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Patchwork Quilt Christmas Stocking

Patchwork Quilt Christmas Stocking

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Make a fun and colorful Christmas Stocking with this FREE Patchwork Quilted Christmas Stocking Sewing Pattern. Use fabric scraps or a mini charm pack to piece the Christmas stocking for a scrap happy crazy quilt Christmas Stocking.

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Patchwork Quilt 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: one of the stocking main pieces and two of the stocking lining pieces.
  • Step 3 – Start by chain piecing your mini charm squares into columns. There will be six columns and 9 rows.
  • Step 4 – Piece the columns into rows and press the seams so the first row seams face outward and the second-row seams face inward.
  • Step 5 – For the loop piece together four 2.5″ charm squares in a column.
  • Step 6 – Cut the Stocking front pattern out of the patchwork rectangle. Depending on how many pieces your mini charm pack has you can make the patchwork piece in an L shape using 44 – 2.5″ pieces.
  • Step 7 – Place the Christmas Stocking front and back pieces RST together and sew 3/8″ seam allowance along the outside edges leaving the top open. Trim notches in the curves.
  • Step 8 – 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 right side out and press.
  • Step 10 – Fold the pieced hook strip 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 – 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 12 – Pin the hook loop to the outside back edge at the seam allowance as shown.
  • Step 13 – Sew around the entire top edge using a 3/8″ seam allowance.
  • Step 14 – Turn the stocking right side out through the opening left in the bottom of the lining.
  • Step 15 – 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 16 – 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 17 – Tuck the lining inside the stocking.
  • Step 18 – Press the outside of the stocking 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: one of the stocking main pieces and two of the stocking lining pieces.

Step 3 – Start by chain piecing your mini charm squares into columns. There will be six columns and 9 rows.

Step 4 – Piece the columns into rows.

Step 5 – Press the seams so the first row seams face inward and the second-row seams face outward as shown above.

Step 6 – For the loop piece together four 2.5″ charm squares in a column. Fold the pieced hook strip RST along the long edge and sew a 1/4″ seam allowance down the long edge. Turn right side out and press flat.

Step 7 – Cut the Stocking front pattern out of the patchwork rectangle. Depending on how many pieces your mini charm pack has you can make the patchwork piece in an L shape using 44 – 2.5″ pieces.

Step 8 – Place the Christmas Stocking front and back pieces RST together.

Step 9 – Sew 3/8″ seam allowance along the outside edges leaving the top open. Trim notches in the curves.

Step 10 – Turn the stocking right side out and press.

Step 11 – 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 12 – Pin the hook loop to the outside back edge at the seam allowance as shown.

Step 11 – Slide the stocking lining over the stocking front, cuff, and hook loop with the stocking pieces facing RST.

Step 12 – Line up the raw edges and pin.

Step 13 – Sew around the entire top edge using a 3/8″ seam allowance.

Step 14 – Turn the stocking right side out through the opening left in the bottom of the lining.

Step 15 – 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 16 – 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 17 – Tuck the lining inside the stocking.

Step 18 – Press the outside of the stocking flat to finish.

***** YOU CAN FIND THE PATCHWORK QUILT CHRISTMAS STOCKING SEWING PATTERN IN THE RESOURCE LIBRARY.

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Wanda Weisse

Thursday 3rd of December 2020

Dear Shelly, I must be missing a step, but I keep signing into the resource library and I can't print a pattern. I don't know how many times I have signed in. What am I missing in the process?

Germaine Dubois

Saturday 28th of November 2020

Love the patchwork quilted stocking - I'm planning to remake my kids their Christmas Stockings this year plus one for my daughters boyfriend - I have your pattern all saved - but I wanted to print out the instructions - but it would cut off sentences - Is there a way that I can print off a clean instruction for this stocking - this would help alot - as My sewing area is no where near where my computer is and having the instructions printed out would be a great thing Have a great day Germaine

Lisa from Cucicucicoo Eco Sewing and Crafting

Wednesday 18th of November 2020

Very cute stocking! Such a good way to use up scraps, too!

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