Whenever I think of Christmas, all of those iconic characters from Christmas classics come to mind!
I was crafting with my mom and we started brainstorming all of the possibilities available when making gnomes. There are just SO many cute cute gnomes out there.
I took up the challenge and decided to make some themed gnomes of my own. I hope you enjoy!
I just simply couldn’t resist making these guys!
This big green guy can be made using the basic Christmas Gnome Pattern and tutorial. He is a size X-Large and stands about 10.5 inches tall without his hat. I added a sherpa binding to the edge of the hat and a bit of fur around the entire body, rather than just the beard.
This little lady was super fun! I made the small size.
I really enjoyed decorating this one as well as making the hair. It took four tries to figure it out, but I was really happy with the results!
I really enjoyed styling the hair. All the little braids were time consuming, but I love the end result!
I also really liked adding decorations, such as buttons and pearls.
Of course, these two would not be complete without their furry friend!
This little pup was actually super quick to make and I absolutely adore how he turned out. I used minky to give him that furry look 🙂 And a pipe cleaner is the antler.
- Poly Pellets
- Wooden Bead or Pom pom for Nose
- Coordinating Thread
- Green Santa
- Green Fur
- Red Velvet
- Green Body Fabric
- Sherpa for trim
- Pom pom for Hat
- Little Girl
- Yarn (Hair)
- Felt or Fabric (Body)
- Decorative Overlay (Optional)
- Felt (Collar)
- Felt (Upper body under hair)
- Tiny Buttons (Optional)
- Pearl Trim (Optional)
- Little Dog
- Light Brown Fabric (Body – I used minky)
- Dark Brown Fabric (Ears – I used minky)
- Red Embroidery floss
- Pipe Cleaner (Antler – I used yellow)
Visit my Christmas Gnome Page for more pattern options
DETAILED VIDEO INSTRUCTIONS – LITTLE GIRL
DETAILED VIDEO INSTRUCTIONS – DOG
DETAILED VIDEO INSTRUCTIONS – CLASSIC GNOME