The November applique design in Benita Skinner‘s Words of Inspiration & Celebration series is Thanks — timely in the USA and meaningful no matter where you live. Get the free download from Victoriana Quilt Designs.…

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(1) HEIDI from gazette94
(2) Un bouquet de roses from Le blog de 7 à la maison
(3) Fleur de coton from le blog petitsoleils
(4) Un truc biscornu from les loisirs abbygaelle
(5) QUILT SQUARES SPRING (two designs) from

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pieThis adorable holiday stitchery is called Eat Pie. (Ms. Turkey appears to be encouraging us to indulge in pie rather than Thanksgiving poultry!) The chart is free from VeeandCo Cross Stitch Designs. Get the chart.…

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thanks(left) Thanksgiving Turkey Applique Block from Wee Folk Art

(right) Bok bok from Plum Street Samplers

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thanks(1) Give Thanks from The Stitcherhood
(2) Turkey from Mary Corbet of Needle ‘n’ Thread

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mosaic(1) Cross- and backstitch heart from haft krzy?ykowy galeria prac oraz moich projektów
(2) Scorpio from le blog petitsoleils
(3) Blue/green biscornu from Angie Designer
(4) Pink/green biscornu from Angie Designer
(5) Pensée from les loisirs abbygaelle
(6) Butterfly from

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cornuMelissa of Elemental Stitches has put together a nice long list of free Thanksgiving embroidery patterns and charts. Yea! Thanks, Melissa! See the list.…

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mosaic(1) Halloween pup from Peticlar Fashions (via Tricia-Rennea)
(2) Jack-o-lantern and cider line art from Tricia-Rennea
(3) Trick or Treat from Two-Handed Stitcher
(4) Jolie rencontre from Les chroniques de Frimousse
(5) Thanksgiving characters from Connie G. Barwick of About.com

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mosaic(1) Tree for applique and/or embroidery from Heather Hale Designs.
(2) C’est l’automne from gazette94.
(3) Bonjour l’automne from Les chroniques de Frimousse.
(4) Three Pumpkins and a Squash from Connie G. Barwick of About.com.
(5) …

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turkeyJanet Stauffacher of Nostalgic NeedleART is sharing this Thanksgiving crazy-quilt block. She says,

Print this block directly onto computer printer fabric with your inkjet printer, then use it as the foundation for your crazy quilt block with the center image

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