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11 Thanksgiving Sewing Projects

Hello Crafters! In this post, I want to share some fantastic Thanksgiving Sewing Projects.

thanksgiving-sewing-projects Thanksgiving sewing projects. Some Thanksgiving projects for the dinner table, others for the kitchen, some pumpkins, some turkeys too.

I love sewing, but I am not so great with creating my own pattern. I know is kinda funny, since I create crochet and knitting patterns.
But, for some reason, I am not so good when it comes to creating sewing patterns.
Maybe because I am still a newbie sewer. Maybe that is not where my creativity is strong.
Anyway, my own patterns or not, I love sewing, and I love creating something from fabric, or yarn, or material. In conclusion, I love crafts.

With November already featuring our calendar, Thanksgiving is upon my mind, and I;m sure I am not the only one starting to consider it, plan it, etc.

Even though the first week of November is already gone, I think we still have time to finish a couple of Thanksgiving sewing projects.
Well, depending on the size of the project you decide to take upon creating.

I’m always making things for myself and my home, but some of these lovely Thanksgiving Sewing Projects can also be created as gifts if you go to someone else’s Thanksgiving dinner party.

So, if you are invited to a Thanksgiving dinner, don’t want to arrive empty handed, but prefer not to be another one taking something that is food related, check these projects, choose the right gift for your host, get some fabric and start creating!

So, here I’m sharing Thanksgiving Sewing Projects:

Some Thanksgiving projects for the dinner table, others for the kitchen, some pumpkins, some turkeys too.

As always, just click on the title or the picture to get to the project’s page:

THANKSGIVING HAND TOWELS

by crazy little projects blog

Thanksgiving sewing projects. Some Thanksgiving projects for the dinner table, others for the kitchen, some pumpkins, some turkeys too.

FABRIC NAPKIN BREAD WARMER

by tried and true blog

Thanksgiving sewing projects. Some Thanksgiving projects for the dinner table, others for the kitchen, some pumpkins, some turkeys too.

Charm Leaf table runner

by Anjeanette

Thanksgiving sewing projects. Some Thanksgiving projects for the dinner table, others for the kitchen, some pumpkins, some turkeys too.

AUTUMN ACORN BANNER

by bugaboo city blog

Thanksgiving sewing projects. Some Thanksgiving projects for the dinner table, others for the kitchen, some pumpkins, some turkeys too.

Tom Turkey

by www.joann.com

Thanksgiving sewing projects. Some Thanksgiving projects for the dinner table, others for the kitchen, some pumpkins, some turkeys too.

Acorn & Leaf Felt Fall Coasters

by Lova Revolutionary

Thanksgiving sewing projects. Some Thanksgiving projects for the dinner table, others for the kitchen, some pumpkins, some turkeys too.

HOW TO SEW DINNER NAPKINS

by the girl inspired blog

 

Pumpkins from Scrap Fabric

by a Brandie creation blog

Thanksgiving sewing projects. Some Thanksgiving projects for the dinner table, others for the kitchen, some pumpkins, some turkeys too.

SCRAPPY PUMPKIN TABLE RUNNER

by term o web blog

Thanksgiving sewing projects. Some Thanksgiving projects for the dinner table, others for the kitchen, some pumpkins, some turkeys too.

DIY THANKSGIVING DECOR – Garland and Pillow

by Handmade In The Heartland blog

Thanksgiving sewing projects. Some Thanksgiving projects for the dinner table, others for the kitchen, some pumpkins, some turkeys too.

Quilted Leaf Potholders

by Buttons and Butterflies blog

Thanksgiving sewing projects. Some Thanksgiving projects for the dinner table, others for the kitchen, some pumpkins, some turkeys too.

I hope you enjoyed this little compilation of Thanksgiving Sewing Projects and found something to create.

Happy sewing!

 

Thanksgiving Sewing Projects: All photos and patterns featured here belong to their respective creators, and each project is linked to the website where the project or idea was found. Proper credit is given to each image.



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