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Thanksgiving Quilts

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  • Total submissions: 19
  • Total countries: 2
  • Total provinces: 1
  • Total states: 13

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Back to Nature Back to Nature
By: Rachel Hayes,
Tennessee, USA

This was a block of the month I did in 2010. The colors are so pretty and make me think of fall. It is always the quilt I choose for our bed at Thanksgiving time. I quilted it with a simple feather pantograph on my long arm machine.

Quilt size: width: 96" height: 106"

Bonnet Girl's Thanksgiving Bonnet Girl’s Thanksgiving
By: Cheryl Riello,
Connecticut, USA

This quilted wall hanging offers a variety of techniques. The scene is “framed” inside of the border to look three demensional. The figures are made from vintage fabric and lace and appliqued onto the background. Outline stitches are embroidered, embellishments are feathers and mohair.

Quilt size: width: 24" height: 24"

Crow on the Pumpkin Crow on the Pumpkin
By: Luckypup Quilter,
California, USA

Wool on homespuns. Designed by Lisa Bongean and pattern found in Primitive Quilts Fall 2011 magazine.

Quilt size: width: 24" height: 28"

HAPPY THANKSGIVING HAPPY THANKSGIVING
By: LINDA DOUGLAS,
Montana, USA

Thanksgiving Wall Hanging 26″x32″ in shades of autumn colors in leaves and vegetables. Machine pieced and hand stitched in free motion on leaf border; with hand stitching and embroidery work of leaves,pumpkin,squash and the script>HAPPY THANKSGIVING !

Quilt size: width: 26" height: 32"

Pumpkins Pumpkins
By: Quiltfabrication,
California, USA

I love seasonal wall hangings that can span two holidays instead of one. What better than a pumpkin for October and November?

Quilt size: width: 32" height: 25"

Scarecrows just love me! Scarecrows just love me!
By: Natalie ухтышка,
Tennessee, USA

This quilt was fun to make, working on the back porch during warm fall days. I was trying to improve my skills in several techniques at a time: hand embroidery (acorns and berries), applique, fusible bias (stems), stippling, joining curved lines, different color of binding, according to background.

Quilt size: width: 36" height: 46"

Shades of Autumn Runner Shades of Autumn Runner
By: Diantha Howard,
Vermont, USA

I started doing machine applique and enjoyed it a lot. I found this pattern in Quilters World Oct. 2010 issue – designed by Carolyn Vagts, and loved it. (I made it a little smaller than the magazine, as our table is not very long.) It will be the center of our Thanksgiving table.

Quilt size: width: 15" height: 39"

talkin turkey talkin turkey
By: vandy,
Ohio, USA

My quilt guild had a class to make this quilt but i thought it would be awesome as a door hanging for Thanksgiving.

Quilt size: width: 19" height: 55"

Thankgsgiving Runner Thankgsgiving Runner
By: Linette Greene,
Montana, USA

I made this simple runner for part of a raffle prize for our employee council. It is mostly batiks.

Quilt size: width: 10" height: 31"

Thanksgiving Blessings Thanksgiving Blessings
By: Sandi Andersen,
Minnesota, USA

This is one of twelve small quilts that I made in the year 2000…….one for each month. I thought of that old hymn “Count your blessings” when I wrote the poem for this quilt. Truly, even one blessing is better than none!

Quilt size: width: 22" height: 28"

Thanksgiving pumpkin Thanksgiving pumpkin
By: Sandy Lynch,
Maryland, USA

This is one of the first quilts I made. It is a Thimbleberries pattern/kit. I pieced the top and had the quilting done professionally and we used flannel for the backing, so very nice to cuddle with on a cold night. This one is usually out through Thanksgiving.

Quilt size: width: 56" height: 56"

Thanksgiving Table Runner Thanksgiving Table Runner
By: Christine @ Quilter’s Diary,
California, USA

I inherited the center star block from a 95-year-old quilter who died with a lot of unfinished projects. I surrounded the star block with 2-1/2″ strips, which I sewed on using a quilt-as-you-go method. It took less than a day!

Quilt size: width: 15" height: 60"

Tom the Turkey Tom the Turkey
By: PugMom Quilts!,
Massachusetts, USA

I made this quilt a really long time ago, so unfortunately its story is long forgotten. I think it was a kit. I added the turkey border print.

Quilt size: width: 36" height: 36"

Turkey Day in Holland Turkey Day in Holland
By: KC,
Texas, USA

Our friend was going to Holland to celebrate Thanksgiving with her daughter & son-in-love and wanted to bring a little of “home” with her…so she asked to make something for their table. This was one of my very first quilted projects..tablerunner & 4 placemats.

Quilt size: width: 14" height: 36"

Turkey Time Turkey Time
By: Paulette Elliott,
Missouri, USA

This was a learn to quilt kit purchased at Jo Ann’s.
This was my second quilt project. Not perfect by any means. I enjoyed making the flying geese blocks. I added the ribbon and bows for accent.

Quilt size: width: 12.5" height: 24.5"

Twice Blessed Twice Blessed
By: Kaaren Biggs,
Ontario, Canada

Two table runners made for dear friends using a border stripe in two different ways!

Quilt size: width: 18" height: 40"

Well Somebody Has To Do It Well Somebody Has To Do It
By: kbo,
California, USA

Sunbonnet Sue swings the Axe. Hand and machine applique. Original Design

Quilt size: width: 20" height: 18"

With all things give thanks With all things give thanks
By: Robin Puma,
Florida, USA

Quilt made from a Kimberbell Designs pattern as a shop display for Buttonwood Quilts.

Quilt size: width: 39" height: 39"

Zig Zag Thanksgiving table runner Zig Zag Thanksgiving table runner
By: Kristen Helton,
New York, USA

My little coffee table looked so bare and I knew it needed a little runner to help it look better!! Since its Thanksgiving time I went thru my scraps and whipped up this cute little runner (design is not mine I found online). I can’t wait to make one for all the different holidays!!

Quilt size: width: 40" height: 11"

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This post was published on November 22nd, 2013. Post topics: Quilt Gallery.

75 Responses to “Thanksgiving Quilts”

  1. Nancy Salmons says:

    Love them all! Tend to go for the fall colors but am trying to branch out.

  2. Jonatha A. Johnson says:

    I would select Canyon Blaze and the Red Gradients if I win, because I’ve been working on an Autumn quilt, and those reds blending into purple and other shades of autumn would be just ideal to burnish off my Maple leaves.

  3. Patty says:

    This makes me want to make myself a Thanksgiving quilt. I love them.

  4. Tamara says:

    Sundance gives me a happy feeling. I would use it in my rainbow quilt that I am planning. All the colors are beautiful!

  5. Debbie says:

    Sundance is my favorite and I might use it for a border of a paper pieced miniature.

  6. nancy k says:

    I love the Autumn stash!

  7. Carol says:

    I really like the Autumn Stash. I can see placemats or a table runner. Of the gradients, I think Pendleton grabs my attention the most. All the fabrics are beautiful!

  8. Sally Manke says:

    I like Leafy Greens and Grape Jelly. They would be great for an art quilt of Venita, Italy that’s on my idea list.

  9. Susan says:

    They’re all beautiful! I’d probably go towards blue and do a oceanscape wall hanging. Thanks for the chance to win.

  10. Pam says:

    They are all pretty but I do like the Red Sunset fabric.

  11. mariajose says:

    !Me encanta el otoño y las calabazas!!

  12. Gill says:

    I like Morning Glory – it would make a great topper!

  13. Linda McCoy says:

    Beautiful, beautiful colors! I’m collecting blues for an ocean themed quilt. With that in mind, I like the Under the Sea best!

  14. Linda Webster says:

    The gradients are so beautiful. My favourite is Beach Walk.

  15. bobbiesews says:

    I’d love the purple or blue/greens from above but her gradient I choose from her site would be Morning Glory or Emerald City. I think it’d be great in a Trip Around World or Seminole style patchwork. Yum,Yum.

  16. June Griepp says:

    I would choose the Sea and Sky blue gradient. Perfect for a design from Cheryl Phillips Fiber Art book Quilts Without Corners.

  17. Pat H. says:

    Pendleton – Gradient is beautiful. It reminds me of my favorite fall colors. I have a fall colors quilt begging to be. I have been collecting fabric and waiting for the pattern that says Me pick Me I’m perfect. The guild challenge is “In the Forest” and it could work for that as well.

  18. Maks says:

    Love all the colors but the Black Gradient is so beautiful. I would have to put it on the design wall to look at it for quite a while before cutting.

  19. Maria Call says:

    Red Dawn is my favorite, and I’d use it in a two-fabric bargello quilt OR in a landscape quilt that shows an Arizona sunrise.

  20. Kathy Smith says:

    Tough choice for me as I like Coming Home and Rappahannock Sunset. They are bold and just what I’m looking for in sunset type fabrics.

  21. DebV says:

    What beautiful fabric. Great quilts. Thanks for the chance to win. Tough choice on colors. I like Zoisite

  22. Julie in GA says:

    Vicki’s fabrics are all so gorgeous! Right now I would choose the Woodlands gradient.

  23. vandy linhart says:

    they are all so pretty

  24. susana says:

    Rojo atardecer, pero los tejidos de son todos bellos.

  25. Teri says:

    My favorite is “Reunion” — and I think I’d have to make that my focus fabric for a high school reunion signature quilt I’m making for next year. They’re all lovely, though, so it was a hard pick!

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