Simple Thanksgiving Crafts: Table Decor, Turkey Crafts & More

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In my opinion, Thanksgiving is one of the best holidays to celebrate. How can any day that calls for eating immense amounts of green bean casserole and pumpkin pie be bad in any way? To honor this special food filled holiday, I’ve put together a special roundup of Thanksgiving crafts. As the editor of AllFreeSewing.com, I’ve focused mainly on Thanksgiving sewing projects but you’ll also find a few hidden craft extras.

If you’re hosting Thanksgiving this year you’ll need a pretty tablescape. We’ve included a few lovely ideas below.

If you’re in need of keeping the kids busy (and out of the kitchen while you’re cooking) check out some simple turkey sewing patterns. Whip up a few before the big day, then give them to the kids to decorate or play with.

You can also dress up your little ones in adorable holiday attire.

And for additional Thanksgiving decor, check out some of these simple Thanksgiving crafts.

For the entire list of Thanksgiving sewing patterns, see the 20 Thanksgiving Sewing Projects for the Family collection.

Download the 24 Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes & Fall Craft Projects eBook for free.

 

 

 

 

What are some of your favorite Thanksgiving traditions? Will you be making any crafts for Thanksgiving this year?

 

 

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