Hello TT&J readers, Jen here visiting again. I want to share no sew pumpkin tutorial.
It’s always a delight to be here on one of my favorite blogs.
So today I am sharing with you my
“NO SEW Fabric Pumpkins!”
They are easy and oh’ so cute.
You can pick any fabrics you want for this project. I think that this project cost around $12.00 – 14.00 dollars.
However, if you have fabric on hand, a glue gun, some ribbon some polly fill, garbage bags, scissors, and rubber bands then this project will cost you nothing.
Here is a tutorial from TOP left to BOTTOM right image:
- First take your bag/grocery store (I used doggie disposal bags, or diaper disposal bags would work great too) and I filled it with poly-fil to my desired amount.
- Next I pushed out some air and tied a small rubber band around the bag. I clipped off the extra un-needed bag. Then I placed the bag in the center of my fabric square, I gathered all corners, tucking were needed and pulled everything to the top center.
- I again wrapped the pulled fabric in some more rubber bands, and too cut off the extra un-needed fabric.
- To embellish the fabric pumpkin I then hot glued some ribbon around the pumpkin two pieces connecting from one end to another. Lastly I moved onto the stem. I took some cut green polka dot ribbon and hot glued them from one end to the other.
- TIP: for the second piece of hot glued ribbon I made sure I tucked in any extra sticking out fabric by pinching it into the first piece of glued ribbon.
- I finished the pumpkin stem with some rick rack and some jute. You can add your favorite ribbon trims.
This project was super easy to do, I probably spent around 30 minutes total making these.
Thank you so much jen for the opportunity to
post here again.
I also love meeting new people, and would love to see you stop by COM
Those pumpkins are so fun. Thanks for sharing them with us for Pumpkin Week!
Here are a few other awesome things happening at Craft-O-Maniac
I love the way Jen decorates her hutch for the seasons — Vintage Fall Hutch
Be sure to check out Jen’s ideas at Craft-O-Maniac.
I love her projects and HUGE heart. She is so sweet!!
PS — My Halloween Plate wall is coming up tomorrow for Pumpkin Week!