here and I would also add Sandy Henderson's Shabby Pumpkins Pattern for sale here, the Simple Wife's with real stems, and McCalls Patterns has a free download here). I ended up attempting Martha's tutorial with the additional wisdom of Danielle Thompson.
The scarecrow is a Value Village find, "vintage 1995, Turner Entertainment". We also found the Tin Man lacking a heart, but are still aching for a lion.
The pumpkins are made from scraps of fabric from my stash and gold crochet thread.
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P.S. This is my final September sewing project for the Creative Maven's Sew 5 Challenge.