An oldie but a goodie, republishing again in time for Autumn.
Ch5, join with SS to first chain to form ring
Ch3 (this acts as first DC), DC11, join with SS to top of first DC.
SS into space between first and second DC's; Ch3, 1DC into same space; 2DC into each following space, join with SS to top of first DC = 24 DC's.
SS into space between first and second DC's; Ch3, 1DC into same space; *1DC into next space, 2DC into next space*; repeat * to * to last space; 1DC; join with SS to top of first DC = 36 DC's.
SS into space between first and second DC's; 1SC into each of next two spaces; *2DC into next space; 1DC into each of next two spaces*; repeat * to * 3 times more; 2DC into next space; 1SC into next 5 spaces; repeat * to * 4 times; 2DC into next space; 1SC into next 2 spaces; You are now back at the starting space.
1SC into next 3 spaces; 2DC into first "V" of previous round; 1DC into next space; *2DC into next space; 1DC into next space*; repeat * to * 6 times more; 1SC into next 9 spaces; work *to * 7 times; 1SC into next four spaces, SS into first SC of round. Join on green yarn to begin stalk.
Ch9, Idc into 4th chain from hook; 1DC into each chain, SS into the top of pumpkin to join, tie off.
There are a few uses..........
Make as many as you like. Join together into a garland by crocheting a chain attaching pumpkins to the chain as you go.
Use them as coasters during the the Autumn months.
Join them in a vertical line, intermingled with wood, beads and anything else that's autumnal and hang in a window.
If you like the idea but don't crochet then replace the pumpkins with cutouts from card stock or patterned paper and tie onto a length of ribbon.