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A crochet turkey is such a fun way to bring the fall season into your home! Try out one of these fun crochet projects before you start on your Thanksgiving feast.
Whether you’re looking for a cute amigurumi turkey or just come cute crochet patterns to decorate your home for the holiday, you’re sure to find your new favorite pattern here.
Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. A warm house with all the smells of fall. Mashed Potatoes. Green Bean Casserole. Cranberry Sauce. Pumpkin pie (or my personal favorite Peanut Butter Pie). And, of course, the most iconic symbol of the Thanksgiving holiday: The Thanksgiving turkey!
So what is a crocheter to do on this happiest of happy days? Why make a crochet turkey, of course! I’m so in love with this collection of patterns, perfect for this special time of year!
Terrence the Turkey is such an adorable amigurumi crochet turkey! The way the feathers just stick out from the back is just too cute! I also love that the designer includes video tutorials to help with some of the more difficult amigurumi pieces in the pattern!
My turkey wallhanging is just so fun for Thanksgiving season! I mean, just look at those little turkeys! How can you resist this cutie on your door or wall? This pattern is made with worsted weight yarn and the turkey feathers are achieved with a variegated yarn. I love that this pattern looks great in so many different fall colors!
I kind of love the eyebrows on this crochet turkey pattern. So, so cu te! Something about eyeballs on amigurumi always seems to give them a little extra personality in my opinion. Of course, if you don’t want to use safety eyes (or if you are making for a young child, you can certainly embroider eyes instead).
The Little Gobbles crochet pattern is so cute and round! Personally, I am a big fan of the traditional brown yarn for turkeys, but in the photos for this pattern, there is a cute multicolor yarn choice as well. And don't those feet just make you smile?
Who doesn’t love a chunky turkey? Nugget the Turkey is absolutely adorable. Just grab a bulkier yarn of your choice and you’re ready to go! I am also personally a big fan of the removable hat included in this pattern. This hand sized turkey head is perfect for turkey day!
This crochet turkey coaster pattern is the perfect way to use up some of your yarn scraps this fall. Plus they make a perfect autumn gift as they don’t take too long to work up. And let's face it, we can all use more coasters!
I really love the hyper-realistic turkey body on this amigurumi pattern. I also really like that the 3D beak in this pattern. And that hat is also such a fun touch. Would this look so cute on your Thanksgiving table?
This turkey Applique is just so cute! I love the small patches of color on top of the brown yarn feathers. it gives it a hint of color without going over the top! I'm also a fan of the googly eyes on the turkey's head on this cute pattern!
A Turkey Gnome was not something I thought I needed in my life, but this adorable crochet pattern is a show stopper! I mean, just look at this little guy! I really love that he’s wearing a turkey hat and the yellow yarn really makes the turkey stand out. Plus I love the colorful turkey feathers. What a great pattern!
If you’re a big fan of the C2C technique, you’re going to love this turkey afghan pattern. I love the variety of colors that are in this pattern as well as just how much the crochet turkey takes up the entirety of this blanket.
Whether you’re making a calendar afghan or you’re just in need of a turkey granny square, this pattern is perfect! I love that one leg is kicked off to the side like this turkey is doing a little dance. So fun!
If you’re looking for decorative turkey crochet patterns for your tablescape, this pattern is super cute. It can be used as either a placemat on your dinner table or a pot holder! Also, I may be crazy, but I think this would make a super cute pillow as well.
When you're decking out your home in Thanksgiving decor, don't forget this adorableI turkey crochet kitchen towel. The button beak on this towel is super cute. Useful and adorable! Such a fun pattern!
If you’re looking to learn how to make the best amigurumi, be sure to check out my Amigurumi: A Beginner’s Guide. It’s a massive 165 page ebook of detailed tutorials, tips and tricks (plus exclusive patterns). You’ll learn everything you can think of from the magic ring and working in continuous rounds to invisible decreases and other pro tips. .
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