Crochet these cute little Gnome husband and wife and they will care for your garden and keep you company in the spring and summer. They make a great gift for anyone who like gardening and the whimsical themes that go with it. These gnomes use basic amigurumi techniques and make a quick project. You can customize how you make their facial hair and other features easily. make a set of garden gnomes for your home today.
Spring time! Betty bee is gardening, mindfully watering her precious flowers with love and good vibes for the future pollen collection. Garderning is believing in tomorrow. Bees are hope for tomorrow's world. A super joyful amigurumi pattern to make when come Spring and Summer, accessible to beginners + to intermediate crochet lovers. Detailed pattern with step by step pictures. The Bee itself is worked only with single crochet, which makes it a great project for beginners. The flowers and leaves have more complex stitches such as dc, hdc, tr (but remain accessible!).
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The festive season isn’t complete without these little crochet gnomes to watch over and join in the fun with you. The cute Christmas crochet gnome pattern is super simple, beginner friendly and great for yarn stash busting. Add a little button nose and a fluffy beard and you're done! Go for a traditional Scandi Christmas crochet Santa or jazz them up and make them unique for this years Elf on the Shelf, the choice is yours. Worked in the amigurumi crochet method, in both UK and US crochet terms.
When we are discussion all about gnomes, its worthy to mention that a quick and easy project has a significant advantage over others in that it is accessible to crocheters of all levels. Thus, this star - or Christmas tree-shaped gnome is 8 (20 cm) tall and is made using very simple techniques.
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Summer is finally here and the strawberries are filling up the garden. Among them I found this sweet little strawberry gnome. Crocheted out of 4-ply cotton, with yellow seed beads added to represent the seeds and his dress slipped over a recycled cork, this project really does say summer. The two flowers that he has stuck in his hat, just add that extra little bit of cuteness. This is a quick little project that will put a smile on someone's face when you top summer’s first bowl of strawberries with him.