Diy Gnome Hat Patterns. Form a cone with the hat template and hot glue it shut. Attach the gnome beard to one body piece using a running stitch around the outer edge of the beard.
Fill up an old sock with rice, add the nose, beard, and a hat, and you’ll have this easy diy gnome finished! 2 cut out the hat piece. Stitch from the tip of the hat to the brim.
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2 Cut Out The Hat Piece.
Download a free gnome felt hat pattern with a hook like this one. Sew the nose, heart and hands onto the beard using a running stitch. Trace and cut the beard template onto the faux fur.
5” W X 9.5 H (Fold) 2.
Glue the gnome's body to the paper cup using hot glue. Continue to stir until the mixture is smooth to eliminate any glue blobs. Once the hat is cut out, there is a trick to “rolling” it to get the correct cone shape and size.
Repeat For The Hat Template, Using A Contrasting Color Of Felt.
Stitch from the tip of the hat to the brim. No sewing required, this is a no sew gnome. 5.5 w x 7 h (fold)
Get A Big Bowl, Fill Halfway With Warm Water, Add Glue And Stir, Stir, Stir!
First, cut the hat out of felt using the pdf pattern available above. Plus it's nice to upcycle knowing the sweater will live forever in these fall gnomes! Place the second body piece behind the first one.
Some Sewing Or No Sewing Is Required.
The final step is making the gnome hat. Trace the template for the gnomes' body onto felt and cut. See more ideas about gnomes, gnome patterns, diy gnomes.