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Faux Fur Cuff Christmas Stocking with FREE Pattern

Faux Fur Cuff Christmas Stocking with FREE Pattern

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Make a Traditional Christmas Stocking with this FREE Faux Fur Cuff Christmas Stocking Sewing Pattern. Use flannel fabric and full fur trim for a heart Christmas Stocking that is reminiscent of a Christmas cabin in the woods. Bring on the sleigh bells and warm fire for roasting chestnuts.

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Faux Fur Cuff Christmas Stocking Pattern Instructions

  • Step 1 – Download, print, and tape together the Christmas Stocking Sewing Pattern. The pattern can be found in the Resource Library.
  • Step 2 – Cut: two of the stocking main pieces, two of the stocking lining pieces, two stocking cuff pieces, and one stocking loop piece.
  • Step 3 – Cut a piece of faux fur 13″ x 5.25″.
  • Step 4 – With scissors trim down the fur 3/8″ wide as thin as possible on the top and side edge to help reduce bulk when sewing the seam allowance.
  • Step 5 – Fold the fur strip in half so the short side line up and sew 3/8″ seam allowance down the short side.
  • Step 6 – Place the Christmas Stocking front and back pieces RST together and sew 3/8″ seam allowance along the outside edges leaving the top open. Cut notches in the curved pieces as shown.
  • Step 7 – Place the Christmas Stocking lining pieces RST together and sew 3/8″ seam allowance along the outside edges leaving a two to three-inch opening at the bottom. Cut notches in the curved pieces as shown.
  • Step 8 – Sew 3/8″ seam allowance around the perimeter of the stocking leaving the top edge open. Trim notches in the curves so the stocking will lay flat when turned right side out.
  • Step 9 – Turn the stocking outside piece right side out and press.
  • Step 10 – Fold the hook piece RST along the long edge and sew a 1/4″ seam allowance down the long edge. Turn right side out and press flat.
  • Step 11 – Slide the fur cuff over the stocking with the right side of the fur and stocking facing up. Line up the raw edges of the stocking and the cuff being sure to also line up the seam allowances on the sides and pin in place.
  • Step 12 – Pin the hook loop to the outside back edge at the seam allowance as shown.
  • Step 13 – Then slide the stocking lining over the stocking front, cuff, and hook loop with the stocking pieces facing RST.
  • Step 14 – Line up the raw edges and pin.
  • Step 15 – Sew around the entire top edge using a 3/8″ seam allowance.
  • Step 16 – Turn the stocking right side out through the opening left in the bottom of the lining.
  • Step 17 – Pull the stocking all the way out as shown and roll the seam allowances flat so that it will lay nicely when tucked inside.
  • Step 18 – Tuck the raw edges of the lining inside and sew the opening closed. You can leave it as is, topstitch the opening closed, or hand stitch the opening closed for a more professional finish.
  • Step 19 – Tuck the lining inside the stocking.
  • Step 20 – Press the outside of the stocking and cuff flat to finish.

Step 1 – Download, print, and tape together the Christmas Stocking Sewing Pattern. The pattern can be found in the Resource Library.

Step 2 – Cut: two of the stocking main pieces, two of the stocking lining pieces, and one stocking loop piece. Additionally, you will cut a fur rectangle with the dimensions listed below.

Step 3 – Cut a piece of faux fur 13″ x 5.25″.

Step 4 – With scissors trim down the fur 3/8″ wide as thin as possible on the top and side edge to help reduce bulk when sewing the seam allowance.

Step 5 – Fold the fur strip in half so the short side line up and sew 3/8″ seam allowance down the short side.

  • Step 6 – Place the Christmas Stocking front and back pieces RST together and sew 3/8″ seam allowance along the outside edges leaving the top open. Cut notches in the curved pieces as shown.
  • Step 7 – Place the Christmas Stocking lining pieces RST together and sew 3/8″ seam allowance along the outside edges leaving a two to three-inch opening at the bottom. Cut notches in the curved pieces as shown.
  • Step 9 – Turn the stocking outside piece right side out and press.

Step 10 – Fold the hook piece RST along the long edge and sew a 1/4″ seam allowance down the long edge. Turn right side out and press flat.

Step 11 – Slide the fur cuff over the stocking with the right side of the fur and stocking facing up. Line up the raw edges of the stocking and the cuff being sure to also line up the seam allowances on the sides and pin in place.

Step 12 – Pin the hook loop to the outside back edge at the seam allowance as shown.

Step 13 – Then slide the stocking lining over the stocking front, cuff, and hook loop with the stocking pieces facing RST.

Step 14 – Line up the raw edges and pin.

Step 15 – Sew around the entire top edge using a 3/8″ seam allowance.

Step 16 – Turn the stocking right side out through the opening left in the bottom of the lining.

Step 17 – Pull the stocking all the way out as shown and roll the seam allowances flat so that it will lay nicely when tucked inside.

Step 18 – Tuck the raw edges of the lining inside and sew the opening closed. You can leave it as is, topstitch the opening closed, or hand stitch the opening closed for a more professional finish.

Step 19 – Tuck the lining inside the stocking.

Step 20 – Press the outside of the stocking and cuff flat to finish.

***** YOU CAN FIND THE FAUX FUR CHRISTMAS STOCKING SEWING PATTERN IN THE RESOURCE LIBRARY.

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Karen

Saturday 14th of November 2020

Thank you for the pattern and tutorial. My daughter asked me to make stockings for her and her cat! The picture she sent me for inspiration was almost identical to this but with white fur. Then one day later your newsletter arrived and my problem was solved. Any tips for sewing with faux fur for the first time?

Shelly

Wednesday 18th of November 2020

How funny! I would use a larger needle and trim the fur down if possible in the seam allowance.

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