Gnome + Santa Doll

$ 6.50
With this adorable plush pattern you can sew your own super cute gnome doll! So much fun to make and cute to display, you'll want to start on him right away and make a whole family of gnomes or Christmas Santas. Felt palette makes one Santa and one Gnome. 

Detailed, easy to follow instructions guarantee that you will create a lovely finished product. Even if you've never stitched before, give this guy a try, you won' t regret it!

Included in this file are the patterns and instructions to make the 8 inch tall gnome pictured, as well as bonus easy mushroom instructions, and alternate Santa beards and holly patterns. Sew him in red and green for a perfect Christmas decoration! Gnome and Mushroom are free-standing and are adorable on a holiday mantle or shelf display.

Just print the pattern, then cut and stitch the felt pieces by hand. Read more how Little Dear uses tissue paper on our blog

Purchase coordinating felt and floss in the selection boxes above and purchase the rest of the supplies by following the links below:
  • Felt Palette 9x12" sheets in Peacock, Blue, Seaside, Pistachio, Moss, Peach and 12x18" sheets in Red and White. 
  • Floss Palette in coordinating colors of Peacock, Blue, Seaside, Pistachio, Moss, Peach, Red, White plus Aqua 3811, Salmon 352, Toast 436, and 898
  • Scissors Embroidery Needles 1/5 
  • Tissue Paper
  • Stick Pins 
  • Stuffing
About Little Dear

Aimee Ray has been an artist all her life. She is always working on something new and loves sharing her creations! Aimee is the designer behind ‘little dear,’ creating all kinds of felt sewing and hand embroidery patterns. She is also the author of the ‘Doodle Stitching’ series of hand embroidery books. You can see more of her work, and find lots of free embroidery and felt sewing tutorials at little-dear.com

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    This is a fun craft project to make, however, transferring the embroidery part of the pattern is challenging. It would have been better if the individual pieces had the embroidery marks on them. Even with the challenge, I have made two gnomes and two mushrooms. I wish the mushroom pattern had been included, not just wording on how to make it. They look very cute.

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    This is a fun craft project to make, however, transferring the embroidery part of the pattern is challenging. It would have been better if the individual pieces had the embroidery marks on them. Even with the challenge, I have made two gnomes and two mushrooms. I wish the mushroom pattern had been included, not just wording on how to make it. They look very cute.