He says he’s jumping for joy because there’s just so much to look forward to. The food. The football. The friends and family. The food. And all the Thanksgiving decorations and toys he plans to crochet to make the season as festive as can be.
This year, Hodge has helped me gather some of his very favorite free Thanksgiving crochet patterns to share with you. He says you should make them all and proudly display them on your mantel for everyone to see. Or if you will be traveling this Thanksgiving, any one of these would make a very unique gift for the host and a sure conversation starter.
The feathers on this adorable amigurumi turkey are made with granny squares. How clever!
This pattern includes instructions for making a pumpkin spice sachet, which you put inside your pumpkin pie amigurumi. It really smells like pie!
No matter where you put this, it is sure to give your guests a giggle.
This is possibly the cutest, least scary scarecrow I have ever seen. Don’t you want to pinch his adorable cheeks?
Another super cute ami that would be a darling addition to your Thanksgiving table.
These turkey and pilgrim dischcloths will bring a touch of good cheer to whichever lucky person gets to clean up at the end of the night.
This turkey finger puppet is so easy to crochet, you can make a whole flock to keep your kiddos entertained.