This lovely crochet Valentine’s Day garland made of heart-shaped gnomes will make a beautiful handmade holiday decoration. This gnome garland will look great on the wall, window, door, or mantel.
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Previously, I designed a pattern for the Valentine’s Day gnome. But for this gnome garland I’ve decided to use the pattern for the crochet Christmas gnome instead. You will find the link to the pattern below in the Pattern I used section.
Crochet garlands are easy to make and perfect to add unique handmade decoration to your home. Garlands are great projects that can be made using crochet appliques.
You may also like my other gnome garlands – Gingerbread Gnome garland, Christmas Gnome garland, Bee Gnome garland; and Valentine’s Day garlands – Hearts and Snowflakes garland, Heart Snail garland, Heart Emoji garland.
You may also enjoy these Valentine’s Day crochet patterns: Valentine’s Day Snow Globe, Valentine’s Day Ornaments, Romantic Envelope Applique, Flamingo Love Crochet Wall Art, and Valentine’s Day Dog Bandana.
Valentine’s Day handmade cards embellished with crochet appliques can be found on this website: 21 DIY Valentine’s Day Cards.
If you are looking for more Valentine’s Day gift ideas, check out this gift guide on the Etsy website.
I hope you will enjoy this crochet Valentine’s Day gnome garland and get inspired to make your own!
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Yarn I used:
Sugar’n Cream medium weight #4 cotton yarn
Crochet cotton thread size 3 for the nose
This crochet Valentine’s Day gnome garland is about 60”long. The gnome is about 5 -1/2” tall.
Pattern I used:
For this crochet gingerbread gnome garland I used the following free pattern:
How to Make Gingerbread Gnome Christmas Garland
1. Make gnomes, block all the pieces as necessary. Embellish gnome caps with tiny heart buttons.
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.
2. 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, sew each gnome to the string. Your crochet gnome garland is complete!