*Tutorial by Bessie @ Besserina for her win of the Fall Colors challenge*
3 Shades of burlap, I used dark brown, natural and green
Rust colored wool yarn
22″ Orange bias tape
Long sewing needle
Acrylic paint pens in Pumpkin, Brown, Celery and Celadon
Cut a set of 12″ circles from the dark brown burlap, 10″ circles from the green burlap, and 8″ circles from the natural.
Machine stitch around the circles, 1/2″ seam allowance. Leave a 3″ opening for turning and stuffing.
Turn the three circles inside out and stuff them nice and full. Slipstitch the openings closed.
Thread wool yarn on a long needle. Starting from the bottom center of each pumpkin, go up through the center, down along the side and up through the center again. Stitch all around, pulling the yarn tight, creating wedges all around the pumpkins.
Then zigzag stitch the triangles to a 22″ piece of orange bias tape.
I used the acrylic paint pens to write the word FALL on the pennants, with a drawing of a little leaf on each end pennant.
Let dry, drape the garland across the pumpkins and slipstitch the ends in place.