Stomping in the puddles, PDF


Stomping in the puddles

Amigurumi crochet pattern of clothes of a leprechaun or gnome on a clothesline to tell the most beautiful stories. Including mushrooms, caterpillar and mice.


Pim and Pien, gnomes from the Gnome Forest, enjoy stomping in puddles after a rain shower. Despite their mother's warnings and the advice to put on boots, they challenged each other to stomp in the puddles as hard as they could. The adventure resulted in wet and muddy clothes, but the gnomes had a lot of fun. Cleverly enough, they hung their gnome hats on a tree branch to stay dry. Currently, their clothes are hanging to dry on the clothesline after this muddy, but cheerful adventure.


Discover the creative magic of crochet as you create your own fairytale scenes. With this unique crochet pattern you can conjure up a colourful clothesline full of cute clothes for gnomes, mushrooms, a caterpillar and a mouse.


Change the clothes on the clothesline, use different colours and you always have a different story to tell. What story can you come up with when you see these clothes hanging on the clothesline?

Materials used for Stomping in the Puddles:

You can use any brand and type of yarn you want for this crochet pattern. If you use thicker or thinner yarn, the clothes, the mouse, the mushrooms and caterpillar will also get bigger or smaller. They may no longer fit in your metal ring. Below is a summary of the materials I used for these nice clothes of the gnomes. I used cotton yarn.

  • Sweater: 18 grams                                Socks: 10 grams
  • Pants: 12 grams                                    Dress: 17 grams
  • Cardigan: 9 grams                                 Little socks: 10 grams
  • Shoes: 9 grams                                      Caterpillar: 5 grams
  • Flowers, per flower: 2 grams               Crochet around ring green: 8 grams
  • Mouse: 7 grams, pink thread, googly eyes
  • Mushroom, per mushroom: 2 grams white and 2 grams red
  • Ivy: 5 grams
  • Crochet hook size 2.5
  • Metal Ring of 35 cm or larger or smaller.
  • Scissors, needle, little stuffing, textile glue
  • Thin iron wire and/or chenille wire.
  • Small Clothespins
  • Any other decoration material that you like to use.


Stomping in the puddles is made in a metal ring of 35cm.


Clearly written PDF Crochet pattern

With this PDF crochet pattern you can crochet this clothesline with gnome clothing yourself! This 11-page PDF contains detailed clear crochet instructions that are explained with photos, including extensive information about the materials used and the crochet stitches used and their abbreviations. US terminology and abbreviations of stitches are used. Whether you have just mastered the basic stitches as a beginner or if you are more experienced. If you know how to make a Magic Ring, a Single Crochet, a Slip Stitch and a Chain, then you can crochet this amazing creation yourself. If you get stuck with a certain part of the pattern, then I'm just a message away! I would like to help you to make a creation together with you to be proud of!


Sending the pattern

After payment, the pattern will be sent by e-mail as soon as possible. So also look in your spam folder if you have not received an e-mail with the crochet pattern after the confirmation the pattern has been send. If the e-mail is not in your spam folder, send me a message, and we will solve the problem, so that you can continue crocheting as soon as possible!


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