The 20 Best Crochet Thanksgiving Patterns

Adriana Maronese  - November 7, 2020

Even if I’m not American or Canadian, I’ve always liked the concept of Thanksgiving. A day where families get together, share a meal and celebrate the blessings of the past year. It is, without a doubt, a festivity with deep meaning that dates back to the 17th century, when English colonists and Wampanoag got together to share the harvest feast.

A traditional Thanksgiving meal would typically include turkey, stuffing, gravy, sweet potatoes, cornbread, cranberry sauce, and, of course, pumpkin pie. Nowadays, there are different variations to the traditional meal, including vegetarian options. But putting food aside, it is a great opportunity for families and friends to get together and make memories. This is probably why I love Thanksgiving so much!

Check out my 20 favorite Thanksgiving crochet patterns (hope you like turkey!)

01

Thanksgiving Turkey Pattern

Did anyone say turkey? I love this pattern, especially the pilgrim version which is simply adorable! It would make the perfect complement to your Thanksgiving decorations, and a great present also.
Size: Medium
Difficulty: Intermediate
Paid Pattern
02

Autumn Leaves Wreath

Welcome visitors to your door with this beautiful wreath with autumn colors. It looks spectacular, and it’s actually very easy to make. You could even change the leaves and flowers and repurpose it as a Christmas wreath. Don’t miss this free pattern!
Size: Large
Difficulty: Easy
Free Pattern
03

Turkey Coasters

A simple and fun Thanksgiving project! Make colorful coasters, hanging ornaments or home decorations with this free and easy pattern. If you have kids at home, I’m sure they will love these!
Size: Small
Difficulty: Easy
Free Pattern
04

Crochet Pumpkin

Check out these cute little pumpkins! Aren’t they adorable? I don’t know about you, but I feel like I want to make a million of these in every single color. The perfect autumn decoration!
Size: Medium
Difficulty: Easy
Paid Pattern
05

Autumn Garland

Nothing says “Fall” like leaves and acorns. This is a beautiful and easy pattern that will give your home such a cozy feeling! You'll want to spend hours near a fireplace, reading a book. What a wonderful time of the year this is!
Size: Medium
Difficulty: Easy
Free Pattern
06

Pumpkin Mouse

Ok, that's it! I declare this pattern my favorite one so far! What is more adorable than a tiny mouse in a pumpkin suit? I bet there aren’t many things that can beat that! 
Size: Small
Difficulty: Easy
Paid Pattern
07

Fluffy Pumpkin Pie

Is anyone else craving a slice of pumpkin pie right now? Here you have the perfect slice with a cute whipped cream detail on top. And don’t worry! This one does not have any calories. 
Size: Small
Difficulty: Easy
Free Pattern
08

Crochet Turkey Gnome

When I was a kid I was completely obsessed with gnomes. I am now 31 and I can’t say that much has changed. I still love them! Especially if they have an adorable turkey hat like this one here. 
Size: Medium
Difficulty: Easy
Paid Pattern
09

Fall Crochet Wine Cozy

If you’re looking for a last-minute Thanksgiving decoration or the perfect gift for someone, here’s an idea you might like! Wine cozies are always a good idea because they look great and can even be made with scrap yarn!
Size: Medium
Difficulty: Easy
Free Pattern
10

Pilgrim Owls

What an adorable pair these two make! And also the perfect Thanksgiving home decoration. This pattern is easy to follow and the design is suitable for beginner crocheters. 
Size: Small
Difficulty: Easy
Paid Pattern
11

Crochet Turkey Hat

Gobble gobble! Here’s a super fun pattern for this Thanksgiving! And it’s actually very easy to make. If you really really love turkey, you could even wear it for the rest of the year. I won’t judge you!
Size: Large
Difficulty: Easy
Free Pattern
12

Fall Leafy Banner

Are you looking to make a room come to life? This colorful leafy garland might be exactly what you need! You can even create different variations by swapping the colors. The possibilities are endless!
Size: Medium
Difficulty: Easy
Free Pattern
13

Pumpkin Treat Bowl

These mini pumpkins are the perfect solution for storing all your Halloween-leftovers-now-Thanksgiving-treats. You can even make them as a small gift for children!

Size: Medium
Difficulty: Easy
Free Pattern
14

Easy & Quick Pumpkin

These cute little pumpkins are so cute - yet so elegant! You can use them as centerpiece decoration, as place cards for guests, or even put them together in a garland. I simply love the versatility of this pattern!
Size: Small
Difficulty: Easy
Free Pattern
15

Pilgrim Dishcloth

A great way to honor our ancestors’ traditions is to make them part of our everyday life. This lovely “pilgrim and turkey” pattern aims at doing that! Have fun making this beautiful project.
Size: Medium
Difficulty: Easy
Free Pattern
16

Roasted Turkey

A big part of the Thanksgiving celebration is, of course, food! This roasted turkey not only looks delicious, but it’s easier to make than the real version as there’s no way to burn it. Jokes aside, it could also be a fun toy for your children’s play kitchen!
Size: Medium
Difficulty: Easy
Paid Pattern
17

Outfits for Thanksgiving Gonks

Love these cute little Thanksgiving outfits. The pattern includes instructions on how to make a pumpkin, a turkey, a pilgrim, and a Native American outfit. I just love the way they all look together!
Size: Small
Difficulty: Intermediate
Paid Pattern
18

Happy Turkey Cozies

I don’t know about you, but these turkey cup sleeves instantly put a smile on my face! Start your day right with these cute coffee cozies or make them for a friend or colleague.
Size: Medium
Difficulty: Easy
Free Pattern
19

Mini Turkey Amigurumi

Do you want to make a Thanksgiving crochet project but don’t have much time? Then this pattern might be just for you! A quick and easy amigurumi project that will take about an afternoon to complete.
Size: Small
Difficulty: Easy
Free Pattern
20

Turkey With Veggies

Last but not least, check this amazing Thanksgiving feast. It has everything! Turkey, corn, potatoes slices, beans, mini carrots, and peas. The whole combo!

Size: Large
Difficulty: Intermediate
Paid Pattern
About the author

Adriana Maronese

I taught myself how to crochet a few years ago and haven’t been able to stop since then. I created this platform to help passionate crocheters like me feel inspired to create more. Because I truly believe life without art would be just boring.
To practice any art, no matter how well or how badly, is a way to make your soul grow, for heaven’s sake. So do it.” – Kurt Vonnegut

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