The weather is cooler, the leaves are changing color and everyone has officially switched gears from Summer to Fall. I have seen some of the coziest, most creative patterns this year. Everything from ear warmers to scarves to ponchos. But sometimes between these big cozy projects, you need to take a break and create something quick & simple! Thats where these tiny pumpkins come in!
- The instructions are clear, easy to follow and are accompanied by some helpful photos
- You may already have all the supplies needed in your yarn stash
- Depending on your level of crochet experience you can create multiple in one day
After making the traditional orange pumpkin with a brown stem, I decided to make a teal pumpkin in honor of my little dude with food allergies!
The Teal Pumpkin Project was created to help raise awareness of food allergies. If you place a teal pumpkin outside your door on Halloween night, you are signaling to food allergy kiddos that you are handing out non-food treats! This helps includes all of our children in the fun and keeps them safe!
This year I will be handing out:
- Halloween themed pencils and erasers
- Bouncy balls
- Glow sticks
If you would like to learn more about The Teal Pumpkin Project (and possibly participate!) I encourage you to visit www.FoodAllergy.org and allow F.A.R.E. (Food Allergy Research & Education) to suggest some alternatives for candy this year! 💙
A special thank you to Petals To Picots for letting me share this perfect little pumpkin pattern!