• You will use this technique for all of the pumpkin sizes.
  • Fold the piece so that the textured sides are facing each other.
  • Chain 1, sc into the front loop only of the working side of the piece, then into a stitch from the foundation chain {16 sts}
  • Example of sc into the front loop only on working side and a stitch through foundation chain
  • Continue down the Row. Fasten off and leave an EXTRA long tail.
  • Using the shorter tail first - complete a running stitch. Insert a yarn needle out through a stitch.
  • And then in through a stitch. Continuing that pattern until you reach the end.
  • Cinch the running stitch closed.
  • Insert your needle to secure the hole - go back and forth a few times. After securing the hole closed, bring your needle to the inside of the piece and finish with a knot
  • Turn the piece inside out - textured side facing you.
  • Fill the pumpkin with fiberfill stuffing.
  • Close the other side with a running stitch. Cinch the hole closed and secure with a knot.
  • Insert a yarning needle down the top center reaching through to the bottom center.
  • Re-insert your needle through the bottom center and pull through to the top again.
  • Pull taut to bring the middle together. Move over a stitch and repeat - doing this a few times. This will give a pumpkin shape.
  • Make a knot on the bottom of the pumpkin to secure and finish off by weaving in the yarn.
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