How To Make A Christmas Stocking Tips To Try

Craft and photo credit by Dunelm Mill.
How To Make A Christmas Stocking.

How To Make A Christmas Stocking Tips To Try. Hello friends. Would you like to know how To Make A Christmas Stocking?

So today I will tell you with a little help from my friends at Dunelm Mill.

How To Make A Christmas Stocking.

How To Make A Christmas Stocking:

What You Will Need:

Craft Factory Acrylic Glitter Felt

Needle

Embroidery thread

Fabric glue

 Embellishments – a selection of buttons, beads, bells etc.

Instructions:

Step One:

Firstly, cut you’re red/white felt into two stockings with pinking shears.

Approx. 40 cm (top to heel).

Step Two:

Cut out a square piece of felt the same length of the top of your stocking in a contrasting colour then lay it on top of one of the stockings and attach by using a simple running stitch.

1cm in from the edge, in red or white thread.

Step Three:

Decorate the tops of the stocking by sewing/ glueing on a selection of different embellishments to personalise.

Step Four:

Join your stocking by stitching both pieces together, finishing off by sewing on some ribbon for hanging. Bottom of Form.

How To Make A Christmas Stocking

How To Make A Christmas Stocking Tips To Try:

So what do you think of these tips and tricks to help you make a Christmas Stocking?

About this post – Craft and photo credit by Dunelm Mill.

Are you also looking for more homemade gift ideas?

Here are a few more: 

Glittered Caramel Sauce:

Firstly, glittered caramel sauce. What a neat idea? This looks so delicious too.

So do you fancy making some? Are you looking to add a bit of sparkle to your Christmas treats this year?

How about making your caramel sauce sparkle? How To Make Glittered Caramel Sauce Christmas Special.

Ice Christmas Holiday Cookies With Biscuiteers:

Secondly snownan biscuits!! How sweet is this The Snowman™ And The Snowdog Biscuit Tin?

So thanks to the Biscuiteers, I have their very own recipe to share with you! So you can have a go at making your own Snowman biscuits for Christmas.

How cool? How To Ice Christmas Holiday Cookies With Biscuiteers.

Christmas Chocolate Granola Gifts Ideas: 

Thirdly and some chocolate Homemade Treat Idea.

– Perfect for adult stocking fillers or to hang from the Christmas tree.

– All homemade and filled with love. Christmas Chocolate Granola Gifts.

Mixed Spiced Christmas Robin Biscuits:

Fourthly and how cute are these Christmas robin biscuits?

These are SO sweet.

I bet the children would especially love making some of these with you? Of course, they would look adorable on your kitchen table this Christmas.

Also a great rainy day baking project. Mixed Spiced Christmas Robin Biscuits: Christmas Day Special.

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8 Comments

  1. Radley Collector
    13th December 2012 / 8:19 pm

    They look gorgeous. Its a great way to get the kids involved by making your own stocking. Great post.

  2. Judy Haughton-James
    14th December 2012 / 12:51 am

    Perfect colours for Christmas – red and white! They are beautiful Clairejustine.

  3. premar16
    14th December 2012 / 7:29 am

    these stockings are adorable I had to bookmark this so I make these with my mentally challenged sister she will love these

  4. 17th December 2019 / 10:11 pm

    these are adorable and remind me of my childhood. what a sweet idea.

  5. 24th December 2019 / 4:03 pm

    Your stockings are so cute! Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm!

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