My Oldie Pumpkin Projects



I happened to come across these little creatures today as I ventured through my attic. I made them about 16 years ago and used to put them out at Halloween when my kids were little. Things change quite a bit without kids around anymore. I was really surprised that they are still pretty bright in color. I don't think I have ever washed them so maybe that is why. I noticed that the glue on the eyelashes of the big pumpkin is showing. It must have gotten hot and melted. The triple digit summer's take a tole on things in the attic. Other than that they are all in pretty good shape. The pilgrim pumpkins were always my favorite. I thought I had given my pumpkins away so I am happy I found them.

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  1. Hello friend, good dia.Venho make you a visita.Adorei your blog, you work very bonitos.bjtos.Nile.

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  2. Those pumpkins are precious and ready te be displayed many more years!

    -Michelle

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  3. hi teresa
    how about teaching us how to make the pumpkin too?

    Recently i was surfing the net and saw some baby beanie hat tat looks like a bunny hat and a strawberry hat. Was wondering if u have ever done these hats? If yes, would really appreciate u could teach us too =)

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  4. Heavenlymade,
    I do have a small pumpkin pattern posted.

    http://crochet-mania.blogspot.com/2008/10/blog-post_2875.html

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  5. thanks teresa, got it. I just gone and buy some orange yarn.

    btw, is it possible if i show u the two beanie hats i saw, and u able to tell me how to do it? Abit troublesome for you. Basically its a baby hat with 2 small mouse ears and the other one is a hat which looks like the top of a strawberry.

    Sorry to trouble u. Feel bad. If too troublesome, nvm about it. Thanks again.

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