Gobble Gobble by Sandy Gervais for Moda Fabrics is a fun collection with a panel and companion prints in all of our favorite fall colors. The panel’s main feature is a turkey with a sign encouraging others to Eat More Pie! Nine six-inch blocks depict the traditional symbols of Thanksgiving: pumpkins, acorns, corn, fall leaves, a turkey, and a gourd.
Florals are modern Jacobean in style with vibrant reds, greens, golds, and browns. Patterns include flowers, pumpkins, dots, stripes, marbles, and leaves in colorways of walnut, wheat, squash, red maple, and pumpkin.
The panel is perfect for making a table runner and companion wall hanging. A number of patterns have been designed by Pieces From My Heart using this fabric collection.
If you like Gobble Gobble, you’ll love Essence, another Sandy Gervais collection by Moda. The floral designs and colors are similar in style to that of Gobble Gobble, with a modern twist. Both fabric lines could be used together.
A panel of circular floral vignettes is complemented by colorways of creams, teals, and purples. Multi-colored prints are joined by tone-on-tone leaves, plaids, and wide, color-washed brush strokes.
Benartex Thanksgiving Fabrics: Autumn Abundance
Autumn Abundance is a new collection combining fall favorites in saturated colors. Pumpkins and sunflowers, tone-on-tone textured plaids, medallions, acorns, and a split stripe combining all of the above provide for many combinations.
The border stripe would be ideal for place mats, table runners, or borders for a wall hanging or table topper.
Red Rooster Thanksgiving Fabrics: Harvest Town
Suitable for framing, Harvest Town incorporates Jacqueline Paton’s stencilscape technique in the collection by Red Rooster Fabrics. Beautiful watercolor landscapes are produced by using freezer paper stencils and Paintsticks®.
Initially, the design is traced on freezer paper, numbered, cut out, and ironed back in place on fabric. They are peeled off and painted in numerical order. Harvest Town is Paton’s second fabric line using her stencilscape technique.
A panel features four placemat-sized farm depictions of fall’s harvest: corn, apples, acorns, and pumpkins. The line is complemented with an adorable sheep border stripe, daisies, plaids, pumpkins, stripes, crackles, and dots.
A free pattern is available from Red Rooster for making a table topper, table runner, and placemats using the Harvest Town line.
If it is possible to make the Thanksgiving meal any better, it could only be with the addition of festive table linens and accents sewn up from these harvest-themed Moda, Benartex, and Red Rooster fabrics. Don’t have time to make them this year? Buy the fabric now while it is still available and get an early start on sewing Thanksgiving decor for next year!