I always make my Mother's Yeast Rolls for the Thanksgiving meal, and this year the tradition will continue. Using an old bread basket liner as a pattern, I made some Thanksgiving liners to use on the table this year. These took very little fabric and a short amount of time to whip up.
The liner is almost a square piece of fabric - 16 x 18 inches.
The sides were cut out forming 4 "arms" that fold in.
I bought a small piece of seasonal fabric and cut the turkey shapes out, then fused them on the "arms" of the liner. I also stitched around the shapes and zigzaged around the outer edge.
That was an easy project. The bread baskets are ready. Now I only have about 299 more things to do before next week.