As far as holidays go, it’s hard to top Thanksgiving. You get to see your whole family with no gift-wrapping involved, there’s football on television, and – of course – the food is fantastic. I personally am thankful for whoever came up with the idea of having a holiday dedicated to eating turkey and mashed potatoes. If you’re already drooling over the thought of pumpkin pie, why not get into the spirit of Thanksgiving a little early with these free knitting patterns?
These free patterns are just the thing for taking your Thanksgiving dinner to the next level. Not only is it great to put a personal touch on your family gatherings, but these knitting patterns are so cute that your knitting skills will be the talk of the party! Even if you prefer to focus on beginner knitting patterns, you’re sure to find something in this list that you can work up in a hurry.
Fall Feast Wine Cozy – Give a toast to being thankful in style with this knit wine cozy. This free knitting pattern makes for a great hostess gift!
Autumn Leaves Knit Placemats – These adorable knit placemats have a pocket just for silverware!
Festive Owl Dishcloth – Owls are always in style, and this knit dishcloth perfectly pulls together the colors of fall.
Horn of Plenty Fruit Cozies – These adorable fruit cozies would make a great addition to your fruit bowl!
Pumpkin Napkin Rings – If you’re serving up a Thanksgiving feast, these napkin rings make the perfect table decoration.
Thankful Thursday Wine Cozy – The adults at your family gathering are sure to love this knit wine cozy!
Felted Thanksgiving Oven Mitts – You’ll likely be handling a lot of hot dishes this Thanksgiving, whether you’re hosting or helping – these can help!
Turkey Knit Finger Puppet – Entertain the little ones at your family gathering with this cute knit puppet!
It’s never too early to get started on your holiday knitting. Check out this adorable Sweet Santa Baby Sweater pattern from Red Heart! You’ll have a blast working one up for all the little ones in your life this holiday season.
What’s your favorite Thanksgiving food?