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Plarn Pumpkin

By: Mary Dickerson from craftytuts.com
Plarn Pumpkin
Plarn Pumpkin

"With this pattern, you will be able to create a medium pumpkin. The size is perfect for a centerpiece, or as a decor accent to be used at home. But still big enough if you would like to use it to decorate something outside, like your patio or porch. They're also the perfect size to be put in a corner of the stairs, without taking too much space that could become a tripping hazard. In conclusion, you can make this plarn pumpkin as a decor accent for almost any corner of your home. And you don't have to spend a dome on it, because is made with free plastic bags"

NotesA link to a video tutorial to help you make plarn is included in the blog post.

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Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

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I am also someone who has never heard of crocheting with plastic bags. But I am open to trying new things. I also had a thought. If it's made out of plastic, then I shouldn have to worry about it getting wet outside. I think I am going to like this new technique.

Very interesting. I had never heard of plarn before seeing this pattern. My curiosity got the better of me and I had to go to the designers site to investigate this pattern further. Huh. Plarn is yarn made from plastic bags. I am at a loss for words and intrigued at the same time. I have got to learn how to do this.

Ive made plenty of things with plarn but never thought of a pumpkin. I dont think Ive ever seen orange grocery bags, but I have seen huge orange yard bags meant to hold leaves. I know the whole point of plarn is to recycle, but if I catch the yard bags on sale (or better yet clearance), Ill get some for this project.

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