Friday, November 30, 2012

Christmas Stocking Crochet

Start with 55 chain. Starting from the second chain, from the hook. HDC in each chain across. You will end up 54 HDC.

Row 5: 8 slip stitches. Then 38 HDC, and another 8 slip stitch.
Row 6, chain one in turn, put HDC in one across. HDC to 17 Round.
You will finish off with red color and leave and long yarn.

Fold the boot in half and sew it together only by leaving the top open.


Round 17, I am using green yarn. Make a slip knot, and join in from the back center. Pull your yarn through. You will HDC 4 round. You will end up to Row 20.
You can make it as wide and longer you need it by adding chain and more rows.

Now you have your stocking with the hook. You are welcome to add names of your love ones or as I did above.....Joy, Noel, and so on.

I hope you give it try, it is very rewarding and not time consuming at all.

Merry Christmas to all!


  1. Your stocking looks wonderful and your instructions are very clear and understandable. You are inspiring me to take up crocheting - maybe that will be for the new year :) I will have to come to you with my questions :) I hope you have a great weekend...can you believe tomorrow is the 1st of Decemer?!


  2. Dear Stephanie, I am glad you the instructions are clear and that I inspre you to crochet! Thank you again for stopping by and your comments.

  3. Looks like fun. Seeing the flat stocking helps me see how this is done. I may start some in January for next year. (or I might rush out for some red yarn and try them this afternoon!

  4. Thanks for sharing this!! You are reminding me to get out my crotchet as it is a nice time of the year for this lovely craft.

    Thanks for sharing and linking up with me over at WholeHearted Home Wednesdays this past week.

  5. Thank you for linking up at my party Show Me Your Plaid Monday's! I will be pinning every post that links to my Pinterest Page for all to see! I hope that you will come back each week!