The Gnomes

 

All I've been doing is thinking about gnomes and knitting gnomes. The photo shows seven completed and number eight which is the LAST one needs a beard and he is completed. The pattern is Nice to Gnome You. I used left over worsted weight wools from deep stash and went crazy with the color combining. The crazier I went with color combing the more I liked the gnomes.

This morning number eight will be finished and I will be thankful. My hands are sore from the double pointed needle knitting. These little guys are all Christmas gifts. I must say it was ultra satisfying to knit something that is a stash buster!

What are you working on this week?


Comments

  1. Those gnomes are so cute sitting there that I hope you eventually knit one (or more) for yourself!

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  2. So.Much.Fun! I think they look so adorable all lined up there!

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  3. They are adorable. Hiw nice to already have 8 gifts ready for giving.

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  4. I don't know how you can let them go. They look so sweet in their little gnome community on the shelf.

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  5. They are simply darling!! And, yes, you need a few of your own to keep:) I'm knitting a sock, but it's slow thanks to work being crazy still.

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  6. Your gnomes are adorable! I bought the pattern the other day and can't wait to start knitting my own.

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  7. Those are just adorable. Wouldn’t be able to,give them away. Love how they are all,so,different.

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  8. They are so cute! What fun Christmas gifts!

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  9. What a great stashbuster pattern. I have to check out the link. I am not a big gnome fan usually, but these are fantastic!

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  10. The gnomes are adorable! Well done!
    xoxo
    Lovely
    www.mynameislovely.com

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  11. The gnomes are just adorable. Don't you just love using up odds and ends of leftovers? I hope that when your hands recover, you knit one for yourself.

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