DIY Fabric Pumpkins | Farmhouse Style

These DIY fabric pumpkins are made from toilet paper rolls, scrap fabric and a stick from the yard! They couldn’t be any easier or cheaper to make!

These DIY fabric pumpkins are made from toilet paper rolls, scrap fabric and a stick from the yard! They couldn’t be any easier or cheaper to make!

I absolutely love fall and decorating every square inch of my house is usually a necessity! However, because our 1886 Victorian was recently struck by lighting and caught fire, our house is being demoed at the moment and I lost most of my holiday decor. So I’m working on filling up my stash again!

I love all things farmhouse styled, organically looking, and neutral, so when I was digging through my stash of fabric and came across a some beautiful pieces from my Etsy shop many moon ago, I knew I needed to make fabric pumpkins!!

Supplies Needed:

-3 rolls of toilet paper, I buy in bulk this toilet paper

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-3 different patterns of fabric, cut in squares at 18″ x 18″ (I used Muslin, Pin Stripe and a Floral)

-3 sticks or twigs from the yard

Video Tutorial:

YouTube video

This project was so easy and makes my house feel so up to date and modern with a twist on the traditional fall colors! I’m absolutely loving these pumpkins and hope you do too! Please be sure to share and PIN!

fabric pumpkins made out of toilet paper rolls with a wooden stick for the stem sitting on a wooden tray in a living room
DIY Fabric Pumpkins Made from Toilet Paper Rolls
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Thank you so much for visiting – I look forward to seeing you next week for Another Loverly Blog Hop

  • Stephanie


  1. Stephanie, this is the best fall project! I’m headed to do this right now! I love that I won’t have to store bulky pumpkins!!!!

  2. Leslie Watkins says:

    I love your project…but, I missed your home struck by lightning! Oh, my goodness. Our home was struck by lightning when I was 7. My heart hurts for you! Praying for that recovery and remodeling…not for the faint of heart, friend!

  3. I LOVE this. So simple to make — and store between seasons!

  4. Carol@Blueskyathome says:

    Stephanie, so sorry to hear about your home. Hopefully, by now, all is well and you have rebuilt. This project is a great way to use scraps of fabric for fall decor. Thanks for sharing.

  5. Stephanie, I love these charming pumpkins – thank you for such a wonderful tutorial.
    And thank you for sharing it on Another Loverly Blog Hop this week!

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