Christmas Stocking & Ornaments Patterns

Christmas Stocking

Christmas Stocking

Picture 1 of 4 (Click arrow for more pictures)

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!!!! May 2010 bring luck, joy and health to you and your loved ones!!!!

I am writing this on the day of Christmas Eve…. where has the days gone? It was like yesterday since I started making kanzashi Christmas Trees, then glittering some stars, wire wound some stars, followed by making holly berries, wreath, crochet Christmas Tree, plus some other crafts that I didn’t published here!!! A month passed by in just a blink of an eye, now, I am making my last Christmas craft for the year.


I made 2 Christmas Gift Stockings for my kids with their names on them and they are my last minute sewing projects. I thought I can never make it for the dead-line since I have to stay at home and take care of my son 24/7 whose nanny is on a 1-week emergency leave. With my determination and 4 “very” late-nights sewing, I made it!!! Yawn…. I really need a good rest after this Christmas, perhaps hibernate until 2010, lol… Just kidding, I will still continue making handicrafts but in slower pace. Don’t forget that I have another giveaway draw in early January, so, please don’t go far!!!!


These stockings (approx. 48cm H x 35cm W) were made out of a combination of felt, fabric and yarn materials. The overall material is felt sewed together with fabric, embellished by crochet (see pattern below), pom-pom, felt and beads ornaments. The stocking hem is a knitting piece of pom-pom yarn (click here for the tutorial). I used 1 ball of pom-pom yarn for the hem, made 8 stitches (2 stitches in between the pom-poms) for the row and finished the whole ball to get the length, the dimension is 40cm (H) x 10cm (W). Joint both ends together by sewing up the last row to the first row to make a ring.

Nicole’s stocking has a big pom-pom snowman and a small Christmas tree, whilst Ian has a big crochet Christmas Tree and a small snowman.  Both of them have their names appliqued on the stockings, each has a holly berry and are embellished with Christmas beads. As parents, we act fair to our children,  happy for them and easy on us, right?

{CLICK HERE to get the Pom-Pom Snowman Tutorial.}
{CLICK HERE to get the Christmas Tree & Star Crochet Pattern.}
{CLICK HERE to get the Snowman Crochet Pattern.}
{CLICK HERE to get the Santa hat Crochet Pattern.}

Print Friendly and PDFPrint / Download PDF

Highlights from Our Partners

14 comments... read them below or add one

  1. These are awesome! Thanks for sharing this with us, I’ll surely make one for my nephew next year. Happy New Year to you and all crafters. :)

  2. Besides joy and health, I need lots of good lucks. LOL! Happy New Year to you and your family!

  3. happy new decade to you & fly!

  4. These are really beautiful!!! Good job!

  5. LOVE all the details! just wanted to let you know I’m featuring this tutorial in a Christmas in July Stocking post tomorrow! You can come by and grab a featured button if you like! http://nap-timecreations.blogspot.com/

  6. è muito lindo seus trabalhos e agradeço por compartilhar tanta coisa linda…muito obrigada. JU

    Translation (by Google):
    their work is very beautiful and I thank you for sharing so much beautiful … thank you. JU

  7. Pingback:Défi entre copines – Décembre 2012 | Grain de Cel'

  8. Pingback:How to crochet a snowman | How To Look Best

  9. Pingback:Sew | Burlap Christmas Stocking | Free Pattern & Tutorial at CraftPassion.com

Leave a Comment

Comments are moderated, and will not appear on this weblog until the editor has approved them. Please no link dropping, no keywords or domains as names; do not spam, and do not advertise! If you want a pic to show with your comment, go get a gravatar!

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>