Wednesday, September 18, 2013

The Primitive Pumpkin Patch

Wow, does time's September already...and feeling so much like fall!  

These past few weeks have been busy ones...I have been prepping for shows...had one last weekend and have another one to deliver inventory to in October.  And in the midst of that, our new granddaughter arrived!  Ava Grace made her appearance on August 24--surprised us all by coming a week earlier than scheduled.  So needless to say, I have been busy snuggling her when I get the chance, as well as enjoying play days with our first granddaughter, Aubrey...she is almost two and is quite fun...talks up a storm and goes non-stop.  Now both of our sons have a little one--so hard to believe.  But what a blessing grandchildren are!

I wanted to share some fun, prim pumpkins I stitched up.  I recycled old fabric remnants and created multiple sizes of cute pumpkins for fall decorating.  Various textures and patterns create nice little groupings.

They are listed in my Etsy shop if you need some primitive, fall decor.

Linking up at: Whatever Goes Wednesday


  1. I love your pumpkins in the egg basket. We have tons of these egg baskets because we collect eggs in them (chicken ranch here!)...what a great idea. Love how you decorate too. Wonderful post!

    1. Thanks for visiting Debbie--I thought they looked cute piled in the basket too...

      A chicken ranch! I keep thinking it would be neat to have a few chickens for fresh eggs, but hubby wants no part of that...but a chicken ranch! Wow.

      Stop back again sometime...smiles and sunshine...Bev

  2. I love what you have done. Please come show off your creativity at Frenzy Friday.
    We are at I will not be a party without you!.