Give Thanks...A Quilted Wall Hanging

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Give Thanks...A Quilted Wall Hanging Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Home Decor


Wall Hanging

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic sewing and quilting skills

Pattern Description:

Scrappy maple leafs, pretty pumpkins, and a perky turkey add up to Thanksgiving fun in this holiday wall hanging/banner. It combines pieced and appliqued blocks (fusible applique recommended) for the best of both worlds. For the tail feathers, take your pick from two options: Use ready-made "poly-silk" leaves as shown in the sample quilt; or substitute appliqued fabric feathers, choosing from leaf shapes or more primitive feather shapes. Full-size templates for all appliques are included in the fully illustrated 13-page pattern. Use up scraps and fabrics from your stash for this Thanksgiving project to use throughout the autumn season.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 23-1/2" x 34-1/2"


  • Basic sewing and quilting tools

You Will Also Need:

  • Thread
  • Batting
  • Heatproof applique pressing sheet
  • Fusible web

About Designer

About Designer

Barbara Weiland on

I am a published sewing and quilting author with several books and many magazine articles to my credit. My most recent book, How to Make a Quilt was published in August 2014 by Storey Publishing. I've written two other successful books for them-- The Quilting Answer Book and The Sewing Answer Book. I learned to sew from my grandmothers, great grandmother, and my Mom when I was barely in grade ...

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