Today is my day to participate in the Pick a Pumpkin Blog Hop hosted by Carla of Creatin’ in the Sticks! Thank you, Carla, for pulling all the bloggers together and allowing us to show our punkin’ colors!!
I chose to incorporate my love for embroidery into this hop and digitized a couple of designs to use. I will also share a couple of recipes with you as well.
For my pumpkin picking, I decided to embroider a kitchen towel. The inspiration for this design was in a bundle of fall art work I purchased. I decided to make the pumpkin and leaf applique instead of a fill. I also stitched a “recipe card” to another towel. I was going to write a recipe on this, but decided to let the winner (oh – did I mention there is a giveaway?!! ?) write a recipe of their liking – just in case they wanted to gift it to someone.
I purchased these towels last year for a craft show and stitched a LOT of Christmas towels and these recipe towels. The Pumpkin Spice design can be purchased in my shop here.
Then I decided I “needed” a new fall candle wrap. I digitized this for flameless candles. I have a lot of candle wraps on my website. This one is a little different from the others and I’m really liking it!! It is available for purchase in my shop here.
Here is it is in action!!
And here are two recipes I found for those pumpkin lovers amongst us. In all honesty, I’m not a huge pumpkin fan, but these recipes sound so good I may just give them a try. Or I may try them with my favorite fall (and really anytime!) vegetable – sweet potatoes!!
And now for the giveaway!
If you would like a chance to win the two kitchen towels and the candle wrap (due to shipping costs, not the candle!), complete the rafflecopter form below! This is open to everyone! Even international visitors! Good luck to you all!! At midnight on 11/11/18 this contest will turn into – well – how about a pumpkin! The winner will be chosen at random by rafflecopter.
Be sure to visit all the other bloggers and see what pumpkin delights they have to share with you! Here is the schedule: