Here it is in all it’s glory! The 2022 Gnome Corner-to-Corner Crochet Blanket!! It has been such a fun year! Each month I released one gnome C2C panel that was holiday or season themed which also matched a polymer crochet hook by Jen at Day by Day Clay and Crochet. Now we finally get to see all the gnome pieces stitched together to become a beautiful blanket!
If you haven’t started the project or are just learning about it, no worries! The patterns for the gnomes will always be available right here on RepeatCrafterMe.com for free! You can find all the links to the individual gnomes HERE on the Gnome Landing Page. I will be compiling an ad-free PDF at some point for those that would like an easy document to navigate and/or print out.
Zoe and I had a heck of time trying to photograph this blanket! It’s BIG! and heavy!
Finished Size = approximately 57 x 61 inches without the border. The border adds another 3 inches on each side.
Here are some important links for this gnome blanket project:
GET THE JANUARY WINTER GNOME HERE
GET THE FEBRUARY VALENTINE GNOME HERE
GET THE MARCH LEPRECHAUN GNOME HERE
GET THE APRIL BUNNY GNOME HERE
GET THE MAY TULIP FLOWER GNOME HERE
GET THE JUNE STRAWBERRY GNOME HERE
GET THE JULY PATRIOTIC GNOME HERE
GET THE AUGUST SUMMER GNOME HERE
GET THE SEPTEMBER FALL GNOME HERE
GET THE OCTOBER HALLOWEEN GNOME HERE
GET THE NOVEMBER TURKEY GNOME HERE
GET THE DECEMBER SANTA GNOME HERE
Plus, be sure to check out each individual months page for lots of other design options.
Will there be another year-long crochet along in 2023? Maybe! I haven’t decided. Right now I am enjoying a lot of Christmas crocheting and finishing up some other patterns.
If you are craving a CAL, please be sure to check out my Tuna the Cat & Bones the Dog Crochet-Along that I am hosting over at Yarnspirations.com! It’s never too late to SIGN UP and get the weekly LESSONS. One pattern = Two cute stuffed animals!
Can’t wait to see all of your finished blankets. Remember, there is no rush. Whether you finish tomorrow or 5 years from now, please be sure to tag me on social media and use the hashtag #2022gnomeproject.