If you’d like the pattern, I cannot help. I borrowed a friend’s stockings (that I liked the size and shape of) and traced it onto craft paper. There was my pattern. I just cut the fabric about a half inch bigger all the way around and made it work. Don’t look too close at my “make it work” craftsmanship but I was pleased that I lined them all with white polka dot fabric. 🙂
The dumbest idea I had was to give them a quilted look by drawing diagonal stripes on the fabric and sewing some batting to the fabric. This took waaaaaay longer than planned and you can’t tell unless you look really close. I do like how thick the batting made them but it didn’t need to be quilted in like that.
I anticipated getting these done before last Christmas, but since I didn’t, I did them soon after. I knew if I waited until Christmastime again I would get too busy and this wouldn’t get done. So that is my new theory… Make your Christmas crafts in February and enjoy them in December!
I love the colors–they'd match the ones I chose for December's apron!
Beautiful! I am still hanging onto my husband's that he has had from day one, even though candle wax is stuck on i:( Maybe it's time for a change!
christmas accessories ,just went for whatever graphic red and green fabrics I could find.
these collection are very good