Christmas Chef Gnome Sewing Pattern
You can make an heirloom quality Christmas chef gnome using the Chonky pattern. With or without arms, this gnome sewing pattern is just the perfect little gift or decor piece for the holidays.
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DIY Christmas Chef Gnome
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, I challenge myself with presenting you with never before seen gnomes. When I originally made this gnome, I was going to push out the pattern because it was just too cute.
But I cannot ask anyone to pay for something that doesn’t have a LOT of inspiration pieces. So, I set to work and made 6 more: a few more chef gnomes, a garden gnome, and even a curly-bearded, casual Santa. After a year, the pattern was finally good enough to release. Let’s get started.
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Tips for Making This Fun Christmas Gnome
- The Chonky gnome pattern is here and can be styled so many different ways. You can make this chef gnome with a belly or a booty; give him arms or keep him sleek, make a full or half apron, and more.
- I used a holiday baking flannel (from Joann’s craft store) as the outer fabric but because this is a BIG gnome, I used a white fleece to act as an interfacing. Just be sure to tack the fabrics together (I show you how in the full-length video tutorial).
- Mongolian fur is my favorite (in white or frosted gray) because it has a long, 3-inch pile. That said, you can use any faux fur or even brushed out yarn for your holiday gnome.
- Be sure to weight this guy exactly as the pattern calls out – he’s big and needs that big base to be solid.
- If you have any questions, please let me know. It took more than a year to get this gnome sewing pattern ready – I’m very proud of it, friends.
How Do I Make a Christmas Chef Gnome
Below is the written tutorial – please note this is a premium pattern and the tutorial is cursory. I do share the full length, detailed Christmas chef gnome video tutorial here (grab the pattern first).
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- No Sew Nordic Gnomes – Learn how to make these adorable holiday gnome cuties using just your hot glue gun!
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