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Make your own humongous Funky Star Christmas stocking and add some funk to your holiday decor. And the kids will love to see this nearly 2 foot (0.7m) long stocking filled with gifts from Santa Claus! Newly revised, easier to assemble pattern. Finished stocking will be 11-1/2" w x 21-3/4" L (29.2cm x 55.2cm). Opening is 8-3/8” across (21.3cm). A ribbon loop makes for easy hanging.
Designed for beginners with some experience and takes 1 to 1-1/2 hours to make. Computer generated pattern is easy to assemble and detailed manual includes easy step-by-step instructions with over 20 photos and diagrams. Pattern pieces and manual are written in English with metric conversions.
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Funky Star Christmas Stocking Pattern ©2006 TiffinyDesigns
Tools and Equipment needed:
Fabric shears or Rotary blade/mat
Needle for hand sewing
Glue gun (only if using pompoms)
2/3 yd. (0.7m) felt for STOCKING
1/3 yd. (0.3m) felt
2 sheets of 8-1/2” x 11” (21.6cm x 27.9cm) felt for STARS
6” (15.2cm) of 1/2” or 3/4” wide (1.3cm or 1.9cm) coordinating satin or grosgrain ribbon
Embellishments of your choice:
Buttons, Small silver jingle bells, or Small pompoms
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I love the style of the pattern, and I think the instructions on how to sew it were fairly well written. However, the instructions on how to assemble the pattern sheets were pretty non-existent, and the system used to line them up is still a mystery to me.