It’s that time of year again and I just need to whip up a couple of Christmas Stockings. This year I’m putting photo frames on my stockings so there are no “I’ve been good all year and I got coal” incidents like last year! Sometimes Santa doesn’t take the time to read name tags, so I’m hoping a photo will do the trick. Plus we always have out of town visitors over Christmas, so I can slip a photo of each guest into the built-in photo frame and know that they will feel loved (and hopefully get the right gifts).
This stocking is clever and easy to make. I just have to remember to switch off my brain and follow the instructions when it comes to putting the layers together. It always works. I end up with a perfectly lined stocking! But I’m an over thinker and that just leads to trouble (ask my husband). So take your time and enjoy the process. It’s actually quite a quick stocking to make.
Okay lets go. Make the photo frame first. I played with a couple different ways to do this and decided this was the easiest and simplest – a bit of careful cutting. I added a little simple decorative hand stitching around the inside edge and finished it with a bow.
A quick bit of quilting
Slap on some heels, toes and the frame.
Now Relax your brain and layer it up. Add hanger ribbon and the cuff.
Turn it right-side-out and you are done.
Don’t have Christmas fabric lying around? We think this stocking would look great in Royal Tea,
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