Christmas Trees Stocking

Project #13649

Looking for a merry weekend project? Look no further than this simple and festive creation, designed to hold all kinds of special memories, unforgettable presents and goodies that fit easily through a jolly-sized wide opening.

Fabric Requirements:

YardageFabricCutting Instructions
1/2 yd Pre-quilted fabric, lining See pattern
1/2 yd Fabric of your choice, outside of stocking See pattern
1/4 yd Green wool or polyester felt, pre-washed Cut 3 Trees
1/4 yd Fake fur Cut 6" x 21"
1/4 yd Cording
Green embroidery floss
Jingle bell and beads, assorted colors


  • Finished Size: 18 1/2" x 12 1/2"
  • All seam allowances are 3/8" unless noted.

The teacher will die-cut the materials for student use prior to the lesson.

  1. Cut four stocking shapes from the pattern provided — two from quilted fabric and two from fabric of your choice. Remember that wrong sides will face each other.
  2. Die-cut Christmas Trees from wool or felt.
  3. Use blanket stitch to appliqué the Christmas Trees onto the front piece of stocking. Embellish.
  4. Place finished front on top of corresponding quilt piece and do the same with the back piece.
  5. Place wrong sides together and pin and sew the straight edge on the toe side first to the ankle. Iron this seam flat.
  6. Place fur strip on the inside of the opened stocking, fur side facing in, at the top of stocking and sew.
  7. Close the stocking (wrong sides facing) and finish sewing together all the way to the end of the fur.
  8. Flip the fur over the top of the stocking and fold down.
  9. Make a loop with the cording and sew it to the inside top seam of the heel side of the stocking.

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