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Ruffled Cuff Christmas Stockings - Set of Three

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Author Sheryl Hastings
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One of these stockings can be made in just a couple hours or less for the experienced seamstress. You will get all the pattern pieces and instructions to make the stocking with each cuff. Each stocking measures 15" long (not including the hanger) and are nice and sturdy so Santa can stuff, stuff, stuff!

I've made my patterns very easy to read and understand. I give you a complete list of everything you will need to complete the project. I've broken everything down into step by step instructions and have included LOTS of full color photos and illustrations. The pattern pieces are very crisp and neatly drawn using a computer program.

This is an electronic file. No physical item will be shipped.

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by Aerybeth
on May 13th, 2014

love made one in each style for our family!! thank you. Easy to follow instructions too!

by McDuffie, Pat
on October 31st, 2013

Going to make these for gifts!

 

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Supplies to make one stocking:
1/3 yard fabric for stocking, (1/2 yard if your fabric is directional)
1/3 yard fabric for lining
1/3 yard of fusible fleece interfacing
Thread to match fabrics
Plus additional fabric & interfacing for the cuff of your choice (see below)

Cuff 1:
1/8 yard fabric for upper (flat) part of cuff, cut to 3” x 16”
1/8 yard heavy weight interfacing, cut to 3” x 15”
1/4 yard fabric, cut to 6” x 40”

Cuff 2:
1/8 yard fabric for upper (flat) part of cuff, cut to 4 1/2” x 16”
1/8 yard heavy weight interfacing, cut to 4 1/2” x 15”
1/8 yard fabric, cut to 3” x 30”

Cuff 3:
1/8 yard contrast fabric A, cut to 3” x 20” (two pieces)
1/8 yard contrast fabric B, cut to 3” x 20”, and 3 1/2” x 17”

General supplies:
Sewing machine, iron, paper, marking pencils, sewing pins and needles, cutting and measuring tools.
My fleece interfacing requires me to use a damp pressing cloth. Any light colored, and pre washed 100% cotton fabric will work well for this if you don’t have a pressing cloth.

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