A single stocking pattern and varied red-and-white fabrics allow personal expression.
Supplies for each stocking include tracing paper, matching sewing thread, and an 8-inch length of 3/8-inch-wide ribbon for a hanging loop.
General Instructions: Trace the stocking pattern from the pattern pack onto tracing paper; cut out. For the Heel & Toe Stocking and Crazy-Quilt Stocking, trace the heel and toe and crazy-quilt shapes separately onto tracing paper, adding a 1/4-inch seam allowance to the inside edges of each crazy-quilt shape; cut out the patterns. When sewing pieces together, use a 1/4-inch seam allowance with right sides facing unless otherwise indicated.
A red velvet cuff and embroidered creamy-white cotton give this stocking sophisticated appeal and a crisp holiday look. Minus patterned fabrics, the stocking easily meshes with traditional Christmas decor. Three big buttons on the cuff add a finished look with a bit of sparkle.
In the spirit of a crazy quilt, this stocking features a medley of fabrics, textures, and stitches. The red-and-white toile lends a timeless look that will be welcome for years to come.
The homespun look of this stocking is reminiscent of those that hung from the mantels of yesteryear. A chenille toe and heel help create a cuddly setting.
A nod to a time-tested quilting embellishment, the yo-yos scattered about this chenille stocking add a touch of whimsy.