Let's Talk Turkey!

from The Sweatshop of Love

Let's Talk Turkey! Pattern


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Embroidery: Let's Talk Turkey!
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Hand Embroidery

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • do basic embroidery stitches

Pattern Description:

Let's Talk Turkey: As a mostly-vegetarian, I draw a lot of quizzical looks when I start spouting how much I love Thanksgiving. And I LOVE Thanksgiving! The football, the food, the promise of Black Friday shopping. For me it doesn't have anything to do with turkey. Eating turkey would keep me from eating more pie, so forget that.

But every time someone says 'Happy Turkey Day' instead of 'Happy Thanksgiving' we are reminded that turkey is the reason for the season as far as our stomachs are concerned, and lucky for us they are so darn cute! Stitch up this turkey to celebrate Thanksgiving this year, and ALL of his chain stitched feathers, whether eating turkey is your thing or not.

DMC Floss: #310: Black; #321: Red; #677: Yellow/Cream; #728: Yellow; #801: Brown; #932: Blue; #B5200: White.

Materials Required: 2 12" squares of muslin, other woven cotton fabric, or 1 12" square of muslin or other woven cotton fabric and 1 12" square of fusible interfacing, fabric marking pen or pencil, safety pins or masking tape, 6" or smaller embroidery hoop to use while stitching, embroidery needle, scissors

Stitches Used: Back Stitch, Chain Stitch, French Knots, Satin Stitch.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Intended for a 6" embroidery hoop


  • various DMC embroidery floss colors - see pattern description
  • embroidery needle
  • 2 12" squares of muslin
  • 6" embroidery hoop

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I'm a knitwear and embroidery pattern designer and knitting teacher from Michigan who currently lives in Chicago. My patterns have been published in Interweave Knits, Knitscene, and knit.wear magazines, and by Lion Brand Yarns. I self publish patterns and blog at The Sweatshop of Love and run Holla Knits and Red Letter Day Stitches.

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