Today, I'm going to share a scrappy stocking tutorial.
List of materials:
-1/2 yard fabric for lining
-1/2 yard fusible interfacing (I recommend SF101 or SF911)
-one fat quarter of coordinating fabric
1) Trace an existing stocking onto paper for your template. If you need a template, please email me at parandroid7 at gmail dot com, and I can send you mine. My template is approximately 11" x 18".
3) Sew lining pieces right sides together.
5) Sew scraps together to form patchwork of approximately 11" x 18".
Don't be afraid to trim as you go, and give it some wonkiness!
7) Apply interfacing to wrong side of fat quarter of fabric. Cut template from fat quarter, making sure that it is the mirror image of your patchwork piece.
8)Sew exterior pieces, with right sides together. Again, clip your curves!
9)Cut a scrap or solid piece of fabric 15" x 10.5". Fold in half (lengthwise) with wrong sides together.
10)Fold in half (widthwise), and sew together.
12)Sew and turn right side out. Press with seam at center of back.
Insert hanger on inside of lining, folded in half (widthwise), being sure to place it on the back of the stocking, opposite of the toe area (imagine how it will hang).
The hanger should align (raw edges) with top of stocking.
Finally, place cuff inside lining, making sure strap is between lining and cuff.
**And very important (from my lessons learned!), the cuff seam should be visible on the inside, so that it will be hidden when you finish!).
Flip cuff and hanger out and press.
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