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Gnome Gift Tag

An adorable printed, stitched, and filled gnome becomes a gift tag and Christmas ornament.


  • Iron-on transfer paper
  • Muslin
  • Matching thread
  • Sewing needle
  • Sewing machine, if desired
  • Fiberfill


  1. Print the gnome pattern onto iron-on transfer paper.
  2. Iron the gnome transfer onto muslin. Lay the muslin gnome on a second piece of muslin; pin. Cut out the gnome through both layers, allowing space around the design plus a 1/4-inch seam allowance.
  3. Turn cutouts with right sides together, and sew around gnome, leaving an opening for stuffing. Turn right side out. Stuff with fiberfill.
  4. Sew the opening closed with a whipstitch. Add a bow, write a name on the banner, and use as a gift tag. Or sew on a loop of ribbon to hang as an ornament.

Get the gnome pattern.


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