Gourd Garland

Gourd Garland

Source: Martha Stewart Living, November 2002


John Keats called fall the season of mellow fruitfulness, a sentiment evoked by this string of warm-colored gourds. To make one, you will need miniature gourds, a drill with a fine bit, and twine. Drill a hole through the center of each gourd. Thread twine through an embroidery needle; run it through the holes, knotting it at both sides of each gourd to secure in place. We left 6 inches between gourds. Hang garland from tacks or nails, indoors or outside.




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