Give Thanksgiving a touch your family will always remember with these 17 crochet ideas

With fall rapidly descending, out come the autumn decorations. Colorful leaves decorate the tables, Indian corn and pumpkins are placed on the front porch, and greens and oranges pervade every spare bit of space you have. Those who love to do crafts actively get online or troll crafting stores looking for new ideas.
Often, people don't think about crocheting decorations, but the hook-and-yarn craft doesn't have to be used only for clothing and blankets. It can also be put to good use helping to accent the home with truly unique pieces. Because crocheting has so many different stitches, every piece you make, whether it's practical or strictly decorative, can become a decoration through its workmanship and color.
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1. Autumn Fields Throw by I Like Crochet.
Besides being great to snuggle up in and stay warm with on a cold evening, an Autumn Fields Throw adds a splash of warm color to any room. Rated as an easy pattern, even beginners can tackle this project.
2. Turkey baby cocoon by MyMadyMichelle.
Are you getting ready for Halloween and Thanksgiving with a little one? The turkey baby cocoon is a great way to keep your baby warm while staying in the holiday spirit.
3. Acorn free crochet pattern on Squirrel Picnic.
Acorns are great decorations any time of the year, but they definitely fit with fall. This one is made as two separate pieces and can then be sewn together. If you choose to leave the pieces unsewn, you can place little presents inside and use it as a party favor.
4. Crocheted turkey's free pattern on 5LittleMonsters for Fairfield World.
Stuffed turkeys are great for more than just Thanksgiving dinner. Crocheting one for a table decoration or present for someone takes knowing the single crochet, double crochet, half double crochet and single crochet two together. Fairfield World has free instructions for those who want to try it.
5. Fall ripple stitch blanket by Drowsy Swords.
Another great blanket for accenting a room and staying warm is the ripple stitch blanket using fall colors. Its tight stitch makes it ideal for keeping warm on the cold nights.
6. Fall oak leaves free crochet pattern on Pattern Paradise.
The fall oak leaves can be used either as table decorations or coasters. The fall colors add the perfect touch.
7. Thanksgiving table runner by DancingLawn on Ravelry.
Do you ever struggle to find the perfect tablecloth or runner for the holidays? Ravelry offers the solution of making your own. By changing the colors, you can change what holiday this runner is good for; but by using fall colors, the runner becomes perfect for Thanksgiving. Although Ravelry is free, to gain access to all the goodies on its sight, readers do need to create their own account.
8. Tasty Turkey Basket free crochet pattern on Moogly.
The Tasty Turkey Basket can be a great addition to your table decorations. It can be used to hold goodies to eat, balls of yarn or anything else that comes to mind. One of the best things about the turkey is the pattern's free!
9. Pilgrim pair free crochet pattern on Red Heart.
What would Thanksgiving be without some Pilgrims? With Red Heart's free pattern, you can make your own pair to sit on the porch or somewhere else. The only stitches necessary are the chain, single crochet, double crochet and slip stitch.
10. Pumpkin free crochet pattern on Rescued Paw Designs.
Pumpkins are another must for fall. Crocheting a few from Rescued Paw Designs free pattern gives you some darling pumpkins that can be used as coasters or key chains or can be joined together like granny squares to make a bigger project.
11. Turkey hat's free pattern on The Stitching Mommy.
Little ones often need a hat when outside in the cold. The Stitchin' Mommy offers a free pattern for newborn infants up to three months. If you need one for an older baby, she sells her patterns on Ravelry.
12. Crocheted turkey wreath free crochet pattern on Repeat Crafter Me.
Company always comes to the front door, so most people like to decorate it according to the seasons. A turkey wreath can be made by knowing four stitches: the single crochet, the double crochet, the half double crochet, and the single crochet decrease.
13. Thanksgiving dishcloth free crochet pattern on Yarnspirations.
Most people don't think of using dishcloths for decorations; but if your dishcloths are a turkey and pilgrim, they make a great set to hang on your wall. You only need to use chains, single crochets, and double crochets.
14. Turkey hat free crochet pattern on Squirrel Picnic.
Another possible hat for babies is the turkey hat below. The hat itself only uses single crochets and double crochets.
15. Turkey coasters free crochet pattern on Craft Passion.
Turkeys are as much a part of Thanksgiving as a Christmas tree is part of Christmas. Making turkey coasters puts the turkey on every table throughout the season.
16. Acorn and leaves garland and mini pumpkins free pattern on Jo Ann.
If you have a hearth, mini pumpkins can be the perfect addition. A garland of acorns and leaves can be draped along it to help dress it up.
17. Cornucopia centerpiece free crochet pattern on Free Crochet by Sharon Volkman.
Cornucopias make the perfect centerpiece for any Thanksgiving table. The free pattern makes crocheting one much more cost effective.
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With so many possibilities, decorating your home with crocheted items just got way easier. Your home can then be decorated using a very personal touch.
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