Crochet Gnome Crochet Patterns

Holiday Crochet Gnome Patterns

Gnomes have been such a popular trend for the last few years. Holiday crochet gnome patterns are all over the place but they tend to focus on Christmas. This year I decided to create a holiday gnome for all the holidays!

In this post, you will find additional patterns that work with the original crochet garden gnome pattern to create fun themed holiday gnomes.

Why Holiday Crochet Gnomes?

Why not? I just love the Christmas holiday crochet gnomes that were popular last year and I cherished my Garden Gnome Couple pattern. Why should Christmas get all the gnome love? I whipped up a St. Patricks day gnome and the Winding Road Crochet Facebook Group just loved it. At that point, I started brainstorming gnomes for all the holidays.

What holiday gnome would you like to see me make? Let me know in the comments below.

Crochet a cute amigurumi gnome with a fun holiday crochet gnome  pattern plus the original garden gnome couple.

Where is the Crochet Gnome Pattern?

So this post is a continuation of the Garden Gnome Couple post. You will find the pointy hat, body, feet, arms, and beard pattern located on the original pattern page. Below you will find all the additional patterns and notes so that you can modify the original pattern to make the holiday crochet gnome variations.

So far I have created the St. Patrick’s Day Gnome, and the Easter Bunny Crochet Gnome. More gnomes will be released 2-4 weeks before that holiday arrives in 2020.

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Holiday Crochet Gnome Pattern

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Easter Bunny Holiday Crochet Gnome

Easter Bunny Crochet Gnome

Additional Pattern Notes:
– Make the Gnome Body in a fun Easter Color
– Make 2 Gnome Feet in the same color as the body.
– Make one Gnome Foot in white for the bunny tail.
– Make two Gnome Arms with skin tone color and the color to match the body.
– Make the beard in whatever color you prefer. (I chose grey for this Gnome and braided his beard.
-Make a nose in the skin tone.
– The additional patterns below include the bunny ears and the modifications made to the original pointy hat.

Bunny Ears

White Outer Ear (Make 2)

CH9
Row 1: HDC in third CH from hook, HDC in next 5 CH. (2SC, CH2, 2SC) into next CH. Working down the other side of the CH. HDC into the opposite next 6 CH.
Fasten off leaving a long tail to attach to the hat.

Pink Inner Ear (Make 2)

CH6
Row 1: SC in 2nd CH from hook. SC in next 4 CH.
Fasten off leaving a long tail to sew the inner ear to the outer ear.

Modified Gnome Hat

Work rows 1-28 the same as the original Gnome Hat.
For the Colors work rows 1-4, 7-8, 11-12, 15-16, 19-20 in an accent Easter color and all remaining rows in the body color.

Row 29: SC in next 18 STs, CH3, Skip 3 STS, SC in next 3 STS, CH3, Skip 3 STS, SC in next 18 STS. (45)

Row 30: SC in next 14 STs, 2Sc in next ST, SC in next 3 STs, 3SC in CH3 Space, SC in next 3 STs, 3SC in CH3 Space, SC in next 2 STs, 2 SC in next ST. SC in next 14 STs, 2 SC in next ST. (48)

Row 31:  SC in next 48 STs. (48)

Row 32: *SC in next 15 STs, 2SC in next ST,* repeat from *to* a total of 3 times. (51)

Fasten off leaving a long tail to sew the hat to the body.

Assembling Instructions

Feel free to sew all the pieces together, I actually used hot glue since these will be purely decorative in my home.

  • Attach the feet, bunny tail and arms first.
  • Attach the beard and then the nose.
  • Sew the inner bunny ear to the outer bunny ear. Slip the bunny ears into the holes created in the gnome hat and secure with the yarn tails we left when fastening off.
  • Sew the hat to the body of the gnome.
  • Stuff all the parts before sewing them together.

Your Easter bunny gnome is complete and ready to be showed off.

St. Patrick's Day Holiday Crochet Gnome

St. Patrick’s Day Crochet Gnome

Additional Pattern Notes:
– Make the Gnome Body in green.
– Make 2 Gnome Feet in black or dark brown.
– Make two Gnome Arms with skin tone color and the color to match the body.
– Make the beard in orange or red.
– Make a nose in the skin tone.
– The additional patterns below include the Gnome Top Hat and the four-leaf clover.

Leprechaun Gnome Hat

Using Green,
Work 6 SC into a Magic Circle.

Row 1: *Work 2 SC into the next ST* repeat from *to* a total of 6 times. (12)

Row 2: *SC into next ST, Work 2 SC in next ST* repeat from *to* a total of 6 times. (18)

Row 3: *SC into next 2 STs, Work 2 SC into next ST* repeat from *to* a total of 6 times. (24)

Row 4: *SC into next 3 STs, Work 2 SC into next ST* repeat from *to* a total of 6 times. (30)

Row 5: *SC into next 4 STs, Work 2 SC into next ST* repeat from *to* a total of 6 times. (36)

Row 6: SC in Back loops only of the next 36 STS.

Row 7-13: SC in next 36 STs.

Change color to Yellow.

Row 14-16: SC in next 36 STs.

Change color to Green.

Row 17: *SC into next 5 STs, Work 2 SC into next ST* repeat from *to* a total of 6 times. (42)

Row 18: *SC into next 6 STs, Work 2 SC into next ST* repeat from *to* a total of 6 times. (48)

Row 19: *SC into next 7 STs, Work 2 SC into next ST* repeat from *to* a total of 6 times. (54)

Row 20: *SC into next 8 STs, Work 2 SC into next ST* repeat from *to* a total of 6 times. (60)

Row 21: SLST to the next 2 STS. Fasten off and weave in your ends.

St. Patrick's Day Holiday Crochet Gnome

Four Leaf Clover

We will be using a brighter green. The clover is worked into a Magic Circle and only consists of one row.

Row 1: Working into a Magic Circle, *SC, CH2, DC, CH2* repeat from *to* a total of 4 times.

This creates your four leaves.

To Create a stem, CH4, SLST into the 2nd CH from the hook and the next 2 CH. SLST to the first single crochet. Fasten off leaving a long tail.

Pull your Magic Circle closed and use the long yarn end to sew to the hat.

Assembling Instructions

Feel free to sew all the pieces together, I actually used hot glue since these will be purely decorative in my home.

  • Attach the feet, and arms first.
  • Attach the beard and then the nose.
  • Sew the four-leaf clover to the hat.
  • Sew the hat to the body of the gnome.
  • Stuff all the parts before sewing them together.

Your St. Patrick’s Day gnome is complete and ready to be showed off.

Place the hat on your gnomes head (it should be the last thing you attach) and carefully sew it in place. Your Leprechaun gnome is complete.

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