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Pumpkins In Progress

In my latest WIP post I noticed, that I love Autumn. As the Fall season is getting closer and the nature is turning to more colorful, I am switching to autumn-mood.
On Saturday I went to my yarn store and buyed some orange yarns for pumpkins!
Yummie for eating and yummie for crafting!

The big orange something will be a basket. There is a complicated pattern in my mind about a perfect pumpkin-shaped basket, I just have to figure out, how can I complete it!  I am so excited! I started to crochet on Monday night after midnight. I just couldn't sleep...

These darker ones are made for coasters or appliques. Still need some perfection and testing. I will make a few to my Etsy shop,I think.
I am planning to make a garland with black and white pumpkins to get a unique autumn decoration in our home.

This little one is made from some leftover Baby yarn. I am not sure, how will I use it.

Are you ready for the Autumn?

Comments

  1. Ha..I did the same thing this morning..I sorted my stash for fall colors..and started searching for patterns!

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  2. Very cute! I got teased at the craft store yesterday for buying reindeer...I have lots of Christmas projects to get going.

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  3. what a great idea! you could even alternate the two different oranges of the pumpkins.
    i too just LOVE fall. even if we won't have any sort of fall here for a few more months. a girl can dream. LOL

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  4. I am very ready for autumn. I'm not ready for the shorter days though. Your pumpkins are adorable!

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  5. I like the pumpkin coasters, that's a really cute idea. I think I still have a bunch of orange yarn somewhere, maybe I should try and make some for us... Thanks for sharing the idea! :-)

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  6. They're going to be very cute! I'm ready for autumn......I got used to cold weather and now I'm in a hotter climate.

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  7. Cute-cute. I'm not ready to give up summer yet, rolling the pumpkins away. :)

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  8. super cute. i love these colours.

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  9. Noooo, not Fall, not YET! I'm still hanging onto summer :)

    The pumpkin shapes are very cute.

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  10. beautiful. I love the colours and this post just makes me happy that autumn is on its way!!

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  11. The coasters are so cute, Hanni.
    (I love to eat pumpkin. And pumpkin seeds!)
    Looking forward to see the basket.
    Hugs

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  12. Love your little pumpkins :) I am starting to see fall projects everywhere. It's started to cool down here and I am feeling more like crocheting now that it isn't so hot.

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  13. SO cute! Love your pumpkins! We don't have autumn in calif. so to say. September is going to be hot hot hot!!!

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  14. I can't wait to see what they look like finished! They look great so far.

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  15. Love your project. Fall is such a fun season...the colors are gorgeous! You have found the perfect yarn for your project!

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