DIY Bavarian gnome in lederhosen tutorial. You will learn how to make a no sew gnome, a gnome with legs and arms, and a standing gnome. You will also learn how to make gnome hands made from clay. I am also going to show you a technique for embossing on fabric. You will be able to use that on so many other projects as well.
Noodle – 4.5” https://shrsl.com/3c30u
Felt for hat and pants – Wool Blend – https://tidd.ly/3syLyT6
(Marl Stone color)
Brown felt for shoes – Hobby Lobby
Weights – 5/16” nuts (Lowes)
Red and white check fabric – Joann’s Fabrics
Chipboard – https://amzn.to/3vrOL6L
Shoes – https://shrsl.com/3c32h
(Buy them in the store or you will get an assortment)
Sculpey III Beige clay – https://bit.ly/3AmCeUl
Hair Noodle – https://amzn.to/35JtoGh –
Use the 1.2 cm/ 0.47 inch for the arms,
1.6 cm/ 0.63 inch for the legs
Jute and buttons – Hobby Lobby
White ribbed knit for socks – Hobby Lobby
Archival black ink stamp – https://bit.ly/3Lw7hUb
Clear embossing powder – Michaels or Hobby Lobby
Embossing heat gun – mine is old) get at least 300 Watts
Glue gun – https://amzn.to/3a2kbIu
Scissors – https://amzn.to/3vrRSMq
Wire for Clay – https://amzn.to/34ztdgn
Fiskar Xacto knife set https://amzn.to/3Al9V8P
Miter cutter – https://amzn.to/3aFp8ah
Hot glue sticks – these are best. https://amzn.to/37jMIYF
Dowel sticks 1/4″ x 6″- https://amzn.to/3lFVLv2
White Faux Fur – https://etsy.me/3F0ag36
Felt nose – Etsy – 12 mm
Cricut – https://cricut.pxf.io/5bE2YN
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Tonya Hobbs says
Love him. Your work is absolutely awesome!!!
Thank you so much.