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Ribbon Turkey Tutorial

 I am always SO happy to be a guest on The Ribbon Retreat blog!
Today I am sharing a tutorial for a darling “Ribbon Turkey” to place on your little turkey’s onesie or T-shirt!
 Ribbon Turkey Tutorial - The Ribbon Retreat Blog

Ribbon Turkey Tutorial - The Ribbon Retreat Blog
All of my materials are from The Ribbon Retreat:
*1/4 yard of Hooty Hoot, Brown Hoot Dots flannel
*T-shirt or onesie
Print pattern below, or trace your own turkey ‘body’.

Ribbon Turkey Tutorial - The Ribbon Retreat Blog
Ribbon Turkey Tutorial - The Ribbon Retreat Blog
Ribbon Turkey Tutorial - The Ribbon Retreat Blog

Ribbon Turkey Tutorial - The Ribbon Retreat Blog
Ribbon Turkey Tutorial - The Ribbon Retreat Blog

Ribbon Turkey Tutorial - The Ribbon Retreat Blog

Ribbon Turkey Tutorial - The Ribbon Retreat Blog

Ribbon Turkey Tutorial - The Ribbon Retreat Blog

Ribbon Turkey Tutorial - The Ribbon Retreat Blog
 If you are placing your Ribbon Turkey on the back, there is no need for a turkey ‘face’, since it’s like looking at the back view of a turkey.  
I opted to put my turkey on the Center Front, so I added a simple face.

Ribbon Turkey Tutorial - The Ribbon Retreat Blog

Ribbon Turkey Tutorial - The Ribbon Retreat Blog
 Once you pin your turkey in place & are ready to sew it onto the actual onesie,
 I recommend using a basting stitch.  
This allows you to easily remove the ‘turkey’ after Thanksgiving;
 your onesie is left unscathed!
Keep the turkey to baste onto a bigger T-shirt for the NEXT Thanksgiving!

Ribbon Turkey Tutorial - The Ribbon Retreat Blog

Ribbon Turkey Tutorial - The Ribbon Retreat Blog

Ribbon Turkey Tutorial - The Ribbon Retreat Blog
 Your Turkey Ribbon shirt is ready for your own tiny ‘turkey’!
This will be perfect for the weeks leading up to Thanksgiving!

Ribbon Turkey Tutorial - The Ribbon Retreat Blog
The directions for a matching Turkey Ribbon Pin are basically the same.

Ribbon Turkey Tutorial - The Ribbon Retreat Blog
 Use the pattern provided to cut your fabric.
Cut 3″ pieces of ribbon, instead of 6″.
Because of the tiny loops, I found it helpful to stitch my layers of ribbon 
before sandwiching all materials together.

Ribbon Turkey Tutorial - The Ribbon Retreat Blog

Ribbon Turkey Tutorial - The Ribbon Retreat Blog
I think this pin would look great affixed to your favorite fluffy scarf!
It would be a perfect project to use your ribbon scraps for too!
I hope all of you will enjoy a very Happy Thanksgiving shared with your loved ones!


Thank you Janica! This ribbon turkey is adorable, and your little turkey is super super cute! 🙂
This little shirt is perfect for your upcoming yummy, yummy dinner and the pin makes you festive as well. You could also make the pin for teachers, friends, or neighbors too, as a little “Thank you” or “I am grateful for you” gift! Thank you Janica for sharing your incredible talent and cute little model with us today! For more fun and festive crafts by Janica, visit her blog, JaniJo.

What a fun way to celebrate the yummiest holiday of the year, by wearing such adorable attire. Your little ones will be the cutest turkeys around. The Ribbon Retreat has all of the ribbon, ric rac, and fabric you will need to create this adorable turkey shirt and pin. You have plenty of time…hurry and grab your supplies today! 🙂

If you loved this terrific little turkey shirt, you will also LOVE these other festive Thanksgiving tutorials…

Turkey Ribbon Sculpture Tutorial
Turkey Applique Shirt and Skirt Tutorial
Hats for Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving Turkey Bow

What are you wearing to your Thanksgiving feast?

Happy Creating and Happy Turkey Attire!
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