These cute crochet woodland ornaments add some rustic woodsy charm to your Christmas tree! The pattern includes a cute gnome, an acorn, and a sweet mushroom! Keep scrolling to get the gnome pattern for free!
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This holiday season, I hopped on an online yard sale page and saw a beautiful used faux tree, and decided to put 2 trees in my house this year.

I didn’t grow up with 2 trees. In fact, we were after the Griswold tradition of traipsing across the mountain to find the perfect tree to cut and bring home. Luckily for us, my dad is not an idiot, and the tree was always cut using the proper tools and sized appropriately for our house.

But this year I had the idea to have my tree with all my crochet ideas, and another tree for the kids to let their Christmas spirit run wild without my pesky annoyance of nagging that all the ornaments are clumped in one spot. Win-win!


Next year I intend to have a “theme” for my tree, but this year it’s a hodgepodge of mostly handmade crochet ornaments, and since there are a few, but not many, I needed to add more to my collection.
This pattern pack includes three designs, one for a cute macrame-vibing gnome, one for a cute little acorn, and another for a mushroom.
The mushroom has been on my list for a while, but it seemed silly to write up a whole pattern design with just 3/4 of a page of instructions, so I wanted to add 2 more designs to the pattern.

I had a pixie shaped mushroom (I am sure there is a botanical name for it) but I couldn’t get it polished in time, so perhaps it will make an appearance next year!


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Faux Macrame Crochet Gnome Ornament – FREE Crochet Ornament

What you need: 
– 7mm hook/6mm Hook
– Worsted Weight Yarn
– Bulky Weight Yarn
– Chunky Wooden Bead
Darning Needle
– Small length of contrasting yarn or string

Abbreviations: US Terms
Ch – chain
Sc – Single Crochet
Dc – Double Crochet
Sl st – Slip Stitch
St – stitch


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(Keep scrolling for the FREE Gnome Ornament)

1. Use Bulky Yarn and 7mm Hook
Begin with a magic ring.
Ch 2. Work 12 dc into ring. Join with a sl st.
(12 sts)
Tie off.

To make the beard, cut 6 lengths of yarn. Fold each in half, pull the middle through any stitch on your circle.

The pull the two ends through the loop.
Repeat until you have 6 total pieces of fringe.

Cut a length of the same yarn you used to make the face. Thread a darning needle, and push up through the center hole of your circle, through your wood bead, and down near the bottom of the circle.

Tie a firm knot on the back of the circle to keep bead sewn in place.

Fray the yarn used to make the fringe to make it fuller and bushier. 

Begin with a ch 20. Join with 1st ch, forming a loop.

1. – 5. 
Ch 2. Dc in each st around. Join with a sl st. (20 sts)

Ch 1. Sc in each st around. Join with a sl st. (20 sts)
Tie off.

Thread your darning needle with worsted weight yarn of contrasting color.
Sew in and out along the bottom of row 5. 

Cinch tight, tie a firm knot, and a decorative bow.
Clip ends. 

Glue the hat in place on the face with discreet dots of glue on the back, as well as a dot at the top of the nose. 

Did you give these crochet ornaments a try? Please share with me on Instagram or in our Facebook Group! I would love to see!!


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  1. Oh Beth! These are the cutest!
    I made a few and they are so easy and quick.
    Thanks so much for the pattern
    Cheryl Benedick