Best Thanksgiving Crochet Patterns (Turkeys, Pumpkins, & More!)

With fall quickly approaching, it’s time to start pulling out those Thanksgiving crochet patterns! Seriously, there’s nothing more fun than adding that perfect holiday twist to your home. Turkeys, pumpkins, corn on the cob…there’s a whole host of patterns that will help make your home look extra festive!

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With so many Thanksgiving patterns to choose from, narrowing down that perfect pattern can be a tricky process. That’s why I’ve compiled this list of my favorite, pumpkin, turkey, and other patterns to help you out!

Thanksgiving Crochet Patterns – the List!

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Turkey Crochet Patterns

First up, I’ll show you some fun turkey-themed patterns! I found some cool amigurumi Turkeys, along with other things like turkey coasters and hats.

Turkey Tissue Dispenser

What better way to start off this roundup than with this super cute and fun Turkey Tissue Dispenser! If you’re looking for more unique ways to spruce up your house for the fall, this pattern is perfect. Not only is it super cute, but it’s practical as well, and would make a great gift for friends, families, teachers, etc.!

Designer: Jo to the World

Yarn Used: Impeccable by Loops and Threads, Solid

Wacky Waddles Turkey Hat

Are you looking for a turkey-themed accessory? If so, I think you’re going to enjoy this Wacky Waddles Turkey Hat! This guy works up easily and quickly and is just super cute. Whether you need it for a themed event, want to make a hat for a little one, or just want to add some festiveness to your outfit, this pattern is perfect!

Designer: Nana’s Crafty Home

Yarn Used: Red Heart Super Saver

Turkey Coasters

Here’s a fun one: Turkey Coasters! They’re the perfect addition to your Thanksgiving table. Not only do these guys work up pretty quickly, but they’re a great introduction to color work for beginners (they only uses simple stitches and basic color work)! Additionally, they use only a small bit of yarn, so they’re great for stash-busting!

Designer: Jo to the World

Yarn Used: Impeccable by Loops and Threads, Solid

Turkey Stuffie

Next, meet these adorable Turkey Stuffies. Aren’t they so cute? I just love their little scarf and hat! Although this pattern is slightly trickier than the last few, the end result is so worth it. Whether you’re looking for a fun gift idea, something to add to your craft fair inventory, or just an extra decoration for your home, these guys are perfect!

Designer: Jen Hayes Creations

Yarn Used: Red Heart Super Saver

Turkey Kitchen Towel

If you’re looking for a more practical design, I think you’re going to enjoy this Turkey Kitchen Towel Pattern! I love that this is a more subtle, yet homey way to add a touch of Thanksgiving cheer to your home. Not only is this pattern super cute, but it’s designed to hold better, so you won’t have to worry about it slipping off!

Designer: A Crocheted Simplicity

Yarn Used: Lily Sugar n’ Cream Worsted Weight Cotton Yarn

Tasty Turkey Basket

Next, meet the Tasty Turkey Basket! This guy is relatively simple to make, and is the perfect basket for holding tasty things from your Thanksgiving table like rolls, pots, etc.! Of course, you can also use it around the house for other things as well.

Designer: Moogly Blog

Yarn Used: Bulky Yarn (original yan used was discontinued).

Twinkling Turkey Amirgurumi

`Here’s another stuffed pattern: The Twinkling Turkey Amirgurumi! Isn’t this guy so cute? This pattern is easy and works up quickly. Since they’re so simple and consume little to no time, they’re great for gift giving to teachers, friends, little ones, etc.! Or you can put them on your Thanksgiving table as a fun conversation piece.

Designer: Crafty Kitty Crochet

Yarn Used: Lion Brand 24/7 and Lion Brand Bon Bon in Party

Turkey Belly Flatware Holder

Last but not least, check out the Turkey Belly Flatware Holder! This seriously is the perfect way to add some Thanksgiving charm to your table this year, and it’s a great conversations starter as well! Since they’re flat, they’re easy to store and keep for years to come.

Designer: Blackstone Designs

Yarn Used: Worsted Weight Yarn

Crochet Pumpkin Patterns

Pumpkins are one of my favorite types of crochet Fall decorations! I think you will enjoy these awesome pumpkin themed patterns (once again we have some coasters, hats, and more!)

Pumpkin Coasters

First up is one I designed: Crochet Pumpkin Coasters! These guys work up super quickly and easily, and make the perfect addition to your fall decor this season! These are super fun to just set out for meals or around the house for a fun, fall-feel! This pattern also features a few different variations, so it leaves a lot of room for experimenting!

Designer: Desert Blossom Crafts

Yarn Used: Red Heart Super Saver Yarn

Chunky Quick Pumpkin Pattern

Next up, meet the Chunky Quick Pumpkin pattern! I love the more rustic, modern feel of this one. And, thanks to the waistcoat stitch, it has a really neat texture as well! Not only is this pattern beginner friendly, but since it uses bulky yarn, it also works up incredibly quickly (less than 30 minutes!).

Designer: Mama in a Stitch

Yarn Used: Lion Brand Wool Easy Thick & Quick

Pumpkin Basket

Here’s another pattern I designed: the Pumpkin Basket! I don’t know about you, but I just love baskets. They’re the perfect, subtle way to start adding some fall flair to your home. Use it to hold yarn, blankets, really anything! This guy also has a super neat texture, and is a great pattern to help you become more proficient in your color-working skills!

Designer: Desert Blossom Crafts

Yarn Used: Red Heart Super Saver

Pumpkin Basket

Pumpkin Hat

Are you looking to add some pumpkin spice to your wardrobe? If so, I think you’re going to like this Pumpkin Hat! This hat has a really neat texture and is fitted at the bottom, but bulges slightly toward the top to create a more realistic, pumpkin effect. This design also ensures it stays on your head without fussing. This hat would make a great gift for a friend, family member, little one, etc.!

Designer: Jo to the World

Yarn Used: Loops & Threads Impeccable Yarn, Solid

Tiny Cute Crochet Pumpkin

Next, meet these Tiny Cute Crochet Pumpkins! Aren’t they so cute? Since they only use single crochets, they’re beginner friendly and can be worked up in less than 20 minutes! You could place them on your table, around the house, or string several together to make a fun, fall-themed garland!

Designer: Sweet Bee Crochet

Yarn Used: WeCrochet Dishie Yarn

Rustic Crochet Pumpkin Garland

If you’re looking for a more unique pumpkin-themed design, I think you’ll love this Rustic Pumpkin Garland! Isn’t this one super cute? This design is worked in a 2D style that just adds an extra cozy touch. Additionally, this pattern is super versatile. Use it to add some fall vibes to your bedroom, as a party decoration, over a mantle, etc.!

Designer: Knotted Nest

Yarn Used: WeCrochet Brava Worsted Weight Yarn

Pumpkin Patch Stitch

Now this pattern is a little different: meet the Pumpkin Patch Stitch! Isn’t this one so fun? This design features a combination of bobble stitches and color work to create this really neat pumpkin effect. This stitch would look amazing featured in a scarf, sweater, shawl, as an accent stitch, the possibilities are endless!

Designer: Desert Blossom Crafts

Yarn Used: Red Heart Super Saver

Pumpkin Pickup Truck Blanket

Lastly for this category, check out the Pumpkin Pickup Truck Blanket! I love the vintage feel this one has. Since this one only uses basic stitches and has an easy-to-follow graph, it’s not too intimidating to make. And, this blanket isn’t only super fun and unique, but you can use it all year round!

Designer: E’Claire Makery

Yarn Used: WeCrochet Brava Worsted Weight Yarn

Unique Thanksgiving Patterns

Are you looking for a more unique Thanksgiving-themed project? If so, I think you’ll enjoy these next few patterns!

Ridged Crochet Feathers (in 4 sizes!)

First up, check out these Ridged Crochet Feathers! Aren’t they so pretty? I just love the unique texture! These are quick, easy, and are great for using up old scrap yarn. Use them as appliques, accessories, make them into a garland, or lay them around the house for a fun, unique piece of decor!

Designer: Jen Hayes Creation

Yarn Used: Red Heart Super Saver

Fall Fun Hanging

Next up is a fun one: the Fall Fun Hanging! These guys are as cute as they are simple to make. These would be fun to hang around the house or give out as gifts, and they’re a great stash-busting project! They’re super versatile as well. Put them up for Halloween and keep them up the rest of the fall season!

Designer: Regina P Designs

Yarn Used: Yarn Bee Soft & Sleek

Thanksgiving C2C Grateful Table Runner

Are you looking for something a little more elegant? This C2C Grateful Table Runner is perfect! This pattern features a unique texture and looks especially neat with two different yarn weights. It’s the perfect addition to your Thanksgiving table, and it makes a great conversation starter as well!

Designer: Nana’s Crafty Home

Yarn Used: Lion Brand Heartland and Lion Brand Homespun

Perky Pumpkin Pie

Next up is a cute one: the Perky Pumpkin Pie! Isn’t he so cute? With its realistic texture and adorable face design, it’s the perfect combo of both worlds. It’s easily a beginner-friendly project and would either be a super fun piece to add to your holiday decor or a perfect as a gift for a friend, teacher, little one, etc.!

Designer: Crafty Kitty Crochet

Yarn Used:  Lion Brand Vanna‚Äôs Choice

Crochet Corn Applique

Next, meet the Crochet Corn Applique. This one is simple and fun to make, and, thanks to the puff stitch, has a super realistic texture! You can whip up a few of these and stuff them with some old scrap yarn or batting to give them a cool, 3D effect. These guys are also super versatile! You can use them as appliques, accessories, or you can even leave the end open and use it as a handle cover, pencil/crochet hook case, etc.!

Designer: Crochet for You Blog

Yarn Used: Sport Weight Yarn

Crochet Pilgrim Gnome

I don’t know about you, but I just love gnomes. They’re weirdly versatile, and just fun. This Crochet Pilgrim Gnome is no exception! This guy is a ton of fun to make, and can easily be personalized with different colors. Whether you are looking for a unique decor idea, or want to make a special gift for a gnome-loving friend, this guy is perfect!

Designer: Winding Road Crochet

Yarn Used: Red Heart Super Saver

Bobblidy Boo Crochet Basket

If you’re looking for something more practical, this next pattern is for you. The Bobblidy Boo Basket is simple and quick to make and features a unique look thanks to the bobble stitch. You can make a few and use them as organizers, or fill them with mini pumpkins, cinnamon sticks, a candle, etc. for a fun fall display!

Designer: Simply Melanie Jane

Yarn Used: Bernat Softee Chunky

Harvest Stitch

Last but certainly not least, meet the Harvest Stitch. This one features a combination of chains, puff stitches, and double crochets to create this unique, harvest-y look. If you’ve never crochet a stitch like this before, don’t worry! It’s only a one row repeat, so it’s pretty simple once you get the hang of it. This stitch would be great to use in scarves, sweaters, shawls, bags, etc.!

Designer: Desert Blossom Crafts

Yarn Used: Sugarbrush Bold

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Questions About Crocheting for Thanksgiving

How do you crochet a Turkey?

Crochet turkeys can honestly be made a lot of different ways. It depends on what you’re going for. You can make amigurumi turkeys, which are basically like stuffies. You can use these for decoration or toys. But you can also make flat turkeys for things like coasters. It is best to refer to specific patterns when crocheting a turkey!

How do you crochet pilgrims?

Crochet pilgrims are generally made in the amigurumi style. One example of this is the pilgrim gnomes I showed you in this article.

Do you have crochet patterns for more holidays?

Yes! I have lots of crochet patterns for Christmas! Check out my list of Christmas gifts or a list of Christmas tree patterns.

Conclusion

Thanksgiving is a perfect time to make crochet decorations and other fun projects. Whether you make some crochet turkeys, pumpkins, or something more unique, I’m sure the result will be wonderful! I hope you found the perfect new project for your hooks in this list.

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