A Fun and Festive Quilt for Thanksgiving

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Use the Center Block for Other Projects Too!

Mr. Turkey is running for the hills, making this humorous quilt perfect for Thanksgiving. Display it on a table or your wall for a fun touch for the holiday.

The body of the quilt is simple patchwork and a breeze to stitch up. The turkey can be applied with fusible applique.

Running Scared Thanskgiving Quilt

We can also imagine the center square with Mr. Turkey made into place mats or a table runner.

The pattern specifies pre-cut triangles (turnovers) but can be made from yardage and other pre-cuts found in your stash.

The pattern, by Sandy Gervais, is for a 44″ x 44″ quilt.

Click here to purchase the “Running Scared” quilt pattern.



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