Thanksgiving Turkey Applique Block

Thanksgiving Turkey Applique Block

HELLO MR. TURKEY – (Sung to “If You’re Happy and You Know It)
Hello Mr. Turkey how are you? – (wave)
Hello Mr. Turkey how are you? – (wave)
With a gobble, gobble, gobble, – (make hand a gobbling beak)
And a waddle, waddle, waddle, – (squat down and shake your bum – kids LOVE this part)
Hello, Mr. Turkey how are you? – wave

Need I say more?

Introducing our Thanksgiving Turkey Applique Block. This applique was made to fit a 6″ x 6” block but it can be enlarged or reduced to meet your needs. The pattern for our Thanksgiving Turkey can be found HERE or with our FREE appliques. Enjoy! Or “Gobble!” in turkey.

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  1. This is a fun one. I think I will make some little pillows to give as gifts.
    Thank you for such wonderful patterns.


  2. I swear I just blinked! Weren’t you just mentioning this? And now it’s made AND posted?!

    Do you sleep? Can you share your secrets for your ability to get so much done in such a little time?

    And boy is this adorable! Hopefully I can finish my sweater soon (the one I’m crocheting and started like two months ago) so I can try my hand at making this guy. I’ll admit though, I’m thinking I might have to get out the ink pads and try a few thumbprint turkeys…just for for. 🙂


    1. I laughed when I saw this. I think she was sooo quick on the turn around with this one because she is itching to get into Christmas crafts full swing but needed to feel like she gave Thanksgiving its due. LOL… I’ll bet you she’s off decking the halls right now… guilt free. 😉

    2. Sleep??? I’m a little confused. What’s that? No, seriously, I just never stop moving. If I don’t have something in my hands, I’m drumming my fingers on the table or kicking my foot or chomping gum and driving everyone around me crazy! Far better for me to be doing something constructive like crafting 🙂 And, if you make some thumb print turkeys, I want to see them!!!

  3. Hmmm, maybe Kimara and Michelle are fairies! They create such beautiful things in the wink of an eye! :)Let the magic live on girls!

  4. How lovely! I’ll make it for this Thanksgiving and add it to my table decoration. Thanks!

  5. you guys are unbelievably generous.. I love this turkey! I was looking for a felt turkey to make a broach out of for all the ladies that come to thanksgiving dinner at my house.. this is perfect.. I just reduced it down to 70%.. thanks a bunch!!

  6. Thank you so much for this pattern. THis is my very first felt project and it turned out awesome. I am so thrilled with it — am sewing it on my little guy’s shirt for his first thanksgiving. LOVE it.

    1. YAY! How very exciting. We’d love to see a photo when you are done… on the little guy! Isn’t it a wonderful feeling being able to create things for those we love? Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family!

      1. Of course! But he is only a few months old and he is a spitting-up fool, so he isn’t allowed to even try it on until Thanksgiving afternoon. So it’ll be a few days before I can post it. In the meantime:

        1. Adorable! When you get the little guy in it, I’ll link on Facebook. Very impressive for a "New Sewer" 🙂

  7. Thanks for sharing the cute turkey pattern.

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