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Gnome Dolls and Gnome House to Weave on the Potholder Loom by Noreen Crone-Findlay

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This enchanting Gnome house is home to two charming little Gnomes.

The roof of the house opens, so you can store treasures inside it, or reach inside to place little pieces of furniture for the Gnomes.

The house is woven with cotton loops.

There are windows for Mr & Mrs Gnome to peek out of. The door opens & closes.

Instructions for how to weave the door & windows & chimney are included.

The Gnome house is trimmed with spool knitted cord.

The Gnomes are woven with yarn on the potholder loom. Because they are flat, you can stitch a pin to them to wear on your lapel, hat or bag. Or, they can live in your favorite book to mark your place. They also love to slip into envelopes and fly off to visit friends! They also enjoy hanging out on the branches of Christmas trees.

There are a lot of unique and innovative new techniques in this pattern- it's really fun!

This is a truly magical project from the imagination and creativity of Noreen Crone-Findlay!

The pattern is sent to you as a PDF.
This enchanting Gnome house is home to two charming little Gnomes.

The roof of the house opens, so you can store treasures inside it, or reach inside to place little pieces of furniture for the Gnomes.

The house is woven with cotton loops.

There are windows for Mr & Mrs Gnome to peek out of. The door opens & closes.

Instructions for how to weave the door & windows & chimney are included.

The Gnome house is trimmed with spool knitted cord.

The Gnomes are woven with yarn on the potholder loom. Because they are flat, you can stitch a pin to them to wear on your lapel, hat or bag. Or, they can live in your favorite book to mark your place. They also love to slip into envelopes and fly off to visit friends! They also enjoy hanging out on the branches of Christmas trees.

There are a lot of unique and innovative new techniques in this pattern- it's really fun!

This is a truly magical project from the imagination and creativity of Noreen Crone-Findlay!

The pattern is sent to you as a PDF.

Reviews

5 out of 5 stars
(295)
Reviewed by Gail Saxton
5 out of 5 stars
Mar 13, 2018
I've had lots of fun with this pattern! It is very clearly written and material is presented in a way that stimulates one's own creativity.
PDF Pattern for Small Dolls woven with 4 sticks on the stick weaving loom

Reviewed by Melissande
5 out of 5 stars
Jan 31, 2018
excellent, as always, delivered safely and quickly.
Handmade wooden lucet by Noreen Crone-Findlay

Reviewed by scrapnannie
5 out of 5 stars
Jan 25, 2018
Another great pattern!
Woven Spool knitted Heart designed by Noreen Crone-Findlay (c)

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Website: http://www.crone-findlay.com
Blog: http://tottietalkscrafts.com/
YouTube video tutorials: http://www.youtube.com/user/NoreenCroneFindlay
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Facebook: facebook.com/NoreenCroneFindlayDesigns
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