Thanksgiving Crochet Patterns

Thanksgiving crochet patterns – Time to be thankul.

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Today I want to show you inspiring Thanksgiving crochet patterns. You will be amazed by the patterns I found. They are simple and remind us of what is essential in our lives, and you can use them throughout the whole year. I know you will want to start crocheting them as soon as possible.

Thanksgiving crochet patterns

First, I want to say a little about gratitude. Are you aware of all the good things in your life?

What are you grateful for right now?

˝Gratitude can shift your energy, raise your vibration, and make all your next moments even better.˝ – Joe Vitale

Choosing to be positive and having a grateful attitude is going to determine how you’re going to live your life. Every day, I like to wake up and remind myself to be thankful for the simple things. I try to do it in the middle of the day and before I go to sleep. This practice helps me to feel more calm and relaxed during the day.

Blessed pillow

I have an almost one-year-old baby boy, two indoor cats, I take care of a household, I crochet, and I write a blog. A lot is going on. Every day I have plenty of opportunities to get angry, stressed, or offended. But when I give in to these negative emotions, that means providing something outside myself the power over my happiness.

I can choose not to let little things upset me, but it is not easy. That is why I have reminders in every room of the house, to remind me of what is really important.

I love this quote from dr. Joe Vitale: “If each of us would practice gratitude in the moment, all worries would vanish, all problems would resolve, all miracles would come easily — in fact, if we really were in gratitude in the moment, we’d realize we are already happy, already peaceful, and already living the miracle.”


I think that most of us are scared that if I’m happy and accept this moment as good, I won’t do anything to make my life better.

But is that true?

I’ve discovered that when I am happy, content, and at peace, I tend to pursue my calling, my life path, and my life mission. Everyone around me is more satisfied, and I get more things done with more ease.

What can you do right now to turn your life around?

The very first thing is to make a list of all the things you are grateful for. And the next thing is to keep doing it. I like to read inspirational books that keep my mood uplifted. Dr. Joe Vitale’s books are perfect for this, but I can not read while I crochet, so I listen to his audiobooks and courses.

Give thanks

Today’s post isn’t so much about crocheting.

It is more to get you inspired and to remind you of the ˝Thank you˝ part of the Thanksgiving day.

˝Heaven on Earth is a choice you must make, not a place you must find.˝ – Wayne Dyer

˝Deep at the center of my being there is an infinite well of gratitude. I now allow this gratitude to fill my heart, my body, my mind, my consciousness, my very being. This gratitude radiates out from me in all directions, touching everything in my world, and returns to me as more to be grateful for. The more gratitude I feel, the more I am aware that the supply is endless.˝ – Louise Hay

All the patterns in the pictures are from TLBpatterns (Two Little Birds Patterns). I am so impressed by their shop and their designs. The crochet patterns come with the graph as well as a detailed picture tutorial for tapestry crochet if you are unfamiliar with this crochet technique.

I love the story behind the TLBpatterns shop.

The founder is Emily, a devoted wife and stay at home mom of two fun little girls (Two Little Birds).

In her description, she says she feels so grateful every day for the life she was given. It has been the greatest joy to raise her girls and see them grow with beautiful, independent, and fierce spirits! Nothing compares to being their mom, and although they challenge her daily, her world is better with them in it.

She then goes on that she is infinitely inspired by her children. She is inspired by kindness and genuine, authentic people. She is also inspired by the strength she sees in others, by creativity, achieving her goals and personal growth.

I love that. It is fantastic to read designers’ stories; they fill me with so much joy and creatives. I can feel their passion for the craft and the love for life.


I hope that you enjoyed the patterns I found. Make something unique for a special friend, or something warm and cozy for yourself.

Emily’s designs are a great reminder to see the world through a child’s eyes, to be kind and authentic, to strive for personal growth, and to be creative!

Maybe you, too, will be an inspiration for someone! Because you know, you can not change others, you can only change yourself and inspire others with your improvement.

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Inspirational Thanksgiving patterns

Thank you for reading.

Enjoy Crocheting!

Have a beautiful day.


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12 thoughts on “Thanksgiving crochet patterns – Time to be thankul.

  1. All of these look amazing Katja. Thank you for showcasing all of them. I think thankful is my favorite and we always have one of these in our home for the Thanksgiving. Last year it was greatful and I think this year we are going to got thankful pattern. Just to make it a little bit more special.

    I really enjoy your posts, because they always bring so many beautiful memories.

    1. Thank you for your comment. I am glad you enjoyed my post. I would love to see your crochet creations. You can share them with me on my Facebook page.

      Have a nice day.

        1. Hi. Thank you for your patience. If I understand you correctly you have bought a pattern through Etsy, and you are not able to download it? Here is the article that tells you how to do it:
          And if you still will not be able to download it, please, contact the shop owner through Etsy, and she will send it to you. This is not my pattern, so I can not send it to you.

  2. For one to be truly thankful, we must look inward and see the good in all. We must appreciate the moment that we live in and what breeds goodness out of the moment and how our life is being structured close to perfection even if everything is not going on well. Wow! This is very great and I appreciate this crotchet patterns used to tag grateful. I am grateful for my life and for all around me

    1. Thank you very much for your comment. I agree. It all starts inward. I am also grateful for all around me.

      Have a beautiful day.

  3. Thankful to you for sharing this post here. Being thankful Connors us appreciating all that we have and as a means of gratitude, we express thanks. It could be to others or ourselves and that is why I fancy this More. Just like you, I always perform more when I am happy than when I am just trying not to be happy so I can chase more. I have learnt to appreciate the little I have been blessed with in anticipation for more that is yet to cone. Thank you

    1. Thank you. It is all in the mindset; that is why we need to work on it daily. It really helps to have reminders. I am glad you like my post.

      Have a beautiful day.

  4. It’s true that you tend to work towards your goals more when you’re content and at peace. I find it hard to focus on things when I’m not. Being thankful not only makes you think of reasons to be content, but it can sometimes remind you of the goals that you’ve already achieved. 

    1. That is true. I try to be thankful every day for something new. It gets harder and harder to think of new things. But I think it is a good practice because you notice more beautiful things around you. Thank you for your comment.

      Have a beautiful day.

  5. Great pieces of artwork there and thanks for sharing. I went to the site and browsed for more crochets, I’m actually impressed. I plan to share the link to my mother which happened to be one of my friends on Facebook. I recall this is one of her childhood passion and she was hailed in her hometown as the best in crocheting. This will rekindle her passion and may actually inspire her to once again try crocheting at the age of 72.

    1. Thank you so much for your comment. I would be fascinated if my post inspired your mother to start crocheting again. If she does, will you, please, share it with me on my Facebook page? I would really appreciate it. Thank you.

      I wish you both a beautiful day.

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