by Beth Watson
Thanksgiving is all about traditions, family and pie, especially PIE! I can’t ever choose just one type of pie to be my favorite, so for this Thanksgiving Pie garland, I “baked” Pumpkin Pie, Apple Pie and Blueberry Pie! Whip up a batch of these yummy to look at pies in just a few hours and keep the kitchen CLEAN!
Here’s What You Will Need:
- Kunin® Classicfelt™ 9” x 12” Craft Cuts – Cashmere Tan, Sandstone, Olive, Pumpkin Spice, Prickly Purple, Cream and Silver
- PATTERNS THANKSGIVING PIE GARLAND
- Hot Glue Gun and Hot Glue Sticks
- Pencil; Eraser; Permanent Marker Black; Scissors; Chipboard; 48” length of Twill Tape; Assorted Ribbon Scraps.
Here’s How to Make it
Download patterns HERE and print. Cut out patterns with scissors. Trace and cut six Pie Crusts onto Cashmere Tan. Trace and cut two Pie Fillings onto Pumpkin Spice Pumpkin Pie), Sandstone (Apple Pie) and Prickly Pear (Blueberry Pie). Trace and cut three Forks onto Silver Felt. Attach the pie fillings to the pie crusts with hot glue.
TIP: Remember to cut INSIDE the lines for a neat and clean finished project.
Measure and cut 18-20 strips of Cashmere Tan ½” wide by 9” long and set 6 aside to use later. Lay out over the Sandstone (Apple Pie) and arrange in a woven pattern to mimic the lattice top on a pie. Attach strips of felt with hot gun at each intersection. Repeat with the second lattice. Lift off and set aside. Cut skinny crescents from Olive Felt apple sections and glue to Sandstone Felt. Attach lattice to pie, flip over and trim off the excess. Attach one of reserved ½” strips to the top edge of each of the Apple Pie pieces with hot glue. Create a ruffled effect by folding the strip as it is being glued.
Attach one of reserved ½” strips to the top edge of each of the Blueberry Pie pieces with hot glue. Create a ruffled effect by folding the strip as it is being glued. Trace two pie crusts from Cashmere Tan and cut approximate 1/8” inside the lines to create a top pie crust. Fold pie crust vertically and cut a slit with scissors. Repeat with a second slit. Glue top pie crusts to Prickly Purple (Blueberry Pie) slices.
Glue Pumpkin Spice pie filling to pie crust with hot glue. Attach one of reserved ½” strips to the top edge of each of the Pumpkin Pie pieces with hot glue. Create a ruffled effect by folding the strip as it is being glued. Cut six random scalloped cloud shapes – two large, two medium and 2 small. Make two stacks, largest to smallest, attaching each layer with hot glue. Scrunch as the glue cools to create dimension. Attach Whipped Cream to center of Pumpkin Pie slices.
Hot glue each slice of pie to the twill tape, leaving 2” in between and 12” at each end. Attach three forks. Tie ribbon scraps in between the slices of pie.
And here is a close-up…
I hope you will use my Thanksgiving Pie garland as a jumping off point to showcase your Kunin Creativity to create a fun holiday decoration! The possibilities are endless – Cherry Pie, Key Lime Pie, Pecan Pie – and YUMMY!
Felt is an easy, versatile and forgiving medium which allows you to create affordable but trendy projects whether you are a beginner or an expert crafter!
You can now find an expanded color line of Kunin® Classicfelt; Kunin® Premiumfelt and ShaggiChic non-wovens fabrics in cut by the yard at your local Walmart; please inquire as to what is available in your area.
If you like this project, make sure to visit my blog for more inspiration.
Thanks for stopping by! -Beth