Thanksgiving crochet patterns are a fun way to spice up the house and celebrate a day of coming together with family and friends. Special pieces become part of the tradition, and while the menu may change with time, the memories and gratitude for loved ones last all year long. So make a memory, start a tradition, and enjoy fall with these free thanksgiving crochet patterns!
- Gobble Coaster on Yarn Pixie- There are lots of crochet turkey coaster patterns, but this one looks like the best choice for actually putting a cup on! And it’s cute!
- Crocheted Fall Wreath on Repeat Crafter Me – Welcome friends and family with this fantastic piece!
Autumn Leaves Dish/Wash Cloth or Hot Pad on Bella Crochet – So simple, and so pretty! Thanksgiving means lots of hot pads, and lots of dishes… and a table full of these would be gorgeous.
- Squeeze N’ Sniff Pumpkin Pie on Crafty is Cool – Filled with a little pouch of pumpkin pie spice, this is so cute and fun!
Turkey Nut Dish on Talking Crochet- ‘Tis the season for nuts, eh? Or you could fill it with candy! Or yarn!This pattern is no longer available. For more turkey patterns, please go HERE!
- Indian Corn on Alicia Kachmar’s Create! – So pretty! And they’ll work up super fast with bulky yarn.
- Cornucopia on Lion Brand – A traditional centerpiece that is sure to get you in the Thanksgiving mood.
- Turkey Hat on My Creative Side – Fun and funny! Sizes from preemie all the way to adult included!
- Cute Turkey by Teri Crews Designs, a free Ravelry download – There are a whole lot of turkey patterns out there, but this one is my favorite!
- Felted Leaves Table Runner on Lion Brand – Elegant and understated, I love this look!
I hope you got some great thanksgiving decor ideas from this roundup! Are there any crochet Thanksgiving items that have become a tradition in your home? Share your stories and favorite patterns in the comments! And have a Happy Thanksgiving!
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Those are really cute! I might make my mama a turkey hat for fun, but I love the felted table runner. This one may end up on my table this year. Thanks for sharing!
You are very welcome – thanks for commenting! 😀
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What a great list! I shared it this week at my Thanksgiving 30 Days of Gifts. You can see it here…http://sewlicioushomedecor.com/sew-thanksful-series-pin-cushions-day-2/. 🙂
Sorry….Here is the link where I share it at!! http://sewlicioushomedecor.com/sew-thankful-series-house-day-3/. 🙂
😀 Thank you Marti! What a great series!
Darn- the turkey nut dish is no longer available!
Oh shoot! Right you are. 🙁 I haven’t been able to find it elsewhere either. Thank you for letting me know!
I love these patterns! I am totally going to be using these this Thanksgiving. Thanks for posting it!
🙂 I’m glad you enjoyed it Morgan! 😀
I have looked for a crochet turkey pattern for about a week, then I came across the turkey nut dish and was so happy because I crochet for the wheelchair students on my schoolbus for Thanksgiving. They are so excited when I give them what I have made and I fill them with treats. Even the parents can’t wait to see what I make. I crochet for Thanksgiving, Halloween Christmas Valentine and Easter. I have done this for years and trying to come up with something new is a challenge. Thanks for the computer now. I had the wool ready for this project then discovered it was longer available ((((sad))))
Oh that is a bummer! What a great thing you do though!
Thanks for the reply. You don’t own the pattern. I don’t know how this works with computer stuff and patterns. But thanks for the reply again
Thanks for the reply. I don’t understand how this works for patterns, do you own the pattern? Not great using the computer. Thanks again for the reply
No, I don’t own it, I was just linking to it. 🙂