Gnome for the Holidays

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You’ll have such a great time tucking these gnomes into the little nooks and crannies of your house: nestled in a bookshelf, peeking out from behind an open door, hiding in amongst the holiday decorations… They make a wonderful and unexpected gift for a host too! Quick to make, even with all those little details, you will find yourself wanting to make more of these than you had planned- they are just so much fun! Click here to download the free pattern.

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7 Responses to “Gnome for the Holidays”

  1. Lisa

    Perfect little project! Just wondering if this will have subtitles/closed captions available after this live tutorial, so I can go back and review. Thank you so much.

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    • Customer Service

      Hi Lois!
      Yes- I almost never tie my yarn because it can be hard to hide the bump, and with my method, after weaving it in (in a couple different directions) it stays put. However, if you are used to doing it another way, that’s completely fine 😊. Everyone has their own methods that work best for them and that’s ok!

      Happy gnome making!!
      Brenda
      Creative Crochet Corner

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  2. Debbie Krenitsky

    These are absolutely adorable! Thank you for the video and pattern. I see a couple Xmas gifts in my future!

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  3. Susan

    I am unable to download the pattern for these adorable gnomes. I get : Access denied: You don’t have authorization to view this page. HTTP ERROR 403 Thanks so much for any advice you can provide.
    Hello Susan,

    The “403 error” would be server error with your internet connection has blocked your access. 403 error code means ‘unauthorized access’ and there are two broad cases where this can happen.

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    Sarah
    Creative Crochet Coerner

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