A DIY Yarn Pumpkins tutorial with tips on how to create 3 different patterns on your fall pumpkins!
These cozy fall pumpkins are the cutest!
I had a whole lot of fun making these DIY Yarn Pumpkins and I absolutely love the addition of soft pumpkins in our living room.
They were just what I needed to finish out the fall decor in our living room.
And to make each one unique I used a variety of yarn and 3 different patterns.
Two of the pumpkins were made with the normal up and down technique, but with two different yarns (one is sitting on the shelf and the other is the bottom left pumpkin in the basket).
One of the pumpkins I used yarn that I had braided before hot gluing it to the pumpkin (this one is sitting on top of the basket of pumpkins).
For the 3rd pumpkin (the bottom right pumpkin in the basket) I used a 4-finger yarn knitting pattern.
I used one of my first tutorials from 2013 to create this last yarn pattern (which you can see here – just remember, the formatting, writing, and style are all 2013 😉 ).
And I love how each one turned out, but my favorite is the one sitting on the shelf that was made with this extra-soft yarn!
1. First, remove the green stem from the pumpkin.
2. Next, hot glue the yarn to the pumpkin. Start by hot gluing the end of the yarn to the top of the pumpkin and hot gluing the yarn down to the bottom, and then up to the top again.
3. Continue this process, hot gluing the yarn up and down until the entire pumpkin is covered in yarn.
4. Once the pumpkin is fully covered in yarn, cut the end of the yarn and hot glue it to the pumpkin.
5. Finally hot glue the stick to the top of the pumpkin. Let dry.
6. Decorate and enjoy your fall decor!
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I hope this DIY tutorial helps you as you decorate your home!
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With love, Giusti
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