Sew Thankful: Thanksgiving Embroidery Projects

We all have so much for which to be thankful. These machine embroidery designs will help you share your Thanksgiving sentiments!

It’s hard to believe it’s that time of year. Do you need a hostess gift or home décor? If so, you’ve come to the right place!

Thanksgiving Towels

Whether you make it or buy it, everyone can use a towel. Harvest Blessings from Oma’s Place would make a perfect hostess gift. The set includes set 12 autumn-themed designs, both applique and fill stitches, that you can mix and match.

The adorable Thanksgiving Sunbonnets from C-Some Stitches is another great choice. Plus, it stitches up super fast. Don’t forget that you can make the back pretty too.

How about a cute mouse in a pie? Fancy That Designs has the mouse and seven other cute designs in their It’s Fall Y’all set.

Thanksgiving Table Linens

Nothing classes up a table like embroidered runners, placemats, and napkins. With purchased blanks, it is really not hard to do either.

These Thanksgiving Placemats from AllStitch say it all and are certain to become a beloved holiday heirloom.

If you use cloth napkins, the Give Thanks design set from Designs by Celeste will be such a pretty addition. You can also add coordinating corners and borders to your table runners and tablecloths. Don’t forget to make the back pretty, too.

Want a take-home memento that will be so very appreciated? Thanksgiving Ornaments from Ace Points Embroidery  are freestanding lace, so all you need to do is stitch, rinse, and dry.

Here is another cute idea that would be ideal for tabletop or as a hostess gift. Thanksgiving Bowls from Stitch Soup are made of vinyl so there is little to no finishing. Just stitch, add brads or snaps, and some tasty treats.

Thanksgiving Shirts

Make t-shirts or sweatshirts for the family! Thankful to Be Me from KC Dezigns can be color coordinated to most any wardrobe.

Thanksgiving Wall and Door Displays

Deck the walls with a cornucopia or Fall Harvest Wreath from Ananda’s Divine Designs. Components are stitched in the freestanding applique technique for clean-finished edges and easy assembly. Mix and match fruits and veggies to create your very own harvest accent.

The Thanksgiving Bunting from Embroider Shoppe couldn’t be easier to make. Just stitch on felt and burlap for a rustic bunting you can display in a window or on the fireplace.

What is your favorite thing to stitch for Thanksgiving?