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17 Thanksgiving Kitchen Knits

By: Nicola Trumbull, Editor,
17 Thanksgiving Kitchen Knits

Is Thanksgiving at your house this year? Then prepare for the big feast with 17 Thanksgiving Kitchen Knits. With a little help from these free knitting patterns, you'll be able to show off your knitting skills and impress your guests with handmade decorations.

Start with knit dishcloth patterns for the kitchen. These can be made in autumn colors and will brighten your kitchen experience. When people walk in to see how the cooking is coming along, they’ll compliment how wonderful the food smells and they’ll compliment your handmade knits, too!

Then get into the cooking spirit by learning how to knit an apron just for you. Try a pumpkin colored yarn to make these free knitting patterns perfect for Thanksgiving cooks. Thanksgiving wouldn’t be complete without a beautiful table setting. But you need to protect your nice tablecloth, so try these free knitting patterns for placemats and hot pads.

Knitting Patterns for the Kitchen

Super Simple Slip Stitch Dishcloth

Follow these patterns to knit a dishcloth just for Thanksgiving. Everyone will love these potholders and the pan handle cozy will come in handy for moving food on and off of the stove.

It's always great when you can use your love of yarn to create practical household items you know you'll use for years to come. Any of these free knitted dishcloth patterns are a great way to create an item you can use again and again. Plus, you might want to consider making one of these kitchen knitting patterns as an extra special housewarming gift.

Free Knitting Designs for the Cook

Felted Thanksgiving Oven Mitts

Don’t forget about yourself! Make your cooking fun and personal with these aprons. You can also learn how to knit and felt your very own oven mitts. Your kitchen attire and accessories will be the talk of your Thanksgiving feast.

By knitting your own apron or making your own oven mitts, you can rest assured knowing no one else is going to have these items in their home. There's something very special about making personalized knitting patterns to suit your individual taste.

Free Knitting Patterns for the Table

Autumn Leaves Knit Placemat Pattern

Your guests will be thankful for all of your time and effort, especially when they are messy eaters. These placemats are the best solution, and they are all free knitting patterns. For after dinner tea, make these tea pot cozies.

Prepare to have the best looking table this Thanksgiving with these gorgeous free knitting patterns. From knit placemats to knit cup cozies, you can create the perfect additions to your harvest feast without a lot of time or effort.

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There are some super cute patterns in here! My mom loves a unique Thanksgiving table scape, but she complains about how expensive decorations can be. Maybe I'll make her some knit decor this year!


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