How To Crochet Daisy Flower Gnome For Kids

Here, we will show you a vibrant and adorable Crochet Daisy Flower Gnome pattern that’s guaranteed to add a whimsical touch to your home or garden! This pattern offers a delightful opportunity to apply and enhance your crochet skills while creating something truly unique and eye-catching. The gnome features fresh hues of light mint and yellow, topped with a charming white hat decorated with a daisy appliqué. This easier pattern is equally suited for experienced crafters seeking a fun, quick project or beginners eager to dive into something new and exciting. With our easy-to-follow guide, you’ll have your little gnome ready in no time.

Crochet Daisy Flower Gnome

Daisy Flower Gnome


  • Worsted weight yarn (Yarn Bee Soft and Sleek solids, 100% Acrylic, 5.0 oz/142 g, 232 yds/212 m) in the following colors:
    • Light mint: 30-40 gr
    • Light yellow: 10 gr
    • White: 20 gr
    • A small amount of Beige for the nose
  • Crochet hook size 3.5mm/ US crochet hook size E
  • Poly fiber fill for stuffing
  • Tapestry needle
  • A piece of cardboard (optional)

Finished Size:

  • The finished size of the gnome is 16cm tall

Stitch Abbreviation:

  • SC: single crochet
  • DC: double crochet
  • SS: slip stitch
  • CH: chain
  • Rep: repeat
  • Dec: decrease
  • Inc: increase
  • MR: magic ring
  • HDC: half double crochet
  • FO: fasten off
  • BLO: back loop only

Pattern Notes:

  • The pattern is written in US crochet terms.
  • Worked in one piece, starting from the base up to the hat.
  • Worked in continuous rounds. Don’t join rounds unless indicated.
  • Yarn weight affects the size of the gnome.
  • Adjust hook size for tighter stitches if crocheting loosely.
  • When stuffing, ensure it’s firm to maintain shape, but don’t overstuff.
  • For beginners, there are helpful guides available for amigurumi techniques.

Gnome Body:

  1. Base (with Light Mint yarn):
    • Start with an MR, 6 SC into it.
    • (Round details follow a similar increasing pattern, eventually reaching 48 SCs around by Round 22.)
    • Switch to Light Yellow yarn after Round 24, and continue with specified stitch patterns.
    • Switch to White yarn after Round 27.
  2. Hat:
    • Begins at Round 26 with a specific increase pattern.


  • Starting with an MR, a series of SC and increases create a bearded shape extending down from the face.


  • Starting with White color yarn, small tubes are formed and later attached to the sides.


  • Begins with a Beige color in an MR and forms a small bulbous shape.

Daisy Applique:

  1. Start with Yellow yarn in an MR, 11 DC into it. Then SS to join into the 2nd CH.
  2. Switch to White for petals: Each petal involves CHs, HDCs, and an SC, repeating around for a total of 12 petals.


  1. Sew the beard just below the hat’s brim.
  2. Attach the nose above the beard.
  3. Sew hands on either side of the body.
  4. Attach the Daisy applique onto the hat.


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