Christmas Stocking Bunting – A Tutorial

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I love the idea of stockings hung by the fire – especially at Christmas.christmas stocking banner / bunting

Here’s a quick tutorial for Christmas stocking bunting to hang by your fire.

christmas stocking banner / bunting

You’ll need:

Stiff Felt
Fabric scraps (or from fat quarters)
Double fold bias tape (1 package)
Thread
Sharpie or fabric marker
Stocking Pattern (found here)

christmas stocking banner / bunting

Start by cutting out your pattern and using a Sharpie or a fabric marker, trace the pattern onto the stiff felt.

christmas stocking banner / bunting

Cut out the stockings from the felt and the fabric.  You’ll need one stocking for every 5″ of bunting.

christmas stocking banner / bunting

Pin the fabric to the stiff felt and sew around the edge, sewing about 1/8″ away from the edge.

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Continue until all stockings are sewn.

christmas stocking banner / bunting

Pin stockings into the inside of the bias tape.

christmas stocking banner / bunting

Space the stockings 5″ apart.

christmas stocking banner / bunting

Sew along the edge of the bias tape, securing the stockings as you go.

christmas stocking banner / bunting

Enjoy!

christmas stocking banner / bunting
4 Comments

4 Comments on Christmas Stocking Bunting – A Tutorial

  1. Jess
    December 10, 2010 at 12:32 PM (6 years ago)

    that is adorable!!

    Reply
  2. CraftCrave
    December 10, 2010 at 11:11 PM (6 years ago)

    Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave today [11 Dec 01:00am GMT]. Thanks, Maria

    Reply
  3. Youa Vang
    January 10, 2013 at 1:55 PM (4 years ago)

    I made these this past Christmas and brought them to work and hung them in my cube. Everyone in my office thought they were the most darn adorable and cutest thing ever! I am now just exploring the rest of your blog, I am excited to see you are base out of MN, which where I live too. It’s so awesome that you are base here. I follow a lot of blogs and have never crossed anyone from MN. Yeah!! I will be following your blog and will “like” you on Facebook and follow you on Pinterest.

    Reply
  4. darlene
    October 6, 2016 at 2:03 AM (7 months ago)

    So cute and perfect. I saw some with jute cord where they hung from with little clothes pins with sockings hung.

    Reply

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