I’ve seen some crazy lovely pumpkins this fall. These sat at the back door of the Wisconsin B&B where Elder Daughter and I stayed on a weekend art studio tour:
The pumpkin in the lower corner looked like it had empty peanut shells stuck all over it. But it didn’t.
And these colorful rows of pumpkins were at an apple orchard my Hub and I stopped at in northern Door County while camping at the end of September:
All of these colors inspired my new blanket, “Pumpkin Patch.” (I’ll be bringing it to this weekend’s holiday open house!)
I had this blanket, minus its appliques, along for the college campus modeling session:
This is Younger Daughter, above, studiously observing the boys’ apartment building and, below, meandering in the garden. What are we paying for again?? Just kidding.
Today, back at home, I added the finishing touches: leaves drawn from a pumpkin vine (although I took some liberties with their color).
Our leafy yard made a good backdrop today!
And finally, I captured a shot of “Pumpkin Patch” and “Night Garden” together, keeping sweet ones warm after a rain:
“Pumpkin Patch” (70″ x 82″ )
(This is no longer available for sale.)