Gnome hats get their inspiration from vintage Christmas decorations, fairy gardens and elicit visions of sugarplums. You can make them easily from paper, posterboard, fleece, felt. The below tutorials show you how. There are knitting, crochet and sewing patterns too. You can make them in little and large sizes.
A hat is an important part of a gnome costume. The above-linked guide requires you to cut and roll the basic shape of the hat before taping it.
This is a sewn pattern for a gnome hat. Two pieces of felt are cut into the conical hat shape and then sewn together.
This long green cone gnome hat would be an excellent festive table centerpiece and tree topper. It is a quick and cheap DIY and jazzes up your party table.
This beautiful gnome hat is made with kitchener stitch. When you take your baby out with this on, you would be glad to see the appreciation in the eyes of onlookers.
You can make this felt gnome hat with the help of the free printable pattern given below. It is a no-sew gnome hat that can be a part of your Halloween costume.
A red fabric gnome hat would look cute on your child. The flower decoration adds to its looks. You can make it in other colors like purple, pink, yellow, black, white, golden, blue, etc.
This scrappy gnome hat pattern knits pretty quickly, in about 4 hours. If you need a knitted gift for tomorrow, why not try this one?
This is a gorgeous hat that you can make for your newborn. The free pattern is available for babies from 0-4 years. The hat keeps your tot cozy and warm during winter.
This free knitting pattern can be made in 4 sizes, from toddlers to adults. If you don’t like the wide stripes, you can make them narrower. Add a pom pom if you want. You can also make a sock hat if you so wish.
Authentic lawn gnome hats can make great costumes for Halloween and Xmas. Just try out any of the above patterns and you would be happy with how it turns out. Babies would look adorable in them. Adults can wear them to parties.
Published on July 28th 2020 by Peyton Derrida