Free Thanksgiving Crochet Patterns

Fall Leave Wineglass Decorations
Fall Leave Wineglass Decorations | Source
Falling Leaves Afghan
Falling Leaves Afghan | Source

You don’t have to save your decorative holiday crochet for Christmas only. Let Thanksgiving join in the crafty fun with these great, free crochet patterns, perfect for sprucing up your house just in time for that big holiday dinner, or for making as gifts to give to family or friends.

Click the blue links below to access the free patterns.

General Fall Patterns

Thanksgiving, and especially fall, is all about the fall leaf. Embrace the season, and bring in a bit of fall color to your house, with these cute crochet patterns all featuring fall leaves.

Fall Leaves Afghan Crochet Pattern

If you’re looking for a larger project, try this Falling Leaves Afghan pattern from Red Heart. Featuring rich fall colors and cute leaves, this blanket will keep you warm from the fall chill. If you’re looking for this project to be ready by Thanksgiving, start early, as blankets can be very time consuming.

Fall Leaves Wineglass Decorations

This fall leave pattern is a great way to decorate your guests wine glasses. You could easily rotate the colors in this pattern, so that each one looks slightly different, allowing people to quickly identify their glasses. Or, use different color embroidery floss for the detail. Either way, these wineglass decorations are sure to be a hit.

Thanksgiving Coaster Patterns

Crochet coasters are the best. They’re soft, easily absorb any spills, and are unexpected because most people don’t have coasters made of yarn.

Coasters are a great way to save your furniture and add a little holiday flare. What’s more, they’re a quick project to whip up, leaving you more time to focus on Thanksgiving dinner.

Autumn Leaf Coasters

These cute crochet coasters look just like fall leaves. Try making them in different sizes and yarn colors to achieve different looks.

Gobble Coasters

These cute coasters look just like a little turkey. Great for adding color and Thanksgiving charm to the table. Just be warned, the kids might not be able to keep their hands off of these.

Cornucopia Crochet Pattern
Cornucopia Crochet Pattern | Source
Crochet Turkey
Crochet Turkey | Source
Jellied Cranberry Sauce
Jellied Cranberry Sauce | Source

Thanksgiving Plushie Patterns

These Thanksgiving patterns feature cute, plushie stuffed toys that can be used as decoration, or given to the kids to keep them entertained.

Cornucopia Pattern

Sure to be a hit, the cornucopia is a long standing symbol of Thanksgiving. Use this cute little pattern from Lion Brand to add some color to your Thanksgiving table. Note you may have to sign up to view the pattern, but it’s free, and they have lots of other great crochet and knitting patterns. Note: You will have to have a membership to access this pattern, but it's free, and they have a ton of other cute crochet and knitting patterns.

Jellied Cranberry Sauce Pattern

If you want to have a little fun with the kids this Thanksgiving, present them with a can of crocheted jellied cranberry sauce. This crochet pattern yields one, unsliced length of jellied cranberry sauce.

Pilgrim Pattern

What’s Thanksgiving without a pilgrim or two? While this pattern is for a boy pilgrim, it would be easy to turn it into a girl pilgrim by modifying the hair section to make it longer and more feminine.

Pumpkin Pie Pattern

This amigurumi pumpkin pie is adorable, with his little smiling face and whipped topping pouf. This is a great pattern for something a little different for Thanksgiving. And, it’s calorie free!

Turkey Pattern

This is a cute little round, butter ball of a turkey that is sure to make anyone who sees him smile. Once on the page, click the link under the title to access the free pattern.

Turkey Kitty Pattern

If you’re looking for something completely different, a little odd, and definitely a little Thanksgiving-ish, try this Turkey Kitty pattern, which mashes together both a cat and a turkey to make something truly unique.

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Alison Dittmar 4 years ago from PA

These are great ideas for fall- quick and easy is nice too during a busy season. Sadly, I don't crochet, but I do knit. Nice hub.


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SharonHines 4 years ago from USA

Never thought about crocheting for fall. Great ideas!


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JulieStrier 4 years ago from Apopka, FL Author

Thanks. I hope I inspired you. I know I'll be working on these soon. :)

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