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Felt Gnome Ornament

By: Amanda A from frostingandglue.com
Updated September 23, 2022
Felt Gnome Ornament
Felt Gnome Ornament

"Create a lasting craft that you will be proud of for years to come with this adorable Felt Gnome Ornament. Though this craft is better suited to older children, you can definitely involve little ones by having them choose colors and even help stuff the gnome near the end! The holiday season always makes us giddy and we hope it does for you too! With only felt fabrics, cotton or scrap felt pieces, wooden beads, a needle, thread, fabric glue, pencil, and fabric scissors you can create a memorable Christmas tree ornament! "

Primary TechniqueFabric Crafts

Advanced

Materials List

  • Felt Fabrics
  • Cotton or scrap felt pieces
  • Wooden Bead
  • Needle
  • Thread
  • Fabric Glue
  • Pencil
  • Fabric Scissors

Instructions

  1. Start by selecting the felt fabrics for the gnome ornament. For this tutorial, I picked out a white piece, a dark brown piece, a tan piece, and a red piece. Once you have selected your felt pieces, trace the template patterns onto them. The template includes a gnome base layout, hat, shirt, shoes, beard, and mustache.

  2. Let’s start by stitching the snowflake pattern on the hat cutout. Start by placing your knot on the underside of the center of the snowflake. From there, stitch the 6 arms off from the center.

  3. Join every 2 center arms by stitching an arrowhead pattern between them. This will form a 6-point star pattern

  4. Now, stitch the 6 outer arms of the snowflake to complete the pattern. Draw the needle to the backside of the hat, tie a knot or 2, and cut off extra thread.

  5. Place the mustache near the top-middle part of the beard cutout and then place the beard near the top-middle part of the shirt cutout. Stitch the top side of the mustache along with the beard and the shirt cut out and join them together.

  6. Place the shoe cutouts on the bottom side of the base layout by slightly overlapping them with the base.

  7. Place the body pattern (beard-mustache-shirt) on the bottom side of the base layout. Prepare the needle with a thread matching the felt of the shirt and stitch around the outer side of the shirt pattern.

  8. Place the hat pattern on the top side of the base layout and this will cover the top side of the mustache and the beard slightly. Now, stitch around the outer side of the hat and join it with the base layout. Keep a small opening to stuff the felt gnome pattern.

  9. Use cotton or scrap felt to stuff the gnome pattern. After stuffing the felt gnome pattern, stitch to close the open end.

  10. Cut a small wooden bead into half and use fabric glue to attach the half-cut bead right below the middle of the hat, on top of the mustache. Use glue to close the bottom side of the hat or stitch it closed, whichever you prefer.

  11. Cut out a small piece of ribbon and form a loop with it. Attach the ribbon loop on the backside of the felt gnome with fabric glue to complete the ornament craft.

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