Love this pattern. Bought it long timme ago, and I have made several for charity, friends children and grand children. Guess I have reached no. 52. take a look at my blog:http://strikkeleg.blogspot.com/Jette
I can't wait to give this a try! These will be so fun for our little ones. Thank you so much for sharing!
Thank you so much for sharing this pattern. A gnome is the perfect quick project in between bigger projects! Of course I couldn't resist making a Santa Gnome for my 15 month old...http://i497.photobucket.com/albums/rr334/SKADI_photos/santagnome.jpg
I also bought this pattern years ago but never made a gnome until recently. They are so adorable! I made one for each of my kids for Christmas this year, you can see photos on my blog: http://yogurtandgranola.blogspot.com/2010/01/fo-report-christmas-gnomes.html Thanks for sharing the pattern for everyone!
Love it! Thank you! I blogged mine, too. http://sunflowermom.blogspot.com/2010/01/how-about-knitting-update.html
I have been searching for this pattern for AGES - thank you so much for sharing this xxx
Thanks for sharing - I can't wait to make my own!
Thank you for this pattern. I see lots of little gnomes in my future:)
I have beenbusy knitting gnomes and getting over my surgery.http://www.flickr.com/photos/8303850@N04/4310852283/Jane , Lovealittle xxx
I've looked at these a million times... okay, exaggerating... but I've looked at them a lot :) I'm going to knit some for Easter basket tuck ins. Thanks. I'll be linking.
Just complete my first attmept, picture here:http://ourunschooledfamily.blogspot.com/2010/03/finding-joy.htmlThank you so much for sharing :)BlessingsGina x
Hello,Thanks for share this pattern.I'm making one and then possibly more.
Thank you so much for this pattern! Just tried it out; it's sweet and easy.
Thank you so much for sharing this adorable, simple pattern. I used it for my first knitting project in over 20 years! Our gnome is here: http://dayswithdaniel.wordpress.com/2010/07/07/relearning-to-knit/My son loves him.
These are SO cute! Thanks for sharing the pattern!
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I consider this blog very interesting, most of all because i would like to lean kniting, i think is a good activity that i can practice in my free time. In fact now i will have a lot of free time for me, because i will get a house throw costa rica homes for sale and i really liked the style that i chose.
Thank you so much for posting this! My son loves Gnome Buddy. I can't wait to make some to give away for Christmas. :)
very cute! thanks for sharing.
thank you so much! I'm going to give this a go.
I was just wondering if there were directions for how and where to attach the arms? This is my first attempt and I got stuck on this step!!
Adorable! Thanks for the pattern.I'll be making some of these for holiday ornaments.HELP! I think the directions for attaching the arms are missing.
I made this last year & couldn't remember where I got the pattern. My boys love them! I should post the pics on ravelry & I must say thank you for sharing this pattern!
Looking forward to give this a try, thanks for sharing!warmly,christina
Just wanted to add another THANK YOU to your comments here... I finished up my first knitted gnome yesterday evening. What a delight! I look forward to knitting more. http://peakmoreacademy.blogspot.com/2010/12/nother-knitted-project-done-side-note.html
These are so cute!!!! I want to knit an army!!
These guys are cute! I'm gonna make lots of them with the brown sheep yarn i got from the carders. Maybe 2 big ones and one small gnome per set - it's actually a great gift idea!It's like you can make stuffed toys from your wools and yarn. This little guys would look great on my Christmas tree next year too - using green and red yarns of course.
You have all the time great ideas!!!
These are so adorable!! I can't wait to try knitting one. Thanks so much for sharing this pattern. :)
How do you attach the arms? Just sew them on? Very cute!
Thank you for sharing this pattern! It was such a joy to knit and I'm going to have my little sister who is just learning to knit give it a try. For now, my youngest sister is enjoying it very much! She laughed and laughed at his hat when I gave it to her! :) Pictures here: http://lundkids.blogspot.com/2011/08/happy-2-12-birthday-donna.htmlLove,Mary
Hello! Thanks for sharing this great pattern! I made (many) gnomes, and dedicated a post to them on my international lifestyle/design/etc. blog, Americana and the UK.Check out the post! and the pictures! and I included a nice lil' link to send more folks your way :) http://americanaandtheuk.blogspot.com/2011/08/maturing-is-for-cheese-and-wine.html
Great post! Keep it up the good work and also keep posting.
How do the arms assembled to the body?
Thank you so much for your pattern. It's such a fun and quick project to make. I love it.
Hello, I've just made a rainbow of gnomes based on your pattern - thank you! http://happywhimsicalhearts.blogspot.com.au/2012/01/over-rainbowof-gnomes.html warmly, Kelly
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I was looking for a gnome pattern and found yours...thank you so much!! My grandbabies will love this!!
Tonya, thank you for sharing this pattern. I just finished my very first knitted toy and your pattern made me want to knit more toys and not just gnome babies! No wonder knitting toys are so much fun!
Tonya, thank you for sharing this pattern! I just finished my very first knitted toy and now I want to knit more toys and not just your gnome baby! Now I know why knitters and crocheters get addicted to knitting toys! Photos posted on link below:http://ravel.me/booktalknmore/bg
My daughter, 13, is planning to knit gnome families for her younger siblings. She wanted to know if she could have permission to sell gnomes as well. Thanks so much for sharing the pattern!www.burroughstribe.com
These are a perfect fast and super cute gift..im going to up size by using 10mm needles and yarn held double to make a cuddle size one for the baby..so cute have subscribed to your blog its so refreshing and simple xx
these are so cute. I am featuring them on the at play blog tomorrow (friday, may 3rd) www.atplayonline.com I hope you'll stop by Megan
I love your gnomes. I made these last year, but I lost your site for awhile. And I found it again today. I can show you my gnomes in my Etsy store. I don't sell gnomes but they are my photo prop and they are very good at there job :) Here is the link: https://www.etsy.com/listing/209142113/knit-christmas-stocking-pattern-with?ref=shop_home_active_1 I want to thank you for making this pattern free and I subscribed too by the way :)
Thank you for sharing this. I am hoping my daughter who just learned to knit will make some for my Operation Christmas Child shoe box gifts -- the little ones would LOVE these!
Aww I love them - thank you for sharing this pattern.I cant wait to get started on a few for my God-daughter!Angie xxx
Hi Tonya, Just a little message to tell you i have translated in french your lovely pattern. You can find it here : http://www.chantdesfees.fr/2015/02/25/mignons-petits-gnomes-tricotes/Of course, my translation make the link to your website and pattern.Thank you for your gift :-)