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15 Free Cute Knitting Patterns for Every Season
Add a whimsical touch to your Thanksgiving table with the Festive Owl Dishcloth. This autumnally appropriate knit dishcloth pattern is perfect for displaying all your favorite Thanksgiving side dishes, entrees, and desserts. Simple charted instructions make this colorwork pattern a fun project for intermediate knitters. Add a dash of cuteness to this year's Thanksgiving table with the Festive Owl Dishcloth.
A myriad of autumn colors adorn this classic knit afghan pattern. Perfect for adding warmth to any room in the house, the Falling Leaves Afghan is the quintessential blanket for Thanksgiving festivities. Warm enough to dash away the chills post football game and cozy enough to fall asleep post turkey feast, the Falling Leaves Afghan is sure to become a blanket you'll love displaying for many Thanksgivings to come.
Use this easy knit dishcloth pattern to help you pull the turkey out of the oven on Thanksgiving. This Touchdown Dance Dishcloth is the perfect knit for your Thanksgiving day festivities. While everyone is on the couch watching football, tackle this adorable knit. Thanksgiving is all about food and football. Knit this fun dishcloth to combine the two. You'll want to do a touchdown dance after you finish this lively knit. Whether you are hosting Thanksgiving and the family football game or you just want to bring your own contribution for dinner, you'll love this Thanksgiving knit!
Is Thanksgiving at your house this year? Then prepare for the big feast with 17 Thanksgiving Kitchen Knits Knit Dishcloth Patterns and More! Follow these free knitting patterns and show off your knitting skills.
Before you know it, summer is going to come to a close. Kids will go back to school and soon enough the crisp fall weather will set in. If youve been reluctant to knit in the summer heat, heres your chance to start preparing for fall with Thanksgiving Craft Ideas Free Knitting Patterns for Fall! Make scarves and shawls to keep you warm from these free knitting patterns. Then prepare your home for Thanksgiving this year by making knitted decorations and knit dishcloths.
What do football, mashed potatoes, and big pants have in common? You guessed it that lazy, food-filled autumn holiday we like to call Thanksgiving. There's a lot to love about Thanksgiving, but our favorite part is the fact that easy knitting projects and Thanksgiving go hand in hand. The games on and the food is simmering away on the stove, so there's no better time to get in a few stitches while visiting with friends and family.
Growing up there, were few things I enjoyed more than going to Grandma's house and getting together with my family. With the exception of Christmas, Thanksgiving was the one time during the year where distant cousins, aunts and uncles, and grandmas and grandpas would all come together to share a meal and some stories. Now that I'm older and plan to host my own Thanksgiving gatherings, I want to be able to recreate those special memories that my grandmother made for me so effortlessly. Thanks to this collection of 8 Thanksgiving Craft Ideas To Knit For Decoration, I'll be able to make my celebration one to remember, one stitch at a time.
Cozy up with this beautiful display of autumn colors and festive chevron stripes. The Thanksgiving Throw is the ultimate Turkey Day knit blanket pattern for lazy naps and football marathons. This stunningly beautiful and amazingly comfortable throw is sure to put a smile on your face as you pull it out every autumn. Add even more warmth to your home this fall with the festive Thanksgiving Throw.
Whether you're hosting Thanksgiving or dining at a friend or family member's home, the table won't be complete without the Fall Feast Wine Cozy. This gorgeous, Fair Isle knit wine bottle cozy pattern makes the perfect host or hostess gift as well as a lovely decor piece for your own spread. Perfect for the intermediate knitter, the Fall Feast Wine Cozy is the perfect way to show your appreciation, love, and great sense of style this Thanksgiving.
Thanksgiving has always been one of my favorite holidays. Not only does it combine my two favorite things (food and football), but every seven years either my mom's or my birthday is the same date. I equate Thanksgiving with so much more than just turkey. It's about being with my family and celebrating the joy that we bring one another.
Top Thanksgiving Knits Projects