It’s October – Time For Pumpkin Everywhere!

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  1. It may be October and Fall in most places but here in South Louisiana, we are doing our Pumpkin Spice stuff with excessive heat! Still in the 90’s!! But I do love all your pumpkin projects, especially Amy Smart’s stuff! Love her patterns!!

  2. dezertsuz says:

    What a great summary of fun pumpkin projects! I love this post. Thanks, there were a couple on there I didn’t know about, and I’m pumpkin project picking, too. =)

  3. chrisknits says:

    You know I am all about the pumpkins lately! LOL Great project choices!

  4. I don’t know, Roseanne, but we are still very much into apples here. The food dehydrator hasn’t stopped in a week and is producing dried apple rings. We envision about 3 more weeks of hearing it run and warm the house. I’ve made applesauce and apple pie filling for the freezer and baked pies and crisps. Tomorrow we start seriously picking from 8 trees and start cidering which will take a few weeks to finish. Yeah, planting 12 apple trees 20 years ago was a good idea!! It tends to get family and friends to come to my house for free food. We pay our help with apples and cider.

  5. Barbara Esposito, TheQuiltedB says:

    Oooo! YES! Paper piecing sew-along please!! Thanks for all the shares. So many options!

  6. Susan says:

    Thanks for sharing all those wonderful pumpkin projects – fall is certainly upon us!

  7. sandradny says:

    Such lovely projects! I vote for the idea of a paper-pieced project-along — paper piecing is the best way to get me to sew a straight line LOL!

  8. I haven’t made any pumpkins this year yet. You have some great choices though! I have the same pattern as your first picture, except mine has apples on it. It’s an oldie but goodie.

  9. I had not seen the paper pieced ones before nor Pat Sloan’s. Which pumpkins will you choose to make. You already know my pumpkin projects for this year:)

  10. Shannon Fleming says:

    I’ve been making pumpkins lately. I thought it was about time to make a fall quilt for the couch. Good to see that you will be making some next month. Maybe it will help me get mine finished in time to use it this year!

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