November is here and it's time to start thinking about your holiday gatherings with family and friends! November is one of my favorite months because of the yummy food, the warm cozy colors that fill our home and the smells of cinnamon and pumpkin candles in the air all while being surround by family and friends. I put together some great sewing patterns that will come in handy during the Thanksgiving season!
The number one rule for Thanksgiving is always wear something comfortable! Which is why this Popover Poncho by April Rhodes is on the top of my to sew list! We made ours with AGF Knit fabrics from Bound Fabrics! I love the cuddly cowl neck and the classic hoody style pocket! This pattern is beginner friendly and will keep you warm in the chilly months ahead!
Free quilt patterns are the best, specifically this scrappy, easy to make tumbler block quilt! This 32 1/2" x 45" throw quilt is perfect for laying over your sofa for guests to snuggle with! The Forager quilt is made with Forest Floor fabrics by Bonnie Christine.
Try adding rounded corners to your quilt for a fun, professional finish!
Are you in charge of hosting Thanksgiving this year? For a jaw dropping table setting add these Personalized Mitered Napkins for each of your guests! We made ours with the beautiful, soft yarn dye fabric from the AGF Denim Studio. AGF has five different yarn dyed fabrics to choose from and they are perfect for napkin making. Have fun fussy cutting out letters from the "Joyeux Alphabet" print from Joie de Vivre fabrics by Bari J.
No more boring square pillows thanks to Mister Domestic ! His amazing Hexagon floor pillows are absolutely beautiful with its English paper piecing center made with Bountiful fabrics by Sharon Holland! The sides and back are made with the sturdy, textured denim from the AGF Denim Studio! I love the handles he added to easily tote these pillows around!
Toss a few of these on the floor when the grandchildren and niece and nephews comes to visit!
There is nothing more festive then hanging garland! Try this easy leaf tutorial to add a warm, nature type feel to any room in your home!
What is Thanksgiving without turkey? Vegan or vegetarian? Try this turkey wall hanging made by Mister Domestic with solid pure element fabrics. It measures 25”x 30” and would make a perfect addition to your Thanksgiving decor.
Who loves cooking? I am no top chef but I do enjoy cooking from time to time. If you are anything like me cooking can get a lil messy at times. The Coquette Apron pattern is just what you need to keep you looking cute and clean! :) We made ours with the "Yuma Lemons Mist" print from Sage fabrics by Bari J!
8. Triune Tote
Plastic bags should be a thing of the past! Make your own tote bag to take on your next shopping trip! I love the patchy look of the Triune tote by Pat Bravo! We made our tote with Fleet and Flourish fabrics by Maureen Cracknell.
What are your Thanksgiving plans this year? Share in the comments below! I am headed home to Minnesota to spend it with my family! My favorite thing about going home is getting to play with my niece and nephews!