If you love gingerbread-themed decorations, make this charming crochet Gingerbread Gnome Garland for your holiday décor. Use it for your Christmas tree, or hang it on the wall, window, door, or mantel.
For this crochet gnome garland I’ve used my previously designed pattern for the crochet heart gnome Christmas ornament. You will find the link to the pattern below in the Pattern I used section.
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All my gnome-themed crochet designs can be found under the tag Gnome.
Crochet garlands are easy to make and perfect to add unique handmade décor to your home. Garlands are wonderful easy projects that can be made using crochet appliques.
You may also like these crochet garlands designed by me: crochet Angel garland, crochet Gingerbread Heart garland, crochet Strawberry garland, crochet Graduation garland, crochet Bee and Ladybug gnome garland, and crochet Christmas garland made from mixed appliques.
I hope you will enjoy this crochet gingerbread gnome garland and get inspired to make your own!
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Crochet cotton thread size 3 for the nose
Hook and other materials:
Beads of your choice
Buttons. I like to buy buttons on Etsy. Here are the buttons I used:
Garland is about 60”long. Gnome is about 5” tall.
Pattern I used:
For this crochet gingerbread gnome garland I used the following free pattern:
The video tutorial for the heart gnome is available on my YouTube channel HERE.
How to Make Gingerbread Gnome Christmas Garland
1. Make gingerbread gnomes, block all the pieces as necessary. Embellish gnome caps with snowflake buttons, beads, etc.
2. For my garland, I’ve made seven gnomes. You can always make your garland shorter or longer and adjust the number of pieces as needed.
3. Making a garland.
Crochet a chain. The length of the chain depends on how long you want your garland to be. My chain is about 60” long.
Leave on each end about 5-7 inches for tying the garland, then arrange the pieces.
Using a sewing needle and matching thread, carefully sew each gnome to the string. That’s it! Your crochet gingerbread gnome garland is complete!