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9 Turkey Tastic Thanksgiving Crochet Patterns

By: The Editors, AllFreeCrochet.com
Updated July 22, 2019
9 Turkey Tastic Thanksgiving Crochet Patterns

Are you looking for some turkey-tastic Thanksgiving crochet projects? Well, we have them all here in this collection of 9 Turkey Tastic Thanksgiving Crochet Patterns! They're super cute and you can whip them up in no time. Get ready for the holidays with this great collection. It's so fun to give thanks for all the great crochet turkey patterns out there. I've seen some really neat Thanksgiving crafts in my lifetime, including some crocheted wreaths.

You can decorate your home with these patterns or dry the dishes. When you have guests over for the holiday, they'll love what you've done with the place. One of my favorites is the Turkey Dishcloth; it's so gorgeous that you wouldn't even know it was a dishcloth.

For those of you not quite sure of the true meaning of Thanksgiving, here's a little piece of information from Wikipedia: "Thanksgiving Day is a harvest festival celebrated primarily in the United States and Canada. Thanksgiving is a holiday to express thankfulness, gratitude, and appreciation to God, family and friends for which all have been blessed of material possessions and relationships. Traditionally, it has been a time to give thanks for a bountiful harvest. This holiday has since moved away from its religious roots. In the United States, Thanksgiving Day falls on the fourth Thursday of November. In Canada it is celebrated on the second Monday in October."

Gobble Gobble Turkey Amigurumi

Gobble Gobble Turkey Amigurumi

You can make this crochet turkey large enough to use as a centerpiece at the table, or make small ones to give to each guest as a favor.

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Crochet Turkey

Crochet Turkey

A crochet turkey is a great symbol for Thanksgiving. This little guy can also be used as a cute fall decoration and is an intermediate pattern.

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Gobble Coaster

Gobble Coaster

A coaster like this one should never be used as a coaster but a beautiful decoration. If you must use it as a coaster, then put something small on it so you can still see the full detail. Love it!

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Crochet Turkey Tissue Box Cozy

Crochet Turkey Tissue Box Cozy

This cozy is so clever and masterfully designed that it actually looks like a turkey dinner that is all ready for you to eat! It's sure to make everyone at the table smile.

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Happy Thanksgiving Turkey Wreath

Happy Thanksgiving Turkey Wreath

Turkey crochet patterns don't get much better than this. Greet your guests with this wreath hanging on your door. The pumpkins adorn the wreath well, giving it an additional embellishment.

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Thanksgiving Placemat

Thanksgiving Placemat

Use this free crochet placemat pattern to make a Thanksgiving placemat for each of your guests to eat their meals off of. It's an oval-shaped placemat with a little crochet turkey at the end.

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Fall Turkey Wreath

Fall Turkey Wreath

Nothing says fall quite like candy corn and a cute little turkey. This is an awesome free crochet pattern to make if you're hosting a holiday party this year.

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Thanksgiving Turkey Potholder

Thanksgiving Turkey Potholder

The food isn't the only thing that will be homemade at the dinner table this year. Practice your crochet skills with this intermediate-level pattern!

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Turkey Refrigerator Magnet

Turkey Refrigerator Magnet

This Thanksgiving, crochet crafts are perfect projects to keep you in the holiday spirit all day long as you cook up some tasty turkey the kitchen. This little turkey friend will sure look cute once completed!

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This is a tasty little collection that I bookmarked for future use. I have already made a few of the projects, but the little turkey Fridgie caught my eye. Nothing like whipping out the crochet hooks while the menfolk are watching football on the big screen. This year Ill have older (more experienced crafters) grandkids to help guide their younger siblings and cousins.

Why oh why did I find this now? I want to make them all and there isn't enough time. I guess If I gave up sleeping I could do it. Every turkey I see I want , and my grand kids will love getting them. Thank you for sharing all these with the public for free.

@sberry30 3487680, Go to the page and highlight the text, then right-click on it. You'll get a window that gives you the option to "copy." Do that, and then paste the text into a word document. You should be able print that document that way without wasting any paper or ink. --Editors of AllFreeCrochet

How come on some patterns you can just print the pattern and on others your have to print the whole thing? This takes up a lot of paper and ink. What goes?

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