Gobble Gobble: 30 Thanksgiving Ideas for a Memorable Holiday
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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.
For my family, Thanksgiving has always been about absolute comfort. If you feel like taking off your belt at the dinner table, go for it. If you just can’t seem to get out of those sweats – leave them on. There’s no judgment at the dinner table. Thanksgiving is about being grateful for things that bring us comfort.
The key to having a cozy, comfortable Thanksgiving is all about the homey touches. A DIY Thanksgiving is always so much better and more memorable than one that is store bought. Snuggling up with a handmade knit afghan is a lot cozier than one from Crate & Barrel. It’s so much more fun to set the table with the placemats you made with that easy knitting pattern than the ones you bought on sale. Memories are made from the traditions you create and the things you pass down. There are so many ways to pull off a rustic, beautiful Thanksgiving with simple knitting patterns you’ll cherish for years.
It’s easier than ever to have a DIY holiday. There are so many easy decorating ideas for thanksgiving centerpieces, table top decorations, vintage knitting patterns, and cozy knit home décor crafts. To make it easier, we’ve compiled a list of 30 Thanksgiving Ideas for a Memorable Holiday.
Gobble Gobble: 30 Thanksgiving Ideas for a Memorable Holiday
Table of Contents
Easy Thanksgiving Centerpieces and Table Top Knits
Thanksgiving Decoration Ideas for Around the House
Hot Dish Knits and Other Kitchen Crafts
Thanksgiving Football Knits
Stay cozy this Thanksgiving! Get more fabulous autumn knitting projects in our roundup of 38 Easy Thanksgiving Crafts and Cold Weather Knits!
Ahh, the Thanksgiving table. Not only is it the focal point of this autumn holiday, but it’s a chance to get creative and celebrate the beauty of the season. Having a DIY centerpiece at your Thanksgiving table is not only a great conversation starter, it’s a way to show your family and friends how much you care. These Thanksgiving centerpiece ideas range from gorgeous knit baskets to adorable knit acorns. Scatter your table top with leaves or dress it up with a vintage runner. There are so many beautiful patterns to make your autumn harvest table memorable.Every Knitter's Favorite Basket
- Every Knitter's Favorite Basket
- Checkerboard Placemat
- Gram's Vintage Flowers Illusion Table Runner
- Jack Be Little Pumpkin
- Blue Blocks Placemat
- 40 Years Felted Platter
- Knit Maple Leaves
- Tiny Turkey
- Knitted Leaves
- Tiny Acorn Pattern
One of my favorite things about Thanksgiving is how warm and inviting the house feels when I walk inside. The intoxicating smells from the kitchen, the smoky scent coming from the fireplace, and the warmth of everyone inside melt away the autumn chill and put me at ease. These easy decorating ideas are a great way to dress up your home for the holiday. There are some unexpected ideas as well as some festive touches, so get carried away and decorate every room with these simple knitting patterns.
- Circle of Leaves Knit Wreath
- Pumpkin Toilet Paper Cozy
- Turkey Finger Puppet
- Felted Thanksgiving Turkey with Pilgrim Hat
- Petite Knit Pumpkin
- Garter Stitch Oak Leaves
Thanksgiving is the biggest eating day of the year, so it’s no wonder that there are so many adorable turkey-inspired kitchen knits. We’ve rounded up our favorite oven mitts, hot pads, and other food friendly knits that will help you get a beautiful meal on the table in style.
- Felted Thanksgiving Oven Mitts
- Felted Pan Handle Cozy
- Patchwork Dishcloth
- French Press Coffee Cozy
- Grandma's Favorite Dishcloth
- Who Would Like a Turkey Leg Dishcloth
One of the best ways to have a cozy, relaxed holiday is to make sure your TV area is warm and inviting for Thanksgiving football. That means having a nap-ready couch and a pile of cozy knit blankets for the big game. Thanksgiving football is a time honored tradition is just as important (if not more) than the annual feast, and kicking back in front of the TV with a mug of hot cider is what the holiday is all about.
- Bear Claw Throw
- Bold and Beautiful Scrap Afghan
- Chocolate Layer Cake Afghan
- Chevron Throw
- Timeless Aran Throw
- Tapioca Pudding Afghan
- Beer Cozy
- Remote Control Caddy
We hope these patterns will inspire you to create a cozy, memorable holiday. But remember, the most important part of Thanksgiving is not about pretty napkins or rustic centerpieces – it’s about enjoying your family and being grateful for one another. Gobble, gobble!
Find even more hot dish knits in our brand new collection. Check out Hungry for the Harvest: 20 Patterns for Thanksgiving Table Decor today!
For these unbelievable knitting projects and a ton more, check out How to Knit Afghans and More: 300 DIY Home Decor Patterns!
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