I promised my friend Anna I would making stockings for her kids. Umm, Christmas is in three days, oops! So I used our Christmas Stocking Pattern & Tute, but I skipped the layering, batting, and quilting and just went straight from cutting out the pattern to sewing it into a stocking, then added the bias tape on top and called it a day!
15 minutes. Sorry Anna… but they still turned out aight, right? The trick is using a stiffer fabric, in this case Anna Maria Horner’s ridik gorg Innocent Crush Velveteen in Maybe Memory from Fabricworm. BUT if you don’t have any luxurious velveteen lying around, recycling an old curtain or some tea towels would work well. If your fabric isn’t stiff enough just iron on some fusible interfacing. Then hang by the chimney with care…
Voila! Get the full free Christmas Stocking Pattern and Tute here.
Is it insane to think you might make a stocking at this point? Probably. Let me know how you feel about it in the comments, you might win some pretty vinyl snowflakes!