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October 24, 2010


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I love them. I get a similar catalogue called Myriad (uk) and just pour over every page. A great alternative gift for friends. Thank you


Cute,cute, cute. I decided they would be a cute project to give to my quilting cottage group. Thanks


Holy Moly!! My daughter is a GnomeManiac!! I will have to make her one as a pincushion for her stocking! Thanks!!

Oh and I just had a thought! I can make them in Valentine fabric and give them away to www.projectvalentine.org! Oh that will be a fun craft day! Double thanks!


So cute. I need to make some for my church fair!!


Many thanks for this tutorial. These gnomes are so funny and easy to do. I have a lot of fun of making it. They are perfect surprises for friends and parents.



MMMM !!!! I like these too , after the carolers , I will try them !!!!

Tien Susiyanti W

so cute ;)
thanks for share free tutorial :)


so cute ;)


adorable! I think I'll make some with my kiddos tomorrow to welcome the changing seasons!


So adorable !
I am ready to make a few on my own. Thank you for sharing :D


SO cute! What size wooden beads did you use?


these are wonderful thank you for posting this fun idea. i had my kids at my preschool make them last week and they turned out VERY cute! ( http://kleas.typepad.com/kleas/2011/01/this-week-3.html ) ours had to wear scarfs though as it is just too, too cold right now.


Thank you for sharing!! :D

Midgie Williams

Cute!!!! They might be better with arms and legs though, BUT I love them any way (and a great way to use up my scrap fabric!)

Nancy Ward


Wanted you to know I posted a link to this tutorial today on my blog, PaperFriendly.

Nancy Ward


Thank you for your tutorial! It was fun, easy, and an enjoyable project for my son and I. They are so cute.


Cute as, thank you so much!

ana maria santos

muito legal!!!


So cute I want to make one each for my kids and nieces to hang on the Xmas tree with their names on them.... Thanks for a great free tutorial


Oh so adorable! Thanks for sharing!!


I saw you on craft gossip!
That is just the cutest thing!! Thank you so much for sharing! I'll have to make some with my daughter!

Tempest Ahoy

Sooo cute.


OMG, they're so adorable! Thanks, I can't wait to try making them!


For anyone that has trouble pulling the fabric through.. I used a long oversized saftey pin to pin the fabric and pull it through the bead.. after you get the fabric through, just un pin the saftey pin, and voila!


OMG. I LOVE THESE! I am trying them out this weekend!
Thanks so much for the tutorial! You are my idol!!

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