Last post I embroidered some Halloween ghost lollipop covers.
Up next: pumpkin lollipop covers!
What you need:
5" x 5" squares orange fabric
Black or yellow embroidery floss
Lollipops (I used Tootsie Pops)
Basic supplies: hoop, scissors, pencil/transfer pen
Optional: coins (such as a penny or nickel)
1. Draw a pumpkin face on your orange fabric square.
2. Stitch the face with a satin stitch.
3. Remove the fabric from the hoop and grab your lollipops, ribbon, and coins!
4. Tie the fabric around the lollipop with the green ribbon.
If you want the pumpkins to stand up, include the coin when you tie the fabric around the pop - it will work as an anchor to stand up.
I stitched up more pumpkins using yellow floss for the face, outlining it with black.
These do not have a coin inside and are just laying down.
I hope you try stitching these little pumpkin covers! If you do, be sure to post photos in the Flickr Embroidery Group.