We will be needing an extra Christmas stocking next year and I've been wanting to replace the one we have for our son. So... I decided to make 2 stockings from fabric I bought last Christmas.
These are super quick and easy to make! Here's how:
Trace a stocking you already have adding in 1/4" all around for seam allowances. This will be your pattern (or find a pattern online). Using the pattern cut out 2 pieces of fabric for lining, 2 pieces of fabric for the outside and 2 pieces of fusible fleece. Iron fleece to the wrong side of both outside fabric pieces. With right sides together, sew the outside pieces together. Do the same for the lining (minus the fusible fleece), but leave a 3" opening one one side (to later turn the stocking right side out). Cut an 8" x 2" piece of fabric to hang the stocking OR use a piece of ribbon approximately 1/2" wide by 8" long. If using fabric to hang the stocking, fold this piece in half lengthwise & iron, open and then fold outer edges in to center & iron. Fold in half again & iron. This gives you a piece that's 1/2" x 8". Topstitch around long edges.
Then you can follow the Lined Stocking With a Cuff Tutorial to finish off the stocking!