Learn how to crochet a Santa Gnome Towel Topper with this complete video tutorial at Nana’s Crafty Home!
The Gnome Towel Topper is a simple and quick towel topper pattern perfect for any time of the year.
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Make this towel topper with any scrap yarn you have on hand in different colors for year round gnome fun!
A 3″ plastic ring is crocheted into the middle of the hat as you are working seamless single crochet rounds making the towel removable for easy washing.
These towel toppers work up so quickly – perfect for gifts, craft shows or to keep for yourself.
For the complete video tutorial, scroll down to the bottom of this post.
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Gnome Towel Topper free written pattern instructions
Hobby Lobby I Love This Cotton! yarn
Size H (5.0 mm) crochet hook
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Hat Round 23 (adding ring): 7:20
Sew Nose to Hat: 27:30
Very cute love the towel toppers. Thankyou for sharing and explaining it so simply.
So glad you like them Shaila! So glad you found the tutorial helpful – have fun! ❤️?