It's that time of the season to pick a few pumpkins. I have a few surprises growing. Want to see?
I have a wide assortment of pretty pumpkins out in the garden. I have a few white pumpkins and some rare potimarron squash.
These miniatures are my favorites. Wool Winder designed one of the cutest felted pumpkin patterns I have ever seen.
Don't you love the way they turned out? My fingers are itching to knit up some more. I have given away a couple of these cuties. I am pondering the thought of an entire Thanksgiving arrangement. I can just see felted pumpkins all over the table!
I used Lambs Pride by Brown Sheep Company in a few different colorways. Orange you glad, prairie goldenrod and orange creamsicle. This pumpkins is orange you glad.
For the stems I used Lambs Pride colorway forest shadows. This was the tiniest little hat I have ever knitted. It's so sweet! It's the perfect cap for the pumpkin.
Here is a closer look at the Malabrigo pumpkins. The color is called Rhodesian. The variegation of the yarn adds a realistic depth to the shape. Give these little cuties a try. I promise the mini's will put a big smile on you face!