Crochet Turkey Coasters And Ornaments

Crochet Turkey Coasters And Ornament

Crochet Turkey Coasters And Ornament

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How can one think of Thanksgiving without thinking of turkey!!! Here is the crochet pattern to make turkey coasters or hang them up as ornaments and decorations. Crochet some to celebrate Thanksgiving with.

I was inspired by a flower potholder found in Pinterest to come up with this turkey coaster crochet pattern. Using some fall color yarns to crochet the base of the turkey, then outline it to give it a magical touch. The outlining and detailing on the tails really make the different and brighten-up the whole crochet piece. If you wish to turn the turkey to peacock, just use change the yarn colors to green, light blue, dark blue, black and brown.

Wish you all Happy Thanksgiving…. say “Thank you” in any language you know!!! 谢谢 (Chinese), terima kasih (Malay), arigato (Japanese), kamsamnida (Korean), doa jeh (Cantonese Dialect), kamsia (Hokkien Dialect)….

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  1. this is adorable…! will give it a try. walaupun i didn’t celebrate thanksgiving, i do crochet things – preferably fancy things like this. thanks for sharing

  2. I simply love these turkeys …. Must do one!

    Thank you soooooooooo much for the pattern : -)

  3. Cindy, I hope you see this as they certainly make me think of you!!

  4. I have done my first turkey shape :-) It is easy and cute :-)
    Thank you again …

    … Yeeeeeeees, I know that there is no Thanksgiving in France :-))

  5. Awwwhhh I love those. Thank you so much for the pattern.

  6. these are soo cute. thanks for sharing

  7. Wow. You are AMAZING. So creative with your crochet. These are terrific!

  8. OMGoodness! These turkey coasters are ADORABLE! Thank you very much! :) :)
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    Lee Ann

    My new blog: Crochetgottaloveit
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    My website: Crochet…Gotta Love It!

  9. You are a good teacher. Thanks for sharing. May GOD bless you with more great ideas.

  10. Not sure if this is the proper place to ask, but LOVE the turkeys! You obviously have to make several color changes. I am a beginner and am trying to find the best (easiest) way to do so. Any suggestions?

    thanks so much! I envy your talent!
    Cara

  11. thank you for the tut, I could not wrap my brain around the joining on the original pattern for the flower and this has helped:)
    your turkeys are super cute!

  12. Creativity and the wonderful work of nice thank you.

  13. Hey, I’m a boy, and I’m from Romania. I first learned crocheting in the 5th grade. And now, at 28, I bought my first magazine on crocheting last week – it looks like I do learn fast, even though I do not find the time to practice that much.

    I was really interested to see what people do with their yarns and crochets, and I really am amazed of the ideas and the results.

    I am delighted to see your work.

    My best regards! :-)

  14. Hello,
    I was wondering do u sell the turkey coasters? I would b willing to buy some.? I seen them on craft passion! Please reply to me as I am very interested in them for gift!

    Thank you,
    Laura Slocum

  15. OMG…wonderful! I must do them as soon as possibile!

  16. your turkey you made very lovely ♥♥♥ thank you very much…

  17. I love your pattern! Thanks so much for sharing!!!

  18. These are not only cute they are just the most adorable thing I have ever seen. I love,love,love these turkeys.
    thank you for sharing you are awesome.

  19. hi, my name is oana, i sow this beautiful turkey coster on a fb page of one of my followers and I instantly shared it on my page, my follwers asked my if I could make a tutorial on my italian youtube channel with it and now I kindly ask you the permission to make it, we all thank you if you accept

  20. I am not the best crocheter, but I will definitely be giving these a try! They are SO cute! I shared them on my Some Kind of Wonderful Saturday Party and would love if you stopped by to share some more. I know I will definitely be back. You have a great compilation of ideas!

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  22. The last row of the tail has a total of 6 double crochet shells, but later on-crocheting around the tail or outlining it, it says to crochet in 7 double crochet of the shell. Is this a mistake in the pattern ?

  23. Thanks for the pattern correction. The finished turkey is absolutely gorgeous. Perfect for the Thanksgiving season. I’ll be looking forward to more of your ideas.

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  26. trabalhos lindos adorei

    Translation (by Google):
    loved beautiful work

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  29. Adorei Vou fazer um íma para geladeira.

    Translation (by Google):
    I loved making a magnet for the fridge.

  30. I love your work. They are so cute. How I wish I’m good at crochet so I can make my own turkey coaster or yet, I can make a coaster with other animal design like dog or cat.

  31. I almost fell out of my chair, these are the cutest crochet turkeys I’ve ever seen. I’m going to try making this into a pot holder instead of coasters. Hoping I just need a slightly larger yarn & hook.

  32. Hello, has anyone adapted this coaster pattern to a larger size for a hotpad or trivet use? If so, please email me at 4fergis23@comcast.net. I know my sisters and I would get a lot more use of the larger size, and they are so adorable.
    Thank you,
    Linda

  33. Thank you so much for this pattern. I love these turkeys. Definitely have to make them! Happy Thanksgiving.

  34. I am very frustrated because I cannot copy this Turkey Coaster pattern! I copy half of it and then it quits. When I go back to copy what I didn’t get, it won’t work. Is there any way I can get this pattern in it’s entirety?
    Thanking you in advance for your assistance.
    Dee

    • Hi Dee, Why do you need to copy? There is a print function (green icon) after the post (before the comment section), that icon will generate an editable pdf document so you can choose what do you want to print or save by deleting the unnecessary content.

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  35. I love this! I shared it this week at my Thanksgiving 30 Days of Gifts. You can see it here…http://sewlicioushomedecor.com/sew-thanksful-series-pin-cushions-day-2/. :)

    Marti

  36. Sorry….I think I put the wrong link…you can see it here…http://sewlicioushomedecor.com/sew-thankful-series-house-day-3/. :)

    Marti.

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  40. So fun! I featured a link to your pattern on Moogly this morning, thanks for sharing it! http://www.mooglyblog.com/free-crochet-turkey-patterns/

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  43. I love these. I made some for my granddaughter to play with.

  44. What a gem! Be sure to try to make! You have a very nice site! Thank you!

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