Pauline Pumpkin Pillow

Pauline Pumpkin Pillow

Pauline Pumpkin Pillow
Pauline Pumpkin Pillow

"Fall is my favorite time of the year! I love it all, the colors, the smells, the sights, and the new TV shows. It just has so much to offer that I find myself inspired by it as early as June or July and I want to begin decorating as soon as I get the spark of creation. The Pauline Pumpkin Pillow was born of silly idea to make another silly pillow. One very determined night later and the Pauline Pumpkin Pillow is cute, fun, and super easy to make in one evening (well maybe two if you’re not as obsessive as I am)."

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished Size1 size: Height: 11.25" - 11.5" Width: 9.25" - 9.5"

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Nice size for a pillow. I think the tendrils really take this pattern over the top as it adds more texture and interest to the finished product. There are a lot of directions but they are well written. If you follow them, your Pauline Pumpkin pillow will be admired by all.

This is such a simple pattern that its perfect for Beginner crafters. My senior ladies especially want projects that are useful as well as decorative. Many of them have downsized their living arrangements so they dont have a lot of space to store seasonal decorations. Im going to suggest making one side like a Jack oLantern and leaving the other side plain. That way they can keep it on display for both Halloween and Thanksgiving.

This is such a very cute idea. The pumpkin looks good as is, but could also be given an upgrade for Halloween with some patches for a jack o lantern face, but nothing too scary though. Instructions are given in detail and are very easy to understand. Looks easy to make.

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