Garden Gnome Santa Wizard amigurumi FROG

from Crochet by Darleen Hopkins

Garden Gnome Santa Wizard amigurumi FROG Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Doll/Doll Clothing

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • sls = slip stitch
  • sc = single crochet
  • magic ring/circle
  • invisible decrease (Invisible decrease should only be done when the right side is facing. Insert hook under front loop of first stitch. Insert hook under front loop of second stitch. Yarn over, pull through two loops on hook, yarn over and pull though last two loops on hook.)
  • reverse slip stitch (without turning work, sls from left to right.)
  • US standard crochet terms

Pattern Description:

Originally designed for my son who is obessed with Garden Gnomes. Easy no sew pattern worked in a continuous spiral of single crochet. Good use of leftover scrap yarn-even uses on old sock!

BONUS: Now every purchased Crochet by Darleen Hopkins pattern comes with the Crazy Frog Hat! The Crazy Frog pattern has been added to the Mr.Gnome.pdf. Learn more about him here:

Please note, this pattern is copyrighted and may not be reproduced or redistributed. Completed gnome may be sold but please credit Darleen Hopkins as the designer. If selling online, a link to my shop is appreciated.


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Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Approx. 9 inches


  • H/8 (5.00 mm) hook
  • G/6 (4.25mm) hook
  • I/9 (5.5mm) hook
  • Any worsted weight yarn
  • For Gnome-red, blue, black, cream, white
  • For Santa-red, black, white
  • For Wizard-black, purple, silver/gray

You Will Also Need:

  • Small round black beads for eyes
  • stitch marker
  • yarn needle
  • poly stuffing
  • Old sock without holes in toe or scrap fabric
  • Small pebbles or plastic beads

About Designer

About Designer

DarleenHopkins on

I've been crocheting for a number of years now. I started out to find something to keep my hands busy while watching TV-better than snacking. I very quickly became addicted. When I found myself altering patterns I decided it was time to start designing my own. I began crocheting children's hats for Halos of Hope in 2010. They are a great organization that sends soft hats to chemo centers ...

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