Squidward Pumpkin Pattern

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My nine-year-old son wasn’t content with using a ready-made pattern to carve his pumpkin this year. He wanted to make Squidward from SpongeBob but the only pattern we could find was complicated — too complicated for a kid to carve.

So he pulled up SpongeBob on the Tivo, paused the screen and drew a simplified Squidward. I helped him turn his original drawing into a pattern and he and mom carved Squidward together. He was so excited about his pattern that he wanted to share it, so I’m putting it online for him. Click the thumbnail to download a PDF of his pattern.

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His original drawing, complete with pumpkin mess from the carving project:

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anon
September 20, 2006 4:16 PM

did the carving come out right?

thats shit!!!!!!
October 26, 2006 8:49 AM

thats really pants...

jhg
October 27, 2006 8:28 PM

that look sweird

Someone who can DRAW!
October 28, 2006 10:50 AM

That sucks so much.....

Adam Kalsey
October 28, 2006 10:58 AM

Hey, jackass.... He's NINE! Yes, anon, the carving came out great.

Jeremy Ellis
October 29, 2006 12:43 PM

Adam, I enjoy seeing someone with a temper like mine:) & the ability to switch from one personality to the next. Don't worry about the critics, the drawing is acceptable for anyone who has an imagination of their own.

Kels
November 26, 2006 6:19 PM

i think it is really a sweet picture im 14 and i love spongebob...i cant even draw a stick person...so all you faggots shutup...very creative

PTS
February 19, 2008 4:27 PM

I agree with Kels... You go kid!

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