Mini Christmas Stocking Pattern

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Make an adorable, petite stocking with my free and easy to follow Mini Christmas Stocking Pattern! It’s the perfect size for giving small gifts or using in a festive holiday tablescape.
This Mini Christmas Stocking Pattern is so versatile! Use them to hold silverware for a holiday tablescape or fill them with small gifts. I’d love to make a bunch for an advent calendar (maybe I will get around to that next Christmas).
These Mini Christmas Stockings are so quick and easy to make. You could make a lot fast if you worked on them assembly line style. I wanted a simple look for my stockings, so I used a canvas drop cloth. Any fabric would work though, so why not choose something festive?
Print out the stocking template (get the download on my blog ... link below) on card stock paper, then cut it out.

Fold your fabric in half, then trace around the stocking template using a pen.
Pin the two layers of fabric together with the sewing pins, then cut out the stocking following the pen line.
Sew a 1/2-inch seam around the stocking, leaving the top open.
With the stocking still inside out, iron the seams open and trim the seam allowance around the toe of the stocking. Then, turn the stocking right side out and press the seams flat.

Turn the raw edge of the stocking 1/2-inch toward the inside of the stocking, pinning in place. Sew around the top of the stocking 1/4-inch from the edge.
That’s it! Your Mini Christmas Stocking is complete!

Visit my blog post (link below) for the free stocking template, plus decorating tips.
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