This fun little pattern was inspired from my Garden Fairy Flower Pot Doll. This was my original concept for a Gnome Doll, but then when I went to create it, I decided to mirror it after my other dolls. After making my Garden Gnome Toadstool Doll, though, I thought this pocket size one that I had envisioned to begin with would be super adorable. So I had to make it, too.
Every whimsical, fun loving Garden Fairy needs a cute little Gnome as her friend. He is a fun Garden Gnome that can turn into a Toadstool Mushroom and hide amongst the garden with his fairy friends.
- Approx. 20-25 yds of worsted weight yarn in skin color.
(I used Hobby Lobby’s I love this Cotton! in Antique Cream)
- worsted weight yarn in a color for the shirt
- worsted weight yarn in a color for the pants
- worsted weight yarn in a 1-2 colors for the mushroom
- worsted weight yarn in a few colors for accents
- small amount of embroidery floss for smile.
- Size G (4.0mm) Crochet Hook
- Yarn Needle
- Stitch Marker
- 6mm safety eyes
Stitches in this pattern:
Doll – 4 ½” tall when standing (with the hat)
Gauge: 6 sts x 6 rows = 1” x 1”
Gauge is less important in this type of project.
❤❤♡♡ – Advanced Beginner
|ch(s) = Chain(s)
sp(s) = space(s)
st(s) = stitch(es)
sl st = Slip Stitch
sk = Skip
sc = Single Crochet
sc dec = Single Crochet Decrease
|hdc = Half Double Crochet
dc = Double Crochet
blo = Back Loop Only
flo = Front Loop Only
RS = Right Side
WS = Wrong Side
FO = Finish Off
|MC – Magic Circle|
Examples from Testers:
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