Gnombleberry - Leave Gnome Stone Unturned | Festive Mystery Gnome-a-Long Mini Sets (MKAL8)

  • £13.00

These yarn sets have been designed to use with the new Mystery Gnome-a-Long, designed by Sarah of Imagined Landscapes.

Here is what Sarah has to say about this festive MKAL!

This December, count down the days with a fun gnome event! 

Longest Gnight has been a favourite holiday among the gnomes of the Grimblewoods for centuries. The Gnome of the Gnorth brings light to every house on the darkest day of the year. He’s ready to leave on his important journey this year, but his friend Gnombleberry is missing. 

What’s involved?

🍄a terrifically sweet gnome pattern delivered in small pieces

🍄fun extras like a story, recipes, and other surprises

🍄27 email updates (with the gnome knitting finished before the 25th)

🍄simple knitting to keep December fun – no knitting gymnastics required


Important Dates

Nov 1 – pattern goes on sale and you can download a PreKnitalong PDF with key info and advice

Nov 1 – participating dyers from multiple countries offer mini skein sets – including Loopy Ewe yarn sets (but not goodie sets)

Dec 1 – the December Countdown Gnome Event begins! Clue 1 sent out!


A little info about knitting Gnombleberry

This December gnome will be a simple gnome in terms of both skills and fiddliness, because I want you to have maximum fun and minimum bother.

Skills Required:

-knitting and purling in the round

-picking up sts

-simple increases and decreases


As ever, there will be lots of video tutorials covering every step & skill I think you might need help with. Want extra reassurance? Check out previous gnome tutorial videos here and last year’s December Gnome here.

24 of the updates will arrive Dec 1-24, with three updates saved for sometime between Dec 27-31. For those of you who celebrate Christmas, the gnome clues will be complete on/before the 24th.

Sarah has designed THE MOST adorable Gnomes over the past few years, and her mystery Gnomes are the most fun things to make!

This pattern uses 4x20g Mini skeins and you’ll HAVE to make more than one of these. It’s GORGEOUS 

I have designed three different yarm combbinations inspired by three festive colour palettes.

  1. Traditional 
  2. Copper & Aqua 
  3. Pink & Grey 



In the pattern, the yarns will be described as C1, C2, C3 and C4

In each pack, there is one colour that has a light and dark tone - I.e. dark grey & light grey, light green and dark green and light aqua and dark aqua. These I’ll term “main colours” below….

I recommend the following:

  • C1 - darker of the two “main colours”
  • C2 - lighter of the two “main colours”
  • C3 - this is needed as a “punch” of colour, so I recommend the brightest colour (red, bright pink and copper in each pack)
  • C4 - the lightest (light pink and natural in the packs)






Super Sock Mini Skein

75% Superwash Merino

25% Nylon






Dyed using professional dyes and processes and painted by hand. As a result, no two skeins are identical although they are dyed in batches.

Every attempt has been made to remove all excess dye from the yarn, however a little may remain - particularly with dark or vivid colours. Therefore, I always advise that you handwash your items alone. Reshape whilst damp and dry flat.

Colours may vary between viewing monitors. Please do not place 100% reliance on the image that you see as being a full reflection of the yarn. Please convo me if you would like more information.

Standard shipping does NOT include tracking or insurance. Therefore, if your parcel is lost you cannot be compensated accordingly. If you would like to add tracking and insurance to your postage, then please choose this option at checkout. I DO NOT accept responsibility for any parcels that are lost or damaged when shipped under the STANDARD option