Let’s stitch up some Thanksgiving embroidery designs!
Photos via Bluprint member Appliqué Geek
Need a hostess gift? Stitch up a festive apron. It takes just minutes with a pre-purchased apron and these cute appliqué designs.
Photos via Bluprint member EmbGarden
These unique (and totally safe) tea lights would be a great table accent. They are made entirely in the hoop and stitch up quickly. The Turkey Legs Towel is also adorable and another great idea for a hostess gift.
There are plenty of Thanksgiving designs for hand stitchers, too. Owls have gained popularity of late and these cross stitch hooties will make cute accents on dinner napkins (left). The 7-inch square Thankful embroidery pattern sampler (right) would look lovely in a frame or as the centerpiece of a wall hanging.
Photo via Bluprint member Purple Stitching
There’s nothing like a little humor to brighten the holiday!
Yet another work of heart that any hostess would appreciate, the hand-stitched pie crust recipe uses the hoop as a frame (left) while the November cross stitch forms the centerpiece for a quick-pieced quilt or wall hanging (right).
Photo via Bluprint member Cloudsfactory
Quick and easy, this Thanksgiving Sampler is another cross-stitch pattern that would look as good framed and hanging on the wall as it would on a table runner.
Photos via Bluprint member Hunibears Designs
Whether it is pilgrims or Native Americans, youngsters will enjoy these Hunibears dolls. Stitched on plastic canvas, they hold up much better than their paper doll counterparts.
After Thanksgiving dinner, the young crowd can also enjoy the game. There are nearly 20 sets of Hunibears in NFL garb.
Photo via Bluprint member Embroidershoppe
Thanksgiving at my grandparents’ house was the official Christmas season kick off so, in memory of Grandma, I’m including these beautiful poinsettias.
Do you have a favorite Thanksgiving tradition?