No-Sew Gnome Pattern – Tucked Gnome Pattern
This gnome pattern includes the full, detailed, step-by-step pattern for a no-sew gnome. Note: if you have a cutting machine that can cut fabric, please see our listing for the cutting machine (Silhouette, Cricut, etc) cut files to avoid having to manually cut fabric. This PRINTABLE pattern will be delivered at the time of checkout AND in the email to you. PLEASE READ: updates are automatically sent ONLY if you have created and/or logged in before purchasing.
Note: all supplies and materials are listed below. There are no refunds on digital patterns, so please read the details carefully.
This pattern is for personal use only and can be upgraded to commercial use with this license. 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.
If you love the modern gnomes you see everywhere but don’t know how to sew, this no-sew gnome pattern is perfect for you. I have created a DIY gnome pattern where no sewing is required – at all – and it produces the most adorable tucked hat 10-inch gnome.
Supplies and Materials Needed for This Project
- fabric (1/4 yard) or felt
- faux fur (1/4 yard)
- beads or clay noses and hands
- polyfill and 1-2 cups poly beads (or rice, beans, rocks, etc. for weight)
- hot glue gun and glue sticks
- scissors or rotary cutter
- razor blade or Exacto knife
- pencil or fabric marker
- optional decorations for hands to hold or as hat accents
- optional 12 gauge wire for a bendable hat
This pattern was designed by Sarah Nenni-Daher and has full copyright protection. This pattern may not be resold or published anywhere.
This is both the digital cut file collection AND the full pattern for the no-sew tucked gnome pattern from Ruffles and Rain Boots.
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.
Sarah Nenni-Daher –
Oh no, I am so sad to hear that. I’m not sure what went wrong. This pattern is one that needs quite a bit of weight in the base, so at least 1/2 way filled with poly beads to be able to support a hat with either a heavy fabric (fleece, minky, etc.) or a lot of decoration. Can you email me the image of your gnome? I would love to troubleshoot it as I’ve been making it for years. -Sarah (sarah @ rufflesandrainboots.com)
Anna (verified owner) –
I am so thankful for you tutorials, I got excellent tips fir the gnomes I am making , about 50, your pattern made it quicker and cuter , thank you thank you , I wanted to upload a picture but did not see a spot to do that