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Todays daily new amigurumi free crochet pattern is Amigurumi Crochet Christmas Gnomes.
I want to give you some informations about this amigurumi free pattern ; Crochet Christmas Gnomes.
Let’s tie these funny guys – gnomes. And even the lady is a gnome. The knitting pattern is simple. If you knit quickly, you can easily make one or two of these gnomes in an evening. If attached with a string on top, they will be a great decoration for the Christmas tree. The author of the toy is Miss Neriss.
Translation: AmiguRoomFor work you will need:– yarn of red, gray, brown, white;
– rice: we are going to use rice as filler for the gnome’s body. If you knit loosely, it is better to pre-sew the rice into a nylon stocking, or take a smaller hook. The gnomes in the photo are crocheted 3 mm, you can take 2.5 mm.
– marker for marking the beginning of the row;
– a needle.
The toy is knitted in a spiral, like an amigurumi.
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CA – amigurumi ring
VP – air loop
Sbn – single crochet
Pr – increase
U – decrease
Amigurumi Crochet Christmas Gnomes
Brown or gray yarn.
1p: 6 sbn in spacecraft (6)
2p: (pr) x 6 times (= 12sbn)
3p: (pr, 1 sbn) x 6 times (18)
4p: (pr, 2 sbn) x 6 times (24)
5p : (pr, 3 sbn) x 6 times (30)
6p: (inc, 4 sbn) x 6 times (36)
7-18r: 36 sbn (36)
19r: (ub, 4 sbn) x 6 times (30)
20p: 30 sc 21r: (dec, 3 sc) x 6 times (24)
22r: (dec, 2 sc) x 6 times (18)
23r: (dec, 1 sc) x 6 times (12)
Fill the body with rice, you can make a paper funnel for convenience.
Place the rice in a nylon stocking if necessary.
24p: (ub) x 6 times (6)
Finish work, pull off the hole, hide the end of the thread.
1p: 6 sbn in spacecraft (6)
2-5r: 6 sc (6)
6r: (pr, 2 sc) x 2 times (8)
7-8r: 8 sc (8)
9r: (pr, 3 sc) x 2 times (10)
10-11r: 10 sbn (10)
12r: (pr, 4 sbn) x 2 times (12)
13-14r: 12 sbn15r: (pr, 3 sbn) x 3 times (15)
16-17r: 15 sbn (15)
18r: (pr, 4 sbn) x 3 times (18)
19-20r: 18 sbn (18)
21r: (pr , 5 sc) x 3 times (21)
22-23r: 21 sc (21)
24r: (pr, 6 sc) x 3 times (24)
25-26r: 24 sc (24)
27r: (pr, 7 sc) x 3 times (27)
28-29r: 27 sbn (27)
30r: (pr, 8 sbn) x 3 times (30)
31-32r: 30 sbn (30)
33r: (pr, 9 sbn) x 3 times ( 33)
34-35r: 33 sbn (33)
36r: (pr, 10 sbn) x 3 times (36)
37-38r: 36 sbn (36)
Finish the work, leave a thread of sufficient length to sew the cap.
1p: 6 sbn in spacecraft (6)2p: (pr) x 6 times (12)
3p: (ub) x 6 times (6)
Finish the work, leave a thread of sufficient length to sew the nose.
We make a fringe. Cut pieces of white yarn 8 cm long, pieces
40. Fold them in half, thread them through the loops on the 19th and 20th rows. We thread the yarn through 14 loops in the 19th row and through 12 loops in the 20th. Use a needle to separate the yarn, so it looks more like a beard.
Sew the nose under the beard at rows 18-19. The nose should be in the middle of the beard.
We sew the cap to the head. Pull it slightly over your body to hide the beard border under the cap, tuck it neatly over your nose. Sew on, hide the ends of the thread.
Alternatively, you can try making the body thicker and shorter. Or make a gnome lady (see photo below). Just don’t forget to change the colors of the yarn.