crochet squares for Thanksgiving

5 Festive & Free Thanksgiving Square Crochet Patterns

With Thanksgiving around the corner, we’ve curated a collection of square designs from talented crocheters that’ll make your holiday decor extra cozy. These square patterns range in skill level from beginner to the more advanced, but all are perfect for the Thanksgiving holiday!

Take a look below to find some of the best free Thanksgiving square crochet patterns!

Thanksgiving Crochet Squares

Crochet Your Way Through Thanksgiving

In this guide, we’ll dive into why you’ll want to crochet a Thanksgiving square, the kinds of materials you’ll need, and a roundup of designer squares from me and fellow crocheters. Plus, we’ll talk about all the awesome stuff you can do with your finished squares!

Why Crochet a Thanksgiving Square?

There are many reasons to crochet a Thanksgiving square, but a few of my favorite reasons why are below.

  1. Unique Decor: Imagine showing off your dining table with coasters, pot holders, or a runner that YOU made, at your Thanksgiving table. Trust me, it’s a conversation starter.
  2. Personal Touch: Store-bought decorations are fine, but nothing says “home” like something you’ve crocheted yourself.
  3. Gift Idea: A hand-crocheted Thanksgiving square makes for a thoughtful gift for friends and family.
  4. Because You Want To: And finally, you can crochet one just because you feel like crocheting! Which is my personal favorite reason why!

Materials You’ll Want

Below are a few of the supplies or tools you may need to crochet a Thanksgiving square. Make sure to look over the pattern you do pick to make sure of the exact materials you’ll need for that particular square design.


  • Cotton yarns for coasters and table decor.
  • Wool or acrylic yarn for wall hangings or quilts.


  • A 4 mm-5 mm hook is generally good for tighter stitches, but you will find patterns that use bigger hooks. Always check the pattern for the correct crochet hook size needed.
  • Larger hooks for a looser square and for patterns that require bulkier yarn.

Extra Tools:

  • Scissors for cutting the yarn ends of the squares.
  • Darning Needle (aka yarn needle) to weave in those pesky ends. Definitely not my favorite part.

Stitch Markers:

  • Handy for tracking your place in some square patterns, especially if there is an intricate design to work.

What to Do With Your Squares

  1. Coasters: Practical and cute. Use cotton yarn so they’re absorbent, plus they are an easy way to decorate for Thanksgiving.
  2. Wall Art: Frame your square or attach multiple for a more intricate Fall design.
  3. Table Runner: Join multiple squares to run the length of your table. Totally a showstopper!
  4. Pillows: Two large squares can make a decorative pillowcase or throw pillow for your couch.
  5. Pot Holders: Make a big square, and you’ve got a kitchen helper that’s both pretty and functional.

Related: If you love crocheting items with granny squares, then take a look at our curated collection of crochet square table runners.

A Collection of Crochet Squares for Thanksgiving

With Thanksgiving around the corner, we’ve curated a collection of square designs from talented crocheters that’ll make your holiday decor extra cozy this year. So, if you’ve always wanted to learn how to crochet a Thanksgiving square, then now is your chance! Enjoy!

1. Autumn Leaves Square by Repeat Crafter Me

Image courtesy of Repeat Crafter Me

This square has a leaf crocheted right into them, thanks to a clever use of stitches. These leaf squares look especially vivid when different color leaves are paired together, which makes them perfect for celebrating Thanksgiving!


Main Stitches Used: Double Crochet, Half Double Crochet, Single Crochet

Where to Find: Check out Repeat Crafter Me’s website for the full pattern.

2. Turkey Time Square by Wiams Crafts

Image courtesy of Wiams Crafts

Do you want to make a crochet turkey? If so, then you’ll love this design. This square has a cute turkey in the center made with a curly cue gobbler to give it a 3D effect. Make a few and stitch them together to create a one of a kind table runner for Thanksgiving.


  • Brown, red, orange, white, and yellow yarn
  • 3 mm crochet hook

Main Stitches Used: Double Crochet, Half Double Crochet, Triple Crochet

Where to Find: This pattern is a Wiams Crafts exclusive. Don’t miss it!

3. Pumpkin Square by This is Crochet

crochet pumpkin

This square celebrates everyone’s (well….almost everyone) favorite fall flavor: pumpkin spice. An orange pumpkin is highlighted on a cream background and is a perfect piece to add to your Fall and Thanksgiving decor.


Stitches Used: Double Crochet, Half Double Crochet, Single Crochet

Where to Find: Head over to the pattern (this one is my design!) for a full photo tutorial.

4. Gobble Till You Wobble Square by Chain 8 Designs

Image courtesy of Chain 8 Designs

If you like simple but still awesome, then this square’s for you. It uses tapestry crochet to spell out “Gobble Till You Wobble” on a neutral background, which makes it pop. It is 18x 18 inches, which is the perfect size for a pillow.


Stitches Used: Bobble

Where to Find: The pattern is available on Chain 8 Designs Website.

5. Cornucopia Corner Square by Darlene Swaim

Image courtesy of Darlene Swaim

This square has a cornucopia in one corner, spilling out fruits and veggies, all done with buttons and easy crochet stitches, which is perfect for Thanksgiving!


  • Yellow, brown yarn
  • 4.5 mm and 5 mm crochet hook
  • Buttons in various colors and sizes

Stitches Used: Single Crochet, Half Double Crochet

Where to Find: Check out Darlene Swaim Ravelry for the free pattern.

Whether you pick one or try them all, these Thanksgiving squares are perfect for adding that special touch to your Thanksgiving celebrations.

There you go. Whether you’re crocheting a single square or going all out with a patchwork of different designs, you’re in for a treat. Happy Thanksgiving and happy crocheting.

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