|By Anita of ASE Knits n' Crochets|
I also did a little searching around on the web myself to see what kind of organic embelishments I could turn up. So, let's have a look -- shall we?
|Mimi's Crochet Flowers|
I also discovered this free flower fridgie tutorial on the Salihan Crafts blog. Salihan uses her flowers to decorate her giant amigurumi fruits (strawberries, pears, and apples) and shows you how to attach a pin back or magnet!
|Easy Peasy Crochet Flowers|
Last but not least, Lucy of Attic24 has a really neat layered flower design that would look gorgeous on a pumpkin vine.
|Craft Stylish Leaves|
Lion Brand also has a gorgeous felted leaf coaster pattern. The finished leaves might be too big to attach to the pumpkins, but they could make a very cool "nest" to display your pumpkin. Either way, when I get time, I need to try this pattern!
Rhonda Rowley has two really nice leaf patterns. Her elm and birch leaf appliques are simple-looking enough to not take away from the pumpkin and would look beautiful in some fall colors.
I hope you enjoyed this little "bonus" post and thanks again to Anita for sharing her sources. I'll see you later in the week with stem instructions!