Christmas Stocking Sewing Pattern Roundup by Nancy Zieman Productions

ChristmasStocking RoundUp

Christmas Stocking Sewing Pattern Roundup by Nancy Zieman Productions

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ChristmasStocking RoundUp

Find all the inspiration you’ll need to sew for Christmas, right here! In today’s Christmas Stocking Pattern Roundup, view a gallery of stocking designs and choose one or more to fit your décor. In just a couple evenings of sewing enjoyment, you’ll have a new stocking, or two, or four!


2018 Nancy Zieman Productions Christmas Stocking Sewing Challenge Badge

Don’t forget to enter your Christmas Stocking in the 2018 NZP Christmas Stocking Sewing Challenge! The deadline to enter is Tuesday, November 27, 2018. Make sure you are subscribed to the Nancy Zieman Productions enews mailing list so you won’t miss a thing.

Stocking Pattern Round Up

 

2018 Nancy Zieman Productions Christmas Stocking Sewing Challenge Badge

Half-Square Patchwork Stocking by Nancy Zieman Productions: This is a perfect stash-buster project or use a package of charm squares. The half-square triangles stitch together quickly using the No-Hassle Triangles Gauge.

 

Tumbler Christmas Stocking Sewing Tutorial by Nancy Zieman

Tumbler Stocking by Nancy Zieman: From elegant to whimsical, Christmas stockings are a great way to add a pop of holiday cheer to any room. Plus, they can readily be sewn in a few hours of enjoyable sewing time. Using Grandmother’s One Patch Template: Tumbler Block allows you to create this classy silk design in a snap.

 

Sew an Elf Christmas Stocking Sewing Tutorial by Nancy Zieman

Ribbon Elf Stocking by Nancy Zieman, featuring a stocking template by Patty Young for Baby Lock: Today we’re going to change up the design a bit and feature Nancy’s Lime, Pink and Teal Ribbons from Renaissance Ribbons.

 

 

Baby Lock Christmas Stocking Tutorials

Christmas Stocking Projects from Baby Lock, enter keyword “stocking:Baby Lock has over a hundred projects to choose from, in every size, shape, and function available. Make beautiful decorations for your home or create the perfect gift for someone you love.

Kraft-Tex Gift Cones Free Project from C&T

Choose your favorite reindeer, Or Santa’s Hat, and make a Kraft-Tex Cone “Stocking” from C&T Publishing.

 

Martingale Publishing Freebie Christmas Stocking Pattern

Here’s a freebie Christmas stocking pattern from Martingale’s Stitch This! Blog. Dawn Anderson created this traditional Christmas red and green stocking with a whimsical pointed toe. The cuff is richly finished with velvet ribbon edged with rows of bugle beads.

 

Make a Christmas Stocking from a T-Shirt by Mary Mulari

Make a Christmas Stocking from a T-shirt! T-shirts, we all have them. Whether from schools, vacations, concerts, sport events, or charitable causes, T-shirts hold memories usually stored in a drawer. Mary Mulari, our recycling expert, is here to encourage you to give those T-shirts a second chance and create unique gifts while renewing memories.

PellonStocking

I {Heart} Pellon Stocking from Pellon Projects: Ready to dress up that mantle in style? The I {heart} Pellon stocking with patchwork detail and optional embroidery will make any mantle Santa-ready.

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Nancy Zieman Ribbons for Renaissance Ribbons

For a chance to win a Nancy Zieman Renaissance Ribbons Bundle, 2 yd. ea. of five different ribbons, please leave a comment below sharing your plans for sewing a Christmas Stocking this season.

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The randomly selected winner of a  No-Hassle Triangles Gauge from Clover is Joanna.

Nancy Zieman No Hassle Triangles Gauge by Clover NeedlecraftHer comment is: I was working on a project that I didn’t know what to do with when finished…now I do! It would make one great big stocking for my husband and me! Now to finish it and enter!
2018 Nancy Zieman Productions Christmas Stocking Sewing Challenge Badge
Be sure to join in and follow the 2018 Nancy Zieman Productions Christmas Stocking Sewing Challenge at the NZP Blog and enter your stocking by emailing a photo of your stocking to [email protected]

 

Happy Sewing,

Team Nancy Zieman

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39 Comments

  • Ennis A Weeks
    November 13, 2018

    My daughter bought some beautiful stockings last Christmas on sale. For all 12 members of her immediate family!! I monogrammed all of those. Beautiful!!! My youngest daughter loved them so much, she has asked for hers to be monogrammed. So, busy again!!!

  • Jade
    November 13, 2018

    I want to make bride and groom themed stockings for my son and daughter-in-law who just got married.

  • Debra
    November 13, 2018

    We have a multitude (it seems) of new babies in our family this year! I have been sewing stockings for these new members of the family.

  • Lorraine Alves
    November 13, 2018

    My friend moved into a new home and has a rose and mint color scheme in her living room. I plan to make her stockings using rose and mint fabric scraps I have from a quilt project.

  • Ruth Biese
    November 13, 2018

    I have a new great granddaughter and great grandson to make a stocking for this year. What a treat it would be to add some ribbon to their stocking.

  • diane c
    November 13, 2018

    I am making 2 stockings for my new granddaughter — one for her house and one for ours. Just waiting for her to be born so I can put the name on both

  • Julie Kill
    November 13, 2018

    I need to make a stocking for my great nephew. I’m thinking something with cars and trucks…..

  • Bonnye
    November 13, 2018

    It is a tradition in my husband’s family for the grandmother to make Christmas stockings for the grandchildren. I have 4 young grandchildren and I am late in making them. The ribbon would motivate me.

  • Lu Rae Smith
    November 13, 2018

    I plan on making a new christmas stocking for my husband and me. The one we have I made probably about 35 years ago. I’d like to make one that is more suited to our style now a days.

  • MoeWest
    November 13, 2018

    I have some new stockings in progress for my husband and I. The pattern is from ‘A Change of Seasons’ by Bonnie Sullivan. I won’t be entering them in your challenge though because I’m Canadian.

  • Olga Castillo
    November 13, 2018

    Love the ribbons. Would look great on any holiday decoration.

  • Deborah Whaley
    November 13, 2018

    I love making stockings. I’ve made them for all of my kids and grandkids. My daughter has a set I embroidered with each of their names on it that she hangs on their fireplace mantle every year.

  • Clovis
    November 13, 2018

    The ribbons would look good on any stocking or purse. Thanks for the chance to win.

  • June Grigg
    November 13, 2018

    I plan to make a table runner and now I will make a scrappy stocking and add ribbon and lace to it. Love to sew and love your products.

  • Melissa
    November 13, 2018

    I love the stockings with the tipped toe that has a bell on it. What a fun way to stash small Christmas gifts!

  • Cathy Sawatzky
    November 13, 2018

    I plan to make new stockings for my family this year. Five altogether. Love all the different patterns.

  • Mary Green
    November 13, 2018

    In the 50’s, my mother made felt stockings decorated with felt appliqué, sequins and beads for the four of us kids. She later made one for each of our spouses and then for our children as they came along. Now I have my stockings and made one for our son-in-law and then for the first granddaughter four years ago. Our second granddaughter needs one so that is what I will be doing this year…with felt, sequins and beads. Thank you, Mom, for starting this lovely family tradition.

  • Lynne H
    November 13, 2018

    Seriously downsizing and these would be the basis for ‘packable’ Christmas decor!

  • Collins Carol
    November 13, 2018

    Celebrating my niece and nephew’s first home. Will be making stockings for them including one for their pet rabbit!

  • Moira
    November 13, 2018

    I’ve got an orphan quilt block that I’m seriously thinking of making into a Christmas stocking to use either as a gift or to add to my collection of stockings.

  • Janet johnson
    November 13, 2018

    I found some red wool in my stash that I thought I would use to make red stockings and trim with white fur.

  • Beverly
    November 13, 2018

    Ribbon trim is so rarely found anymore, but those of us who have been sewing for over 50 years still like to use lovely ribbons on special projects. What a great giveaway!

  • Cecilia
    November 13, 2018

    I love all the stockings here, want to make some for my son’s out of their decease Father’s ties, also some of the shirts .

  • Ellen
    November 13, 2018

    New babies in the family always mean a new stocking to make. I hope to make many more!

  • Teri
    November 13, 2018

    I hope to make stockings for my son and his family this year. Love all these ideas.

  • Linda
    November 13, 2018

    I am going to make a quilted stocking for my daughter. She and her husband bought a new house that has a fire place. I may have to attach ribbon to a Santa hat for Sam the dog. I love it.

  • Donna Fecteau
    November 13, 2018

    No new additions to our family year so need to make new stockings for my family. However, I plan to make a few for our local women’s shelter. I think they need a little festive in their lives.

  • CARLA WHITE
    November 13, 2018

    I have been made a great-grandmother this past October 20th for a new bouncing baby boy of 7lbs and 8 oz. He will need at least one Christmas stocking and it will be embroidered with his name and CHRISTMAS 2018 so he can get a new one each year with a new year on it. I can’t wait to decide which of the patterns I will do. They are all so cute.

  • Barbara
    November 13, 2018

    I will make Christmas stocking for an “Alone Lady” in our area. She has suffered losses of 2 family members & her faithful dog Holly. Surely, she cannot have anything else happen. We will have her for Thanksgiving (if she wants, if not we will serve it at her home). I am sure there are many like her, we just need to look for them.
    Thank you for this chance.

  • Diana Pals
    November 13, 2018

    I’ve just made a new Christmas stocking for our new grandson who wil be arriving close to Dec 22! Loved looking at the ideas on this site!

  • LORETTA OBRIEN
    November 13, 2018

    I ‘d like to make my daughter and son-in-law Christmas stockings. We have had store-bought stockings when my kids were younger but now I’d like to make them myself. My son-in-law is Mexican and they don’t have this tradition.

  • Hannah W
    November 13, 2018

    I’ve got three stockings to make this year…just a bit behind:)

  • Gail Beam
    November 13, 2018

    I hope to make some Christmas stockings for some family members.

  • Barbara Howes
    November 13, 2018

    I think our neighborhood newlyweds might like stockings this year!

  • Berenice
    November 13, 2018

    My lovely granddaughter needs a Christmas stocking this year!! Need to hop on it, very few sewing days left….

  • Beth Megee
    November 15, 2018

    Our great-grandma made us Christmas stockings one year that were little red cowboy boots with a Santa face on them for my little boys, an “argyle sock” for my husband and a pink “button up” ladies’ boot for me. These were all perfectly made out of beautiful, clear-colors felt fabric. This was about 55 years ago, and all four stockings are still in perfect condition. Brings back sweet memories when I unpack them each Christmas.

  • Susan
    November 15, 2018

    Love the idea of using T-shirts for Christmas stockings. My children will be surprised to have stockings from teams past for Christmas present to enjoy for Christmas future.

  • Barb K
    November 15, 2018

    I especially like the Pointed toe elf stocking–May have to try this one!

  • Juanita Decquir
    November 18, 2018

    I love making Christmas stockings.. This year it’s New Orleans Saints!! Who dat?

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