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|Author||Tie Dye Diva|
Keep Santa busy this Christmas filling a whole pile of handmade Christmas stockings! This eBook includes instructions and patterns for creating a fully-lined fabric stocking with hanging strap in both traditional and whimsical curled-toe 'elf' styles.
Two sizes! One is fat-quarter friendly to help you bust that holiday stash! A larger pattern is included for extra-generous stocking stuffing.
• Fat quarter stockings: Elf, 14.5” tall x 10.5” wide; Traditional, 16” x 10.5”.
• Larger stockings: Elf, 18” tall x 13” wide; Traditional, 19.5” x 13”.
*Note: These are downloadable instructions and pattern for making stockings. Since it is a download, a window will open to download and when you are signed into your user account at the time of purchase, it will also be located in the "My Library" section of your user account immediately after purchase.
Copyright © Tie Dye Diva All rights reserved. This eBook and its contents are protected by U.S. and International copyright laws; any reproduction of this eBook or any portion thereof, including electronic transmission to third parties, is strictly prohibited. Items produced using the information in this eBook may be used for personal use, as well as for sale in limited quantities by in-home sewers. We request that items for sale state that the item is made with a Tie Dye Diva pattern.
• Fat quarter (18” x 22”) for each of outer stocking fabric and lining fabric for
smaller stocking; ½ yard each for larger stocking (this is the most you'll need for a one-way directional print).
• Optional, but recommended: lightweight fusible interfacing
• ¼ yard cuff fabric
• 8" of 5/8" grosgrain ribbon or other hanging strap
• Optional for Elf Stocking: small bells or pompoms
Love this pattern!!!
love this pattern!!
I love this pattern. Easy to make with great instructions. The elf stocking is cute and I'm planning on making the traditional one in the near future.
Love the pattern and will be making several as the holiday approaches for the grandkids. Only issue was the instructions will not print with the pattern.
FINALLY!!!! I've found a pattern for Christmas stockings that I just LOVE!
The stockings are very cute and two sizes are great. But the pattern has the ribbon attached in the cuff side seam, causing the stocking to hang funny. When I made the second one, I sewed the ribbon in the cuff/stocking seam, and that solved the problem.
I looove the way the elf stocking turned out I made 8 lol they were so much fun and turned out to amazing I didnt make the other style but if it was anything like the efl style it will be amazing!