New Generation Gnomes

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New Generation Gnomes Pattern

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Knitting: New Generation Gnomes
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Knitting

Type:

Toy

Item:

Doll/Doll Clothing

Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • This pattern is suitable for a beginner with no complicated stitches or shaping.

Pattern Description:

It is three years since the little gnomes found themselves without a home. In that three years they have settled down in my garden and a new generation has appeared, they are more colourful - almost psychedelic - and now come in three different heights and shapes.

Standing 5, 7, and 9 inches high, these little gnomes are knitted flat using DK and Fun fur or eyelash yarns.

The clearly written pattern is easy to follow. They are a very quick knit and ideal for mascots, charity knits and teacher's presents.

Materials needed
For each gnome you will need:
Less than 25g of fun fur or eyelash yarn in the colour of your choice.
Less than 10g of DK/8 ply/11 WPI in flesh for nose and hands
Less than 25g in the colour of your choice for hats and feet
Scrap of green and yellow for hat flower.
A pair of 3.25mm/UK 10/US 3 needles
Fibrefill
Twig (optional)
2.05 crochet hook (optional)

Gauge:

Gauge is not important

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Made in 5, 7 and 9 inch versions

Materials:

  • Please see main description

About Designer

About Designer

phoeny on craftsy.com

I am an independent designer of knitted toys. I have been designing since 2009.
I love to design the unusual, fantasy creatures and long forgotten children's toys are also a favourite.
I have spent a lifetime of crafting, from painting and sketching through to running my own ceramic studio, I am never without a project of some kind or another on the go - and quite often more than a couple at ...

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