PROJECT: Ghost of Halloween Past!


I designed and made this fabric pumpkin candy basket YEARS ago for the Prym company (it was in some magazine somewhere) and was surprised to see it floating around some crafting site today!

There is no easier project for Halloween than this adorable Jack-O-Lantern created with InnerFuse™. From start to finish in less than 2 hours, this candy filled friend will delight trick-or-treaters both old and young. Use the simple pattern formula and make your pumpkin in any size!

CLICK HEREfor directions on how to make this.   Oddly enough I saw it posted, renamed, on some craft site “BY” someone named – well, not me –  but when you click the link, my name is still there so it’s all good!    Happy Halloween!  xoxom

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5 Comments on “PROJECT: Ghost of Halloween Past!”

  1. Tammy Chavez
    July 21, 2011 at 4:41 PM #

    This is sooo cute! I am going to make a couple and give them to a few of my friends who love Halloween! Thank you Mark.


    • July 21, 2011 at 4:45 PM #

      This is a biggie, but you can just scale down the pattern to make smaller Jacks! Filling the big one with candy might cost you an arm a and a leg — although that’s a good look for Halloween, too! 🙂 xoxom


  2. Cindy Scollard
    July 21, 2011 at 9:38 PM #

    This is great! I have the perfect fabric in my stash … darn, no excuse to buy more ;-). At least your name was still attached to the original pattern!


  3. July 22, 2011 at 5:52 AM #

    I loved the Jack-O-Lantern. I want to make some smaller sizes for my grand-children and great nieces and nephews! And, now that I have the idea early, I might actually get them done for THIS Halloween! Thanks for the great idea!



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