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Add homemade charm to your Thanksgiving decor with these easy crochet patterns. From table runners and coasters to wreaths and throw pillows, you’ll find all sorts of inspiration in this collection of free Thanksgiving crochet patterns!

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Thanksgiving Crochet Patterns

Handcrafted crochet projects are such a special way to decorate for Thanksgiving, whether you’re hosting a crowd or simply welcoming autumn’s arrival.

You can stitch up practical pieces like table runners and napkin rings to dress up your table. Or decorate with leaf garlands and fall-themed throw pillows. 

These crochet projects also double as thoughtful hostess gifts if you’ll be a guest elsewhere for Thanksgiving dinner. 

Patterns for Every Skill Level

Not sure what you want to make yet? You’ll find all sorts of Thanksgiving crochet ideas on this list, including:

  • Festive placemats and table runners
  • Place settings (e.g., napkin rings, flatware holders, and coasters)
  • Centerpieces
  • Oven mitts and potholders
  • Wall hangings
  • Amigurumi turkeys
  • Throw pillows
  • Autumnal leaves and acorns for garlands 

Which Thanksgiving crochet patterns are best for beginners?

Here are some of the simplest patterns to start with as a beginner:

30 Free Thanksgiving Crochet Patterns

Take a look at these crochet patterns to consider for your next Thanksgiving holiday! Happy crocheting!

Supplies You’ll Need

Before starting your project, gather your materials. Here are some common supplies used in Thanksgiving crochet patterns.

  • Yarn. We’ve included suggested yarns for each pattern to help you choose the perfect one more quickly! 
  • Crochet hook(s). Check your pattern or yarn label to see what size crochet hook is recommended.
  • Other notions, such as stitch markers, tapestry needles, stuffing, scissors, glue gun, safety eyes, ribbon, wreath, etc.

Techniques to Know

What crochet techniques are most common in Thanksgiving patterns? Here are some techniques and stitches you may need to know.

Tips and Tricks

Use up your yarn stash. Colorful Thanksgiving patterns are perfect for stash-busting. Use up small amounts of leftover yarn to make mini projects like leaf appliques or acorn embellishments.

Block your projects. Block items like table runners and doilies to create a professional, finished look. 

Safety first! If giving your project to a child, secure any small pieces very well. For children under 3, avoid safety eyes and opt for embroidered eyes instead.

Looking for More Free and Easy Crochet Patterns?

If you enjoyed these crochet project ideas, then take a look at these posts for more:

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