Katherine the Great
I like to think of myself as a storyteller. Mostly I tell stories about knitting.

A friend of mine took a picture of the gnome I sent him for Christmas and it looked so good, I had to share. I think the other gnomes will be a wee bit jealous.
Happy Epiphany, Ya’ll!

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When the assembly line was invented, I’m sure it seemed like a grande idea. However, when applied to gnome-making, it got kind of monotonous. The good news was that I’d woven in the ends as I went, or I might have gone off the deep end.
Step 1. Make gnomes.
Gnomes 5
Step 2. Add beards.
Gnomes 6
Step 3. Add eyes (cause they look Creepy McCreeperson without them)
16 Gnomes

Step 4. Decide that the gnomes are just too cute and what you really need is a full set (whatever that means) – you must have more.
Gnome 17
I think I might have a problem.
Ps. To see what other folks are working on, check out Tami’s Amis.

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Well, my gnome left for his new home. This particular gnome seems a bit rowdy in the way that only the very cutest gnomes can get away with.

Gnome in yard
Here he is playing in the yard.

Gnome swinging
….and swinging from the chandelier.

…and I like how his shadow looks like yoda. A wise gnome, he is too.

May you bring a lovely Christmas to all and to all a good night!

He’s raveled here
Ps. The swap hostess with the mostess is here.

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