Large Gnomes for Little Hands – Part 3

Large Gnomes for Little Hands – Part 3

Part 1 can be found HERE.
Part 2 can be found HERE.

Here are the last two gnomes in our Big Gnomes for Little Hands series. For instructions on how to make these “big guys”, check out the tutorial HERE. The actual pattern for our Lavendar Gnome and our Apple Gnome can be found HERE.






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  1. I love all the gnomes in your big gnomes series but I especially love the lavendar gnome. Didn’t you make a hat using that stitch a long time ago? I remember loving it then but I couldn’t find it. Welcome home! Sorry about the dead horse thing, gross!

    1. Ah, yes. We love the handkerchef bandana around here! And the stitch, the bullion, is so much fun to make, just requires a little practice.

  2. Great project! I just wanted to let you know that we featured this project on our Facebook page with over 17,000 fans. Weu2019d love it if youu2019d use our Featured Blogger button, available at: Our audience loved the project and we look forward to sharing more from you. Please let us know if you have any questions or projects youu2019d love us to feature! Thanks!

    1. Thanks so much. It's always exciting when people share our crafts on their site.

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