Thanksgiving Turkey Projects

by Jennifer Heynen November 04, 2015 3 Comments

It's turkey week here at Jennifer Jangles! You'll need the turkey applique pattern and the baby bib pattern. Follow the instructions for the one ruffle bib, you can decide if you want a ruffle or not on your turkey bib.

 

After cutting out the bib pieces, applique the turkey on to the bib. Stitch it on and then continue with the bib instructions.

 Don't have a little one? How about a tea towel? The same turkey applique as the bib can be used on tea towels, t-shirts, and more.

Wait! there are still more turkeys!

 

Tom Turkey is a new PDF pattern just added to the shop this week. Is it just me or does he look a bit like Petunia?

 

 And this is a project from last year. You can find the Turkey Potholder pattern here.

Happy Thanksgiving!




Jennifer Heynen
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3 Responses

Carol West
Carol West

November 05, 2015

Hi Jennifer. This bib is adorable. I just had my first grandchild born July 23rd and this is perfect for her. I am having a wonderful time making things for this little doll baby, so I really appreciate the cute turkey applique on the bib. I look forward to making this for her to wear on Thanksgiving. Hope you have a wonderful holiday season. Carol

Terry Conner
Terry Conner

November 04, 2015

Cute! I better get on it because my grandson lives in Tampa and I live in Michigan!

Dianna Heisterhagen
Dianna Heisterhagen

November 04, 2015

Wonderful patterns, new to your site, don’t know where to look first! Snowman cute, but so is everything Christmas! Dianna

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