A Thrifted Fall Table + A Fall At Home Blog Hop

Fall decorating ideas using thrifted finds - Pocketful of Posies

Hi All!

This week I am back with a Thrifted Fall Table and A Fall At Home Blog Hop with some of my favorite bloggers from around the blogosphere!  They have put together some beautiful fall inspiration for you, so don’t forget to scroll to the bottom and check out their posts!

If you’ve been following me for very long you know I love to decorate using thrifted items.  There is something about the thrill of the hunt and a good deal that makes thrifting one of my favorite activities.  Right now I have two thrift store decorating obsessions; old knit sweaters and vintage silver-plate.

My first thrift store obsession, old knit sweaters are great because they can be turned into almost anything fabric related.  From comfy pillows, to adorable knob pumpkins, and cozy patchwork table runners knit sweaters are a must have for fall.

My second thrift obsession, vintage silver-plate, is packed with tiny details, great patina and beautiful shine. Not to mention it come in thousands of forms making it the perfect decorating accent.  Over the next couple weeks I’ll show you how I turned these simple thrifted items into beautiful fall decor.

One of my favorite projects this fall are these knob sweater pumpkins.  They were super easy to make, they can be used almost anywhere and those knobs really make them pop!  I’ll be adding a full tutorial on how I made these adorable pumpkins soon, so don’t forget to check back!

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These chalkboard plate chargers were another awesome thrift project.  I love the way they turned out and the best part is they can be used for any reason or season! My favorite! Lightweight, inexpensive, and versatile!  To see the full tutorial on how I made these, click here.

Another fun upcoming project post is this cozy patchwork sweater table runner.  It really brought my fall table together and is the perfect compliment to my new sweater pumpkins.

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This picture sums up all the reasons why vintage silver-plate is my favorite. Look at how much dimension and shine they add to the table.  Plus they make the perfect backdrop for these adorable bow napkins.

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Love those little sweater pumpkins!  They are super fast and easy to make, not to mention inexpensive!

Thank you for stopping by to check out my fall table!  Now don’t forget to check out everyone’s fabulous fall projects!  You won’t be disappointed!!

2 Bees in a Pod Rustic Fall Mantel

The Crowned GoatFall Inspired Dining Room Tablescape

Canary Street Crafts –  Fall Decorating Ideas

Refresh LivingFall Harvest Mantel

Anderson + Grant – Simple Fall Centerpiece

I hope you enjoyed all the wonderful fall inspiration!  I would love to hear how you are getting your house ready for fall in the comments below.

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26 thoughts on “A Thrifted Fall Table + A Fall At Home Blog Hop

  1. Cat oh my word, girl, your table setting is gorgeous! I love love love how you layered everything over the chalkboard chargers and the knit table runner that is too cool. I can’t wait to see your upcoming tutorials on how to make all of this stuff, it’s beautiful. Hugs, Coco

    1. Thanks Coco! It was definitely a project that grew. It started with pumpkins and ended with a whole lot of other things! But it was a ride I really enjoyed! Thanks for stopping by to check it out!


  2. Oh my goodness Cat – We love your thrifted Fall table! You know we are thrift maven too and we really appreciate all of the goodies you found and repurposed for your table. The chalkboard chargers are genius and the cable knit table runner is beautiful! Can’t wait to see the tutorials!

  3. Love the chalkboard chargers! Clever girl! Looking forward to more of your posts.
    Kathy from A Graceful Table

  4. Cozy sweater table runner? GET OUT! Love it. Great job. We have so much in common. I’ve been collecting silver plates and platters too lately! The chalkboard chargers rock. You have great handwriting! You’re super talented!

    1. Thank you so much Sara! I was really hard on myself on the handwriting! I can’t tell you how many times I erased it and tried again. They still aren’t perfect but I do really like them! Thank you for stopping by and all the sweet, sweet words!


  5. So pretty, Cat! That table runner is gorgeous! Can’t wait to see the tutorial. Love the cute knob pumpkins and chalkboard chargers too.

    1. Thank you so much Sydney! I just added the full tutorial on my Chalkboard Chargers. If you have a chance stop by and check it out!


  6. So pretty Cat! I love the chalkboard charger idea. They are perfect for any time of the year. And after joining in a decluttering series on my blog, I’ve got a lot of sweaters that need to be donated or sold. I think a few would be perfect for making some of those pumpkins!

    1. Thank you so much Jamie! I love the idea of up-cycleing, especially clothes. There are so many things that can be done with them! Thanks for stopping by Jamie!

  7. What a beautiful table. I love the sweater pumpkins and the chalk board chargers are a rare find. Thanks so much for sharing.

    1. Thank you so much Rebecca! I actually made the chalkboard chargers, and the full tutorial is up on the blog now if you would like to stop by and check it out! Thank you so much for stopping by!


  8. The bow napkins and sweater pumpkins are so cute!! Thanks for sharing with us at the Merry Monday link party. I hope you’ll join us again next week. Sharing your post on Twitter!

  9. Love those sweater pumpkins! So cute! That bow napkin is adorable too! Thanks for sharing and linking up to Friday Faves!

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