These cute crochet gnome ornaments feature simple construction and festive crochet plaid color work. Make them with tweed yarn for an extra rustic feel. Perfect to adorn your own tree or to make as an ornament gift exchange!
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I truly didn’t set out to only do gnome patterns this year for Plaid Week ( I only got one other one published my Gnome Wine Cover). I just sort of started working on a few projects from my editorial calendar, soon realizing I would only be able to get one, maybe two done, and since these were the most manageable designs, they ended up being the published patterns for this year!

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They turned out quite adorable. I grappled with the decision of adding arms to them, but when choosing between the two looks, I decided I prefer the simplicity of these.

I am also beyond thrilled I had the perfect yarns for this project. I am a sucker for tweed during the fall, and Wool of Andes Tweed has the perfect colors for both the black & white and red color ways. That’s actually sometimes tricky to find in one yarn line!


What you need:
– 3.75 mm Hook
– 1 ball each of Wool of Andes Tweed in Garnet Heather, Gingham Heather, Wellies Heather, Down Heather, and Flagstone Heather
1 Ball of Skein Tones (for nose) 
Fluffy white or gray yarn
– Polyfil
– Hot Glue Gun 

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


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  1. Love those little gnomes! Thank you for sharing your pattern. I wonder how many gnomes can you make out of those set of yarns?