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Friday, October 3, 2014

Crocheted pumpkin pie!

For my non-Facebook folks, and just to record on my blog....I made this adorable crocheted pumpkin pie tonight.  The recipe for it was found here:  http://craftyiscool.blogspot.com/2011/11/free-pattern-friday-squeeze-n-sniff.html
I found a more pumpkin pie colored yarn ( more of a burnt orange) at JoAnns today, and also a gray yarn with metallic in it for the pie pan.  The crust is made of beige yarn.  There is a little sachet I made (just like the instructions shows to do) that has cinnamon and cloves inside, so when you squeeze it, it smells good.
I used safety eyes just because I thought they were so cute, and I felt they would look better than if I tried to embroider them on.  It called for 10mm eyes, and they only had a size 12mm, but I think bigger eyes look even cuter!  I just realized I forgot to make the whipped cream for the top!  I will try it.  It might be too complicated for me...but will post when and if I get it done!
I'm all set for Thanksgiving now!  Hehehe.
XOXO_ Julie

9 comments:

Bobbie Lynn said...

That is so so adorable. Love the face you put on it.
thanks for sharing. : )
Have a wonderful weekend.
Blessings!

Lisa at Greenbow said...

This is the type of pie I should have at my house. No calories. ;) Cute.

Teri Casper said...

Terrific job Julie. So adorable and perfect for the holiday.

Jessica @ Barefoot by the Sea said...

Oh my goodness! This is too cute for words :-) I just love it!

Julie said...

Thanks all!!! You know the sachet I put inside is smelling better the more I squeeze...it lets the spices drift out and I just love that. I smell it for sun! LOLOL.

Claude said...

Finally catching up on my blogger friends...thats quite adorable. It would make a cute pincushion.

Julie said...

Claude- What a good idea!!!

Deb said...

A calorie free pie just what I need for the holidays, your sachet is adorable and the face is sweet. I thank you for the link I'm going to try my hand at making one.

Mollie Johanson said...

So adorable!