Festive Free Amigurumi Gnome Patterns

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Would you like to make great gifts for friends and family? Then you are in the right place because here we’ve got some super cute free crochet gnome patterns. An adorable gnome is one of the most accessible amigurumi patterns, but there are more decorative versions, too. 

The best thing is that these cute gnomes fit every occasion. There are Christmas gnomes, Valentine’s Day gnomes, or fall-themed ones. A simple gnome crochet pattern is easily customizable, which makes it a perfect gift idea.

Grab your crochet hook and try these easy crochet patterns. Learn basic amigurumi techniques in the process – working in the round, single crochet, or magic ring.

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Free Crochet Amigurumi gnome Pattern Ideas

Easter Bunny Gnome

Tidzhen Gyuldzhu is really spoiling us with cute gnome crochet patterns. It’s time for an Easter edition of this iconic character, and we must admit – we absolutely adore it! Make this charming crocheted gnome to add a whimsical touch to your Easter decorations or treat your loved ones with an adorable gift. With clear instructions, you can bring this cute guy to life in no time!

Level: upper beginner Author: Tidzhen Gyuldzhu

An amigurumi bunny wearing a flower hat.

photos by Tidzhen Gyuldzhu / ravelry.com

Find this pattern on passionatecrafter.com, or read more on ravelry.com.

Puppy Gnomes

Who will resist these charming looks? We bet they are ready to steal the hearts of young and adults alike! Create your own pair of adorable Puppy Gnomes with Meg Stiles’ crochet pattern. The extra-thick velvety yarn makes them incredibly soft and cuddly. Whether used as a kid’s toy, nursery decoration, or charity donation, these crocheted puppies will bring smiles to everyone around!

Level: intermediate Author: Meg Stiles

Two pictures of amigurumi gnome stuffed animals.

photos by Meg Stiles / ravelry.com

Find this pattern on ravelry.com.

Queen Bee Gnome

Is it a bee or a gnome? It’s both – Jen came up with a fantastic idea of combining the character of a queen bee with the characteristic shape of a gnome. As you can see, what covers these gnomes’ eyes is not the classic pointy hat, but a great crochet crown! Such an amigurumi family will be a stunning gift for your loved ones.

Level: intermediate Author: Jen Hayes

crochet gnome toy in the shape of a queen bee

photo by Jen Hayes / ravelry.com

Find this pattern on jenhayescreations.com, or read more on ravelry.com.

Pumpkin gnome

This amigurumi gnome from Passionatecraft2 has a hat, but… it’s squished by the pumpkins! Carrying such a weight on the head is not easy, but this pal does everything he can to keep the balance.

Beginner crocheters, this project will be a fabulous challenge for you. Learn how to create basic amigurumi shapes and combine them together to make a toy.

Level: upper beginner  Author: passionatecraft2

gnome amigurumi toy with pumpkin hat

photo by passionatecraft2 / ravelry.com

Find this pattern on passionatecrafter.com, or read more on ravelry.com.

Graham the Mini Gnome

This last-minute easy amigurumi project is a dream come true. Grab some leftover yarn ends and use them to crochet gnomes – one, two, or more! Certainly, the beard is a must-have for a gnome, but you don’t have to make it with special materials. When in need, grab your most fuzzy yarn and comb it to achieve the right texture.

Level: beginner Author: Theresa’s Crochet Shop

two crochet amigurumi gnome toys

photo by Theresa’s Crochet Shop / theresascrochetshop.com

Find a video tutorial on youtube.com.

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