It’s time for a Crochet Christmas Stocking Pattern Round Up! Christmas is just around the corner! I am so excited to get my handmade crochet stockings out of storage and hang them up all over the house. Do you have a favourite crochet Christmas Stocking pattern?
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Dylan Christmas Stocking
The Dylan Christmas Stocking was released in November 2014 and became an instant classic! Using the same stitch pattern as the rest of the Dylan patterns, this fun and simple design really pops thanks to the playful pompoms!
The sample shown was made using Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice in White, Cranberry, and Silver Heather.
Like the Dylan Stocking, the Victoria Christmas Stocking was also released in November 2014. Arguably the best-selling Sincerely, Pam stocking pattern, the Victoria uses two simple stitch repeats to create a design that could easily become a family heirloom.
This sample was made using Red Heart Yarn’s Colorscape in Montreal.
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Another favourite over here is the Reindeer Christmas Stocking. This design is a free tapestry crochet pattern right here on the blog! This design also happens to be one of Country Living Magazine’s 20 Best Crochet Christmas Stocking Patterns to Spruce up Your Mantel in 2019!
Making one of your own? Try using Lion Brand Wool-Ease in Forest Green Heather and Wheat.
Another gorgeous Christmas Stocking pattern is the Danielle Stocking. Similar to the Victoria Stocking above, this design uses self-striping yarn to really highlight the stitch pattern of the Stocking. As a result, this also removes the need for colour changing and weaving in ends!
To get a similar result, I recommend using Red Heart Yarns Roll With It Melange in colour Theater.
Oh my goodness, I sure do love this little guy! The Gnome Christmas Stocking was designed using Tapestry Crochet and features a little Gnome who can easily become an Elf, or even Santa just by switching out the colours you choose for his hat and outfit.
This stocking would look great in Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice.
Steff Herringbone Stocking
The Steff Stocking has recently undergone a face-lift! Orignally designed using super bulky Loops and Threads Cozy Wool the sample shown above is now lighter with worsted weight yarn (Red Heart Yarn Colorscape) and has an updated cuff! I think the simple stitch pattern in the Stocking really lends itself to a cuff with more detailing, and you know I can’t say no to cute little pompoms!
Finally we are at the seventh crochet Christmas Stocking pattern! The Alex Christmas Stocking is another freebie on the blog. This pattern orignally started life as a super bulky stocking using Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick. Although I did love the Farmhouse feel the original yarn gave it, I really wanted to be able to mix and match all 7 stockings. This meant that I needed to give them the same toes, heels, and yarn weights. Now, no matter which stocking you make, they can all be hung side-by-side and look right at home.
Furthermore, with the updated worsted yarn, you can make two Alex Stockings from only one Caron Cake! How cool is that?!
That’s it for 2019! So tell me, do you have a favourite Stocking in this Round up?
Until next time, Happy Crocheting!