I have a few wall hangings for this holiday and for the Autumn season though I haven't made any throw pillows with a Thanksgiving theme.
My favorite is this Liz Turner Diehl sampler complete with beading and specialty stitching. It replaces my Halloween poem wall hanging in the living room. I am particularly pleased with the hardware I found for this: the finials are acorns.
I also have two lovely little Fall framed pieces that I set up on easels on the bookcase shelf and on my entry table. But apparently, I put them away so carefully last year that I can't find them this year. I will, of course, continue to look but for the life of me, I don't know where they can be. [You can see one of the easels in the shot of the Thanksgiving tree above, sadly empty, waiting till I find the proper piece for it.]
And, of course I have my Homespun Elegance Sheepish designs, also displayed on my bookcase. The idea is to change out the "blanket" each month with another appropriate seasonal design.
I try to add an ornament a year to each of my trees, until I manage to fill all the little hooks on the wrought iron tree. It pleases me to stitch a small ornament chart for each season as it rolls around. It keeps me in a celebratory mood. Since this one was a bit of a disappointment, I may try to stitch another Thanksgiving ornament during the month, probably one from the Prairie Schooler chart with round ornaments for every month of the year.
In addition, each year I tend to concentrate on a particularly bare seasonal tree and stitch three or four ornaments for the selected season. In 2014, I worked on hearts for my anniversary & Valentine's Day tree. In 2015, I will be working on Easter ornaments. Here's where the Better Homes and Gardens 2001 Cross Stitch Designs comes in quite handy. It has pages and pages of small seasonal designs. The only thing I dislike about the charts is that they are done in little blocks of color instead of in black & white symbols. It takes a bit of deciphering since some colors are so close to others. But that is a minor irritation; on the whole, the book is a great resource.