Here is one very pretty teapot pumpkin conceived by Martha Ess and which she generously shares on her blog.
My only contribution to this great pattern was to add a couple of tendrils.
I imagine this pattern was meant to lie flat. I have to admit that mine cupped a lot. I debated whether to press it flat but then opted against it. So this is a lovely three-dimensional pumpkin. In fact my young son thought I should tat another half and make it completely round. I had no brown so used black for the tail and the beautiful Autumn Spice by Lizbeth for the pumpkin itself. The spout and handle are done in Lizbeth Evergreen Dark.
Ooh, it will soon be time to carve some. The children (and I!) love doing that.