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« Stylecraft Blog Tour 2017 | Main | Autumn Afternoon »

October 25, 2017


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Laurie Mowat

It's me again. I was just thinking about making a longer starting chain and making a taller pumpkin. I'm not sure how that would look so I'll have to have a go.
Take care.

Laurie Mowat

I actually have this pattern saved on Pinterest. The idea of not working in circles appealed to me also.
I appreciate the photos of how you seamed and finished
Those two-toned pumpkins are gorgeous, the colors are so pretty together. As for those pink pumpkins here in the U.S. I had no idea we even had something like that.
You learn something new everyday!
Also, a belated congratulations on your awards! Yours' is the only crochet blog I go to on a regular basis.
Great ideas and wonderful photos!
All the best to you.


These are stunning Lucy. I have made a couple of these as gifts and they were well received. It's a great pattern....Now I really want to make some more with your added twists. They are such a perfect Autumn decoration. Thank you for sharing.
Jacquie xxx

Becky Delson

I love this post! Your pictures are beautiful.

Lenore Rhodes

Beautiful, love them. X


Wow beautiful

Shirley Flavell

Fabulous post. Beautiful pumpkins. Thank you so much for sharing(andJune). How could you not make some of these for an Autumnal setting even though it's Spring here in N.Z Of I go to get some yarn in oranges💕😁


Thank for this beautiful and colourful post!


Lucy, you have outdone yourself once again! Your collage photo is truly a work of art and each little part of it is a work of art. Such pretty colors and shapes. Love, love, love the leaves too. All of these colors and shapes make me swoon too. Thanks for sharing. Happy Halloween and all things Autumny.

Helen Welsh

Oh my gosh!!!!! Just gorgeous!!!! This post makes me wanna run upstairs & pull out yarn & a hook right now!! Really must finish at least one project before I give in though ;) maybe one sock counts? I’m knitting ones with pumpkins on at the mo (on the blog if you want to pop over and see?) as October colors are my favorites & I’m somewhat obsessed with pumpkins anyways lol. Can’t wait to see your autumn garland, have a lovely rest of your half term,
Helen x

Angela-Southern USA

FANtastic!!! Creative minds must think alike, for I too have been making mini pumpkins along with crows. I LOVE your striped ones I MUST make a few straight away. lol Here's a few of mine if care for a look.(My crow and larger pumpkin is on there as well.)
Happy Autumn!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Mary H

The twizzly bit really makes it beautiful! I love pumpkins and this is the first year I haven't grown any in my vegetable patch. May have to try a few of these instead.Thanks for sharing.

mrs. smythe

These are wonderful!


Oh my goodness, so many pretty pumpkins. I would never have combined so many different colors, but they all look real and wonderful. Thanks for the link.


They're brilliant, and beautifully photographed. I love the blue ones and cream ones as well, a bit different to the standard orange. I like how you've done the stripey ones, nice job. CJ xx


Oh goodness, PlanetJune, I'm lost again in that wormhole of internet blogs. Love her little things. I see you got carried away too by her little pumpkins XD Thanks for that tutorial of those little sweeties. Love to live in a place on this gorgeous planet were the seasons change. Those breathtaking colours <3 Curious how your mantle piece will look after you redecorated it.


Fandabedozy as a Kranky would say! Just love them. ANd love the real things too, growing and eating them. Have a great Hallowe'en.


Brilliant post Lucy, I'm a beginner at crochet, just about to finish my first granny square blanket, I love your blog for inspiration and colour and I may just have a go at these beautiful little pumpkins xxx


Love the pumpkins Lucy! My favourite is the one you made from Lincoln Green with Silver. An ingenious bit of colour mixing. But it was hard to choose a favourite from such a lovely selection.

Rina Vaisman

AMAZING Post Lucy. So beautiful photo's, your tutorial and your combination of colors and shapes. No surprise that you got 3 prizes this year. Thanking you and sending you my very best regards from sunny Israel

Fiona M

I know you're a 'summer person', but autumn is my favourite time of year, partly because the seasonal colour palette is somehow completely in tune with me. I love your display of little hooky pumpkins, with the cute little leaves and tendrils, they are gorgeous!

Winwick Mum

These are great fun, I love them! Definitely a happy way to spend half term! xx


I see a pumpkinfeeld blanket coming true, love your pumpkins.


They are adorably cute! I just wish there were more hours in the day 😄


Absolutely Gorgeous. I fell in love with them instantly. How about doing a video for this.

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