When life gives you scraps, make pumpkins!
Step 1: Pattern & Materials
Hot Glue Gun
2 Pipe Cleaners (green)
Old pillow to use the stuffing from
Needle & thread
Your pumpkin will turn out however you cut the pattern pieces. Short, wide pieces will make a short-wide pumpkin. The bottom circle is for the big pumpkin. The medium pumpkin had a circle 1/2 that size, and the smallest one didn't have a bottom circle. It's not really necessary to make a bottom, but it does make it sit more flat on a surface.
Step 2: Cutting
Pin your pattern to your scraps, alternating textures, or materials. Cut the patterns out until you have 8pieces for the large pumpkin.
(6 for the medium, and 4 for the small)
Do the same for your circle.
Step 3: Sewing
Sew the bottom circle (rightsides together) to the bottom of the pumpkin. If your circle is a little too big....not a problem. Just cut off the excess.
Turn your pumpkin right-side out.
For the stem, I used a green scrap of cordoroy. Sew around 3 edges, then turn right-side out.
Step 4: Stuffing
Step 5: ZOMBIE WARNING!!!!!!!
Step 6: Zombie Caged...crisis Averted
Step 7: Hand-sew the Top
Step 8: Add the Leaves and Vine
Using a green pipe-cleaner twist it around a pun, then stretch it out. Hot glue it next to the stem along with some fake leaves.
Step 9: You're Done!
Enjoy your project made from scraps.