙂