How to Make Gnome Christmas Tree Ornaments
Looking for a fun and easy Christmas Craft project to do with kids, friends or just because? You will love how quickly these Christmas Gnomes Ornaments come together with just a few supplies.
In the video below I show you two ways to make them: with longer shaggy beards or using a pom-pom maker for a more rounded look.
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- Gnome for Christmas Flannel by Tara Reed for Riley Blake
- Pellon 987F fusible fleece
- White Yarn (100 g used)
- Pom-Pom maker (optional)
- small pom pom wood or other round for nose
- hot glue gun & glue sticks
Making Christmas Ornaments a great way to use fabric scraps to create a variety of hats. I use my Gnome for Christmas flannel from Riley Blake Designs in the tutorial.
SHORTCUTS TO SPECIFIC TOPICS:
2:28 – Yarn basics
2:42 – How to make a long beard
4:26 – How to make a pom-pom beard
7:48 – Making the hats
9:58 – using a toss print for the hats
10:33 – putting it all together
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This tutorial features fabric from my Gnome for Christmas flannel collection – manufactured and sold by Riley Blake Designs. Ask for it in your favorite quilt shop!
Merry Christmas and Happy Ornament making!
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