At AllFreeSewing, we know it’s still August. However, when you take the back-to-school scramble and Halloween into account, you’ll find that Thanksgiving is just around the bend. Ladies and gentlemen, we implore you not to panic; there’s still plenty of time to prepare for this year’s Turkey Day. We’re trying to stay well ahead of schedule this year, which is why we’ve released our newest and free eBook, Give Thanks: 10 Sewing Ideas for Thanksgiving. In this free eBook you’ll find a cornucopia (if you will) of Thanksgiving crafts and ideas for your table and general home decor. As the holiday season dawns on us this year, let’s all be on time with lovely, sewn Thanksgiving decorations.
Let your little ones celebrate this year’s turkey day with Thanksgiving crafts from this free eBook. Easy sewing projects like The Traditional Turkey Handprint are perfect for your kids. They take a classic design that most children are familiar with and add dimension to it. If you want to opt for a sewing project that doesn’t involve any stuffing (after all, you’ll have enough of it on Thanksgiving), you can always choose to make the Last Minute Kids’ Thanksgiving Placemat. Either of these easy sewing projects can be completed well in advance or on Thanksgiving. Choose to make them with a group of young guests as a way of entertaining them before dinner.
For the grownups, there are plenty of placemats and table toppers in this eBook to satisfy their decorative needs. Look out for full table-scape tutorials in Give Thanks: 10 Sewing Ideas for Thanksgiving. These Thanksgiving crafts are evergreen too; projects like the Fall Leaf Table Runner and Napkin Rings can be created for November’s special day and afterwards. You’ll find ample material for decorating for Thanksgiving in this eBook.
You’re the boss this Thanksgiving. Take your time to read, review, and choose the Thanksgiving crafts you want to make this year. The Give Thanks: 10 Sewing Ideas for Thanksgiving free eBook is the perfect collection of sewing projects to refer back to year after year. Download your free copy and see what else you can make for fall by following this link.