Crochet this fun St. Patrick’s Day gnome to bring some magic, luck, and greenery to your celebration! You can use this gnome as an applique, ornament, wall hanging, or in any other way you can think of.
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Crochet Scandinavian gnomes have become very popular to crochet. Following this trend, I decided to create my own version of the gnome using a heart-shaped theme.
I designed my Christmas gnome and Valentine’s Day gnome from heart-shaped elements. The hat, beard and body of my gnomes are made in the shape of hearts.
For my St. Patrick’s gnome, I used the same pattern as for the Valentine’s Day gnome. This crochet St. Patrick’s Day Gnome consists of a hat, beard, body, and nose that are crocheted separately and then sewn together.
I made three Gnomes – a Gnome with a pot of gold, one with a shamrock, and one with beer. For embellishment, I used various St. Patrick’s themed decorative buttons.
If you are looking for more St. Patrick’s Day crochet patterns, check out these patterns on the Etsy website!
Crochet St. Patrick’s Day Gnome and Leprechaun
You can PIN this crochet St. Patrick’s Day Gnome to your Pinterest boards for later HERE.
This crochet Gnome is about 4-3/4”.
Knit Picks Curio cotton thread #3 for the Nose.
Hooks and other materials:
- Crochet hook 7/4.5 mm
- Crochet hook 1/2.75 mm
- Yarn needle
- Sewing needle
- Matching sewing threads
- Decorative buttons. I like to buy buttons on the Etsy website, some of my favorites can be found HERE.
To make this Gnome, you will need to crochet a hat, beard, body, and nose and then sew them together.
For my St’ Patrick’s gnome, I used the same pattern as for the Valentine’s Day gnome. Free pattern can be found on this website HERE.
The pattern for the crochet Valentine’s Day Gnome is also available as a print-friendly, styled, and advertisement-free PDF file. You can get it from my Etsy shop.
I hope you enjoyed my crochet St. Patrick’s Day Gnome!