PUMPKINS!

The Ravelry group ‘Loom Along’ we aren’t really doing one pattern this month.  We’re doing any and every pumpkin pattern you want!  It’s fun.  Some people are using existing patterns, some are putting modifications on patterns, and I am making my own patterns.  I have two of them so far (with ideas for many more!)
Here is Calabacita: Little Pumpkin
002And this one is Tiger Pumpkin
007Both are really small and fit in your hand.  Calabacita is about 2″ tall and Tiger Pumpkin is about 3″ tall.  They were made on my 30 peg Kiss 2-Way Adjustable loom, but you can make it on any loom with a multiple of 5 pegs (preferably at least 20 pegs so that your pumpkin doesn’t look funny.)  If you want the pattern for them, just click on their titles above the pictures.  😀  Keep coming back for more pumpkins as the month progresses!

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5 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. guppylovesshark
    Oct 08, 2009 @ 23:40:58

    Mwah! Super fabulous 🙂 Thanks for sharing patterns with the Rav group. Looks like you used the Kiss Loom so I’m hoping you’ll be sharing the pattern over in the yahoo group 😉 Hugs!

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  2. Bethany
    Oct 11, 2009 @ 06:49:37

    Super cute, Robin! :D. I need to get in there and post mine too…hmmm…thanks for the reminder. ;). Can’t wait to see more of your harvesty creations!

    Reply

  3. Stacie
    Oct 13, 2009 @ 15:00:46

    Looks Great! I will have to make time and make them since I still have plenty of orange yarn.

    Reply

  4. SlerEndurne
    Dec 12, 2009 @ 15:42:05

    Great .. really amazing issue. I will blog about it as well!!

    Reply

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