Following on the success of my needle felted Nordic Gnomes tutorial, I decided to add a video tutorial to go with it. I mean, Nothing shouts Christmas louder than Nordic gnomes! Well, maybe Noddy Holder, he’s really loud!
Tomte, Nisse, Tonntu or however you refer to them are now firmly established as part of our Christmas decor, and I was introduced to them a few years ago by my Finnish pal, Anna. Let’s face it, there’s nothing like a bit of Nordic flavour to get us in the festive, hygge mood.
My video tutorials, like my written ones, are kept simple, informal and relaxed and I want you to feel like you have just popped into one of my workshops. So, wrap up warm, grab a cuppa (or mulled wine), your wool and needles or Gnome felting kit and join me for 25 minutes of easy, peasy, unadulterated craft respite. Now where’s those woolly socks?
See you over there x
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9 thoughts on “Needle Felted Gnomes Video Tutorial”
Thank you soo much for all the knowledge you share here! I wish I could join your vip list, but I am Brazilian and one pound worts 8 reais, soo it’s not possible by know, but I will read all the free material you have! May Good give you back twice all the good that you do!
Thanks so much for your lively message Natalia 🥰
Thank you for the video. I’ve got it now!!! Jippy!!! I live in the south of the Netherlands and I like Gnomes. I will start the course soon…..
Great easy to follow tutorial. Thank you!
I think I will make them bodiless for wine bottle toppers.
Thanks YB, I actually wondered about the plural.
Those little guys are adorably cute!
Thanks. My favourite at this time of year 🙂
And for good reason!
A lady in Sweden told me the plural of tomte is tomtar… Bet you’ll sleep better knowing that 😁
Damn right I will! 😁😁