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Boutique Christmas Stocking

Format PDF (Download Only)
Author Jilly Bean
Price $6.95
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Don't let the patchwork design scare you! I will show you how to use the quilters fuse to simplify a patchwork design. You will be surprised how easy and fun this wil be!

The pattern is designed to help the creative sewer make use of sewing notions to speed up the process of construction. There is a quilting option and an embroidery option to personalize your creation and make it one-of-a-kind. You may also choose to make the back of the stocking from just one fabric.

Included in this pattern are 10 pages of easy to follow instructions with great pictures and 4 pages of the pattern to put together. Also, you can use 4 different fabrics either ones you coordinate or Fat Quarter Squares. The fabric does not have to be Christmas fabric, can be anything you want.

The Quilter's Fusible Interfacing makes this pattern much easy to put together. I have made this pattern to be simple for those that want something fancy, creative, different and modern.

"No Pouting" embroidery design can be found at

Skill Level: Moderate
Supplies Needed:

*4 – Fat Quarter Squares OR 4 –1/4” yard of each coordinating fabric
*8” x 23” piece of Chenille, minky or some fuzzy fabric, for the top piece of stocking
* ¾ yd. fabric for lining
*Rotary Cutter (best choice) & Mat OR Ruler & Scissors
*Quilter’s Grid Fusible Interfacing (Jo-Ann Fabrics or any quilting store) or regular interfacing (18” x 27” piece)
*Iron & ironing board

*Note: These are downloadable instructions for making a stocking. Pattern pieces are included. Since it is a download, you will receive this by email and it will also be located in the "My Library" section of your user account immediately after purchase.

by Castle, Susan
on May 18th, 2013

great christmas gift! :)

by Adams, Jill
on February 15th, 2013

very easy to make!

by Sudz-N-Seamz
on January 18th, 2012

super easy, and such fun to make.


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