For the occasion, I made this festive banner, which, even more importantly, used up a lot of my excess dreidel fabric:
here.) Thanksgivvukah also inspired me to crochet a flock of turkey menorahs, and now I don't know what to do with my extras. (Free pattern on the bottom of this page.)
Another golden oldie: This quilt is called "Nine of Anything," because I used nine things cut from novelty fabrics to make custom menorahs (aka hanukiot).
And, of course, an Elvis menorah, memorializing his little-known but bona fide Jewish heritage.
A couple of hand stitches with blue embroidery thread at the bottom of each candle flame creates a little realism. The words to "Rock of Ages" are freemotion stitched into the background.
These are fun to make, and don't take long if you just want to make a single menorah. Pick a novelty fabric, put fusible web on the back, cut out nine things, arrange them artistically on a background, press, then zig-zag all the way around everything! And try not to think about turkeys. Whoops, I'm sorry I said that.