This squishy farmhouse gnome pattern is perfect for a just-the-right-size gnome! You will be amazed at how quickly it comes together and with a little trick!
Farmhouse Gnome Pattern
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, I have the BEST time making gnomes and sharing how I create them. Seriously, it’s more than just the cutie on the shelf, it’s the process of putting one together and making a little guy with love. So, when I had the idea for a simple farmhouse gnome with a curved hat, I knew exactly what I was going to do!
I loved making this sweet little gnome with his super fuzzy hat – it’s just so squishy and soft! But it’s more than that. It’s the little tied gloves on the wrist and his little booties. If you want your own, let’s get started.
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Tips to Make This Gnome Sewing Pattern
First, start by snagging the easy pattern for the gnome sewing pattern here. It’s a versatile pattern that can make a cute gnome to fit any situation. Plus, it’s just too darn cute!
If you’re anything like me and would rather not cut all the pieces to make your farmhouse gnomes with scissors, but you do have a handy cutting machine, grab the pattern with cut files for Cricut or Silhouette here. Perfect for saving time by batching out the cutting when you’re making several gnomes at the same time! Note: do not use the cutting machines for the plush fur – it will clog up your works.
One of my favorite things about making this particular gnome pattern is the flexibility. Sure, the selection of fabrics and materials gives you oodles of options, but this pattern has the option to either make it into a bunny gnome like the one here, make a traditional gnome like this 4th of July gnome, or even make the curved hat without a wire like I did in this tutorial.
There are all sorts of options for making this fun gnome so uniquely your own!
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How Do I Make this Farmhouse Gnome Pattern?
I’m so glad you asked. Below is our written tutorial and the full farmhouse gnome video tutorial is here on YouTube.
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- Cozy Gnome Pattern – This best-selling gnome pattern is perfect for using as a base to make SO MANY fun and easy gnomes that go with any decorating theme!
- Perfect Sock Gnome in Just Minutes – This guy comes together quickly and is absolutely adorable.
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