‘Tis the season for knitting adorable holiday themed gnomes, elves, and other assorted holly jolly creatures. If you’re looking for another fun holiday doll to add to your collection, check out these super sweet Christmas dolls.
The Christmas Elf Toy knitting pattern from KS Craft on Etsy features a boy and girl elf (the bodies are the same but one wears overalls and one has a dress). The dolls are about 11 inches tall and made with DK-weight yarn.
Susan B. Anderson’s New Gnome (available on Ravelry) is worked from the bottom all the way to the tip of the hat in one piece in the round. So many options to make it your own, from using different colors of stripes on the body to different colored hats and beards.
This sweet Christmas elf is called Evan, and he was designed by Llamz Handcrafted on Etsy. He’s a classic helper elf with overalls and striped stockings, and he’s worked in DK weight yarn.
Chatty Cathy Knitting on Etsy has made these adorable Christmas tree gnomes, with lots of options for making them fit your decor. With five design options and two sizes, you’re sure to find the right one to fit. They’re worked in fingering weight yarn but you can use heavier yarn to make them bigger.
And of course, Santa himself is the ultimate elf, so why not stitch a little Santa to add to your collection? The October Santa Claus from Amy Munson on Ravelry is a gnome-like design, worked in the round in fingering or sport weight yarn.
Looking for more Christmas knitting patterns? Check out our dedicated Pinterest Board filled with Christmas knitting patterns.