The newest addition to our gnome collection is the first crochet flower garden gnome pattern. This daisy spring gnome pattern is the perfect gift for Mother’s Day as well. Scroll down to find the free crochet pattern and all the information such as stitches, yarn, written instructions,
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When I started this crochet gnome along I didn’t know how addictive it could get. Believe me, I know now! When I start a new design I always try to come up with something new to add so you can learn a new skill every time and improve your crochet!
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Crochet spring flower garden gnomes collection:
With the end of March and all the holiday gnomes, it is time to make something that we can enjoy all through the year and not only on specific occasions. Therefore, I made the Spring flower collection.
If you follow us for some time you will know that I can’t just end with only one variation though. Therefore the crochet spring gnome collection will include 4 different flower gnomes.
The first crochet flower gnome is the Daisy gnome! These crochet gnomes are a bit smaller than the previous ones. After seeing all your lovely creations with different yarns in our Facebook group I decided to experiment as well.
In this Spring flowers collection, you will find the crochet Rose gnome, The Daisy gnome, The Sunflower gnome, and the Snowdrop flower gnome patterns.
How to customize your Daisy flower spring gnome?
You can start by changing the colors of your gnome. Maybe add braids instead of a beard and you will have a new she-gnome. Check out our previous gnomes for some inspiration. You can check Valentine’s Day gnomes or the St Patrick’s Day gnome patterns.
You can add some more flowers or more leaves to your gnome.
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Daisy flower crochet gnome pattern:
– Worsted weight yarn- Yarn Bee Soft and Sleek solids 100% Acrylic, 5.0 oz/142 g, 232 yds/ 212 m
colors-light mint 30-40 gr, light yellow 10 gr, white 20 gr, 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
-a piece of cardboard (not necessary)
The finished size of the gnome is 16cm
SC- single crochet
DC- double crochet
SS- slip stitch
MR- magic ring
HDC- half double crochet
– repeat the stitches in the ** indicated times
FO- fasten off BLO- back loop only
The pattern is written in US crochet terms.
The pattern is worked in one piece. We start from the base and work it up to the hat.
The pattern is worked in continuous rounds. Do not join your rounds.
If you use a different weight of yarn, keep in mind that your gnome will turn out bigger or smaller.
If you are crocheting loosely, use a smaller hook so your work will be tighter and the stuffing won’t be visible.
When stuffing the body- stuff it well, so it will stay in shape, but don’t overdo it. You can still insert cardboard in the base to make it flat but it will stay still without it as well.
If you are making amigurumi for the first time or you are a beginner you can check our free guide with 5 tips and tricks that will help you out a lot.- 5 tips you must know for amigurumi.
Spring Gnome’s Body:
-with light mint 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 each stitch around (42)
Rnd 9: *SC in next 13, inc 1* 3 times (45)
Rnd 10: *inc 1, SC in next 14* 3 times (48)
Rnd 11-22: SC in each stitch around (48)
Rnd 23: *SC in next 14, dec 1* 3 times (45)
Rnd 24: *dec 1, SC in next 13* 3 times (42)
Switch to light yellow color and start filling the body.
Rnd 25: SC in each stitch around (42)
The next round is worked in BLO. Only round 26!
Rnd 26: SC in each stitch around (42)
Rnd 27: SC in each stitch around (42)
switch to white color
Rnd 28-36: SC in each stitch around (42)
Rnd 37: *SC in next 12, dec 1* 3 times (39)
Rnd 38: *SC in next 11, dec 1* 3 times (36)
Rnd 39: *SC in next 4, dec 1* 6 times (30)
Rnd 40: *SC in next 3, dec 1* 6 times (24)
Rnd 41: *SC in next 2, dec 1* 6 times (18)
Rnd 42: *SC in next, dec 1* 6 times (12)
Rnd 43: *dec 1* 6 times (6)
FO. Close the gap with a needle.
Spring gnome’s hat:
Rnd 1: Insert your hook in any front loop of round 26 and pull a loop, SC in the same loop, SC in next, *SC in next 3, inc 1* rep around (52)
Rnd 2: SC in each stitch around (52)
Rnd 3: SC in next 4, *SC in next 7, inc 1* 6 times (58)
Rnd 4-5: SC in each stitch around (58)
-with white color yarn
Rnd 1: Start with a MR and make 6 SC into it (6)
Rnd 2: SC in each stitch around (6)
Rnd 3: *inc 1* 6 times (12)
Rnd 4: *inc 1, SC in next 5 * 2 times (14)
Rnd 5: * SC in first, inc 1, sc in next 5 * 2 times (16)
Rnd 6: * SC in next 2, inc 1, SC in next 5* 2 times (18)
Rnd 7: *SC in next 3, inc 1, SC in next 5* 2 times (20)
Rnd 8: *SC in next 4, inc 1, SC in next 5* 2 times (22)
Rnd 9-12: SC in each stitch around (22)
Rnd 13: *SC in next 2, dec 1* 5 times, SC in next 2 (17)
Daisy gnome’s hands:
-start with white color
Rnd 1: Start with a MR and make 5 SC into it. (5)
Rnd 2: *inc 1* 5 times (10)
Rnd 3-5: SC in each stitch around (10)
Switch to light mint color
Rnd 6-12: SC in each stitch around (10)
Daisy Gnome’s Nose:
-with beige color
Rnd 1: Start with a MR and make 6 SC into it (6)
Rnd 2: *inc 1 * 6 times (12)
Rnd 3: *SC 1, inc 1 * 6 times (18)
Rnd 4-5: SC in each stitch around (18)
Rnd 6: * SC 4, dec 1 * 3 times (15)
Crochet Daisy applique pattern:
-with yellow color yarn
Rnd 1: Start with a MR and make 11 DC into it, SS to join in 2nd ch of initial ch-2.
Switch to white color
Rnd 2: *CH 9, HDC in 3rd ch from hook, HDC in next 5, SC in last, SS in BLO of next stitch* 12 times (12 petals)
How to sew your crochet gnome together?
First, start by sewing the beard onto the gnome. Sew it right below the brim of your hat.
Second, place and sew the nose on top of the beard. Place it in the upper center.
Third, Sew the hands on both sides. Leave 4 stitches between the beard and the hands.
Lastly, take your daisy applique and sew it onto the hat. I used one crochet daisy applique but you can add more.
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