QAYG Makes for a Quick Finish!
This charming stocking will be wonderful hanging from the mantel. It’s surprisingly easy to make, using quilt-as-you-go, and finishes quickly.
Plus it’s a great use of 2 1/2″ strips. Create an appealing combination from your stash or from an already-coordinated jelly roll.
The fabric used in the examples above is available here and here while supplies last.
Part of what makes this so easy is that the pattern is printed on batting so you can start sewing right away. One pattern makes one stocking, although you could trace the pattern (before sewing it up) and transfer it to more batting to make as many as you want.
Here are more examples to get you started.
From Craft Warehouse.
The finished stocking, from June Tailor, is 10” x 18”.
Learn more and watch how it’s made here.
The photo at the top of the page is from Shabby Fabrics.
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