Last week I whipped up some simple cute stockings for a TV segment using the below versatile stocking template – which is perfect for kids, adults and crafters of every level. Ohh and it’s only 99 cents to download!
Check out the recorded segment here if you want to see me in crafty action and if you want to see me say Christmas balls twice :) Then check out the examples below!
Burlap and Ric Rac
Simplicity is key when crafting for a dude, so it’s no wonder that a little burlap and green ric rac goes a long way. Burlap is forgiving so you just top stich it and you are done. Don’t forget to stitch on the ric rac first!
No Sew Felt Stocking with Appliques
Felt is normally the most forgiving of fabrics and this no sew felt stocking is so simple to create with just a little strong fusible interfacing (Stich Witchery) around the seams. Finish it off with some iron on appliques and you have a cute no fuss stocking.
A Little Monogram Felt Stocking
Top stich two red felt pieces (along with white piece and loop) and then personalize your little stocking with little felt iron on t-shirt letters. Simple, fun and perfect as a little gift and Christmas ornament.
Mini Hot Chocolate Stocking
This mini stocking fits a packet of Swiss Miss and marshmallows perfectly! If your sewing machine can handel a little plastic (never use the same needle on plastic and fabric) then simply trace the mini stocking onto a plastic bag then sew a tight straight stich along the template starting just under the zipper.
Naughty Cocoa Crispy Coal Treats in a Parchment Paper Stocking
Sew some Cocoa Crispy Coal Treats ( recipe found here) into a parchment paper stocking and you have the perfect gift for those naughty people on
your Santa’s list. It’s gluten free too!
Trace large stocking on parchment paper. Sew together leaving the top open. Stuff with treats and close with a folded piece of stamped “naughty” paper sewn across the top.
As you can see this template has many crafty variations. Click the pay now button and we’ll send you a printable pdf document which includes a large and small stocking with nifty christmas patterns on them!
Don’t forget to trace the large stocking at least 1 inch larger than the template. I recommend taking a piece of 12×12 scrap paper and creating your large stocking template on that.
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