Anniversary gnome- the groom and bride gnome pattern

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What is a bride without a groom? Finish your anniversary gnome pair with this adorable groom gnome. Continue reading for the free crochet pattern or buy the ad-free PDF pattern here.

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Anniversary gnome- the Groom gnome

Last month we shared the June bride gnome pattern with you and it is time for the groom to appear.

That adorable couple will make a unique gift for your friend’s wedding or your parent’s anniversary. You can easily customize them to fit the decorations or the venue itself.

How to customize your anniversary gnome?

This year we started a crochet gnome along and we share with you a new gnome pattern each month.

When I design a new gnome pattern I try to add something new. Whether it is a new stitch or a new crochet technique that will help you level up your crochet.

In this pattern, I will show you how to crochet a jacket. Yes, yes. The groom’s jacket is removable and you can crochet it for your other dolls as well.

How to make your your gnome unique?

First, use the colors that you think will fit the occasion. Change the tuxedo’s colors. Use the same colors for the hat’s belt and the flower that you used in the bride’s gnome’s dress.

You can also join our Facebook group and get inspired by all the creative gnomes made by some of our fellow crocheters.

Anniversary gnome- bride and groom gnome pattern free

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Crochet anniversary gnome pattern:

wedding gnome crochet pattern with bride and groom gnomes

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Anniversary gnome pattern overview:

The groom gnome is worked in one piece. We will start from the bottom and continue to hat.

Afterwards we will crochet the hands, nose and jacket. Once we are done we will make the beard and finish our gnome.

The gnome pattern is worked in continous rounds which means we will not join the rounds with a slip stitch once we reach the end. Just continue over the first stitch. Use stitch markers to indicate your first stitch!

Materials you’ll need:

– Worsted weight yarn- Yarn Bee Soft and Sleek 100% Acrylic, 5.0 oz/142 g, 232 yds/ 213 m solid
colors- black 40 gr, white 10gr, light grey 10gr (optional), a small amount of beige for the nose.
– crochet hook size 3.5mm/ US crochet hook size E
– Poly fiber fill for stuffing
– tapestry needle

Stitch abbreviation:

SC- single crochet

DC- double crochet

SS- slip stitch

CH- chain

Rep- repeat

Inc- increase

Dec- decrease

MR- magic ring

HDC- half double crochet

– repeat the stitches in the ** indicated times

FO- fasten off BLO- back loop only

Finished size: 14cm/ 5.5 inches

Crochet terms: US crochet terms

anniversary gnome- groom gnome with a tuxedo

Groom Gnome’s Body:

-with black color yarn

Rnd 1: Start with a MR, and make 6 SC into it, (6)

Rnd 2: 2 SC in each around, (12)

Rnd 3: *SC in first, inc 1* 6 times, (18)

Rnd 4: *SC in next, inc 1, SC in next* 6 times, (24)

Rnd 5: *SC in next 3, inc 1* 6 times, (30)

Rnd 6: *SC in next 2, inc 1, Sc in next 2* 6 times, (36)

Rnd 7: *SC in next 5, inc 1* 6 times, (42)

If you will insert cardboard for the base take your piece and place your base on it. Use a pen and mark a circle. Cut it into the size of your body’s base.

The next round is worked in BLO. Only the next round!

Rnd 8: *SC in next 13, inc 1* 3 times (45)

Rnd 9: *SC in next 7, inc 1, SC in next 7* 3 times (48)

Rnd 10-18: SC in each stitch around (48)

Switch to white color yarn

Rnd 19-23: SC in each stitch around (48)

Rnd 24: *SC in next 14, dec 1* 3 times (45)

Rnd 25: *dec 1, SC in next 13* 3 times (42)

Switch to black color and start filling the body.

Rnd 26: SC in each stitch around (42)

The next round is worked in BLO. Only round 27!

Rnd 27: SC in each stitch around (42)

Rnd 28-32: SC in each stitch around (42)

Start filling the body.

Rnd 33: *SC in next 12, dec 1* 3 times (39)

Rnd 34: *dec 1, SC in next 11 * 3 times (36)

Rnd 35: SC in each stitch around (36)

Rnd 36: *SC in next 4, dec 1* 6 times (30)

Rnd 37: *SC in next 3, dec 1* 6 times (24)

Rnd 38: *SC in next 2, dec 1* 6 times (18)

Rnd 39: *SC in next, dec 1* 6 times (12)

Rnd 40: *dec 1* 6 times (6)

FO. Close the gap with a needle.

Anniversary gnome’s hat brim:

-with black color yarn

Rnd 1: Insert your hook in any front loop of round 27 and pull a loop, SC in the same loop, SC in next, *SC in next 3, inc 1* rep around, SS to join (52)

Rnd 2:SC in each stitch around (52)

Rnd 3: SC in next 2, *SC in next 4, inc 1* rep around (62)

Rnd 4: SC in each stitch around (62) FO.

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Anniversary gnome’s hat’s belt

-with grey color

CH 43, SC in 2nd from hook, SC in each chain across. FO.

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Groom gnome’s nose:

-with beige color yarn

Rnd 1: Start with a MR and make 5 SC into it. (5)

Rnd 2: 2 SC in each stitch around (10)

Rnd 3: *SC in first, inc 1* 5 times (15)

Rnd 4-5: SC in each stitch around. FO. (15)

Groom gnome’s hands (make 2):

-with beige color

Rnd 1: Start with a MR and make 5 SC into it. (5)

Rnd 2: 2 SC in each stitch around (10)

Rnd 3-5: SC in each stitch around (10)

Switch to black color. Fasten off beige color.

Rnd 6-12: SC in each stitch around (10). FO.

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Groom gnome’s tuxedo jacket

-with black color

Row 1: CH 44, DC in 4th from hook, DC across (42)

Row 2: CH 2(count as first DC), turn, DC in the base of initial CH 2, DC in next 2, skip 5, DC in next , DC in next 25, skip 5, DC in next 2, 2 dc in turning ch (34)

Row 3: CH 2(count as DC), DC in the base of initial CH 2, DC in next 32, 2 DC in turning chain (36)

Row 4: CH 2(count as DC), DC in the base of initial CH 2, DC in next 34, 2 DC in turning chain (38)

Switch to grey color and fasten off black.

SS in each stitch around the jacket to outline it.

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Anniversary gnome’s beard(make it after you have sewn the nose onto the gnome):

-with grey color yarn

First, take an A4 notebook and wrap white yarn around the short side.

Second, make like 15-20 wraps for more bulky beard.

Third cut the wraps from one side and fold them. Afterthat, insert your hook in one stitch around the nose. Pull the yarn through the stitch and then take it off the hook. Take the opposite side of the yarn and insert it through the loop like a knot. Repeat that around the nose and cut it with sccissor to form it.

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Anniversary gnome’s mini bow tie

-with black color

CH 22, DC in 4th from your hook, DC in each stitch across. FO. Leave longer tail for sewing.

Fold both sied and sew them together, wrap the yarn around the middle to form the bow.

How to sew your crochet gnome together?

First, place and sew the nose right below the hat’s brim. Place it in the upper center.

Secondly, Make the beard as shown in the pictures above.

Third, Sew the hands on both sides. Leave 4-6 stitches between the beard and the hands.

Lastly, take the hat and sew the hat’s belt onto the base of the brim and hat.

Put the jacket on and use the mini bow tie to  tie the beard.

anniversary gnome- groom gnome with a tuxedo

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