Icelandic Lovey Gnome Pattern – Easy Sewn or No-Sew Gnome Pattern
This easy sewn or no-sew gnome pattern is versatile and fun. The Icelandic Lovey Gnome pattern set is about the most fun traditional gnome with a little twist.
This gnome pattern includes the full, detailed, step-by-step pattern to make a cute no-sew or sewn gnome including optional arms and legs/boots as well as a reversible hat. All video tutorials released for this pattern can be found here on the Icelandic Lovey Gnomes tutorial playlist.
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This pattern is for personal use only and can be upgraded to commercial use with this license. You must add this pattern AND the commercial license to your cart. NOTE: NO LICENSE ALLOWS YOU TO RESELL THIS PATTERN OR ALTER IT AND SELL IT AS YOUR OWN OR OFFER IT IN PRIVATE GROUPS / TUTORIALS. COPYRIGHT IS ENFORCED THROUGH ATTORNEY SERVICES.
I can’t believe how easy and fast making a gnome with this Icelandic Lovey gnome pattern is. It’s a simple sewn or no-sew gnome pattern that really brings out the traditional elements of nisser together with a little modern twist.
Supplies and Materials Needed for This Project
1/8 yard Fleece or Minky Fabric
Mongolian Faux Fur (or other beard material)
1/2 cup Poly-Beads
1 or 1 1/2-inch Wood Round (or other nose)
1 14-gauge (or similar) Floral Wire
Hot Glue Gun & Glue (note: hot glue sticks for fabric do exist and should be used, if possible)
Razor Blade or Craft Knife
Pencil or Fabric Marker, optional
This pattern was designed by Sarah Nenni-Daher and has full copyright protection. This pattern may not be resold or published anywhere.
This is the pattern for the Icelandic Lovey Gnome from Ruffles and Rain Boots. This makes a simple, no-sew or sewn gnome with optional arms and legs/feet as well as a reversible hat. Four gnomes are shown for inspiration, having been made with this pattern, however, the pattern is flexible and can be used on other gnomes.
This is only the pattern for the Icelandic Lovey Gnome pattern set. If you wish to use a cutting machine to cut the fabric for this DIY gnome pattern set, you can grab the pattern with cut file set here.
This pattern is for personal use only and can be upgraded to commercial use with this license. You must add this pattern AND the commercial license to your cart.
fratsy (verified owner) –
I always love your patterns and the fact that I have written instructions and can watch the video tutorial.
Girl- this was just so easy to follow
The only problem – is you have so many ideas that I love ❤️ my house is turning into a Gnome playground LOL
Kathy (verified owner) –
My daughter and I started our gnome creations yesterday – first time for both of us. The instructions were so clear and I can’t begin to tell you how helpful the tutorial is. Ours don’t quite look like yours, but not too bad for beginners!
Sarah Nenni-Daher –
I bet they look wonderful, Kathy! 🙂
Elena (verified owner) –
I made one few days ago … the scarecrow one … it came out so cute ! Tiny but so adorable ! Love the pattern ! Thank you ! Can’t wait to make the rest of them now 🙂
Roxane (verified owner) –
Sarah, I just love all your patterns! You make it so easy to enjoy making Gnomes. Ive never been disappointed and keep up the great work you do. Thank you.
Suzanne (verified owner) –
I am going to make the the scarecrow .The size doesn’t take up slot of room so he will be on my mantel with lots of pumpkins. I made the garden gnome and she turned out great. Love the videos as they answer any questions.