Video 23: Christmas Stocking

These quick and easy stockings make great last minute presents. Draw your stocking leaving the opening at 16″ wide. Use your favorite sports team fabrics to personalize them.

This pattern brought to you by a friend of a friend of a friend … not sure who to give credit to!

Happy Holidays! We look forward to a New Year filled with more videos, more lessons, and lots of inspiration!

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41 thoughts on “Video 23: Christmas Stocking”

  1. [..YouTube..] I am going to use this technique of putting together and sewing the pieces to make handbags! Thanks for this tutorial….I am going to be make a ton of bags.

  2. [..YouTube..] I am going to use this technique of putting together and sewing the pieces to make handbags! Thanks for this tutorial….I am going to be make a? ton of bags.

  3. [..YouTube..] I am going to use this technique? of putting together and sewing the pieces to make handbags! Thanks for this tutorial….I am going to be make a ton of bags.

  4. [..YouTube..] I am going to use this technique of putting together and sewing the pieces to make handbags! Thanks for this tutorial….I? am going to be make a ton of bags.

  5. [..YouTube..] I am going to use this technique of putting together and sewing the pieces to make handbags! Thanks for this tutorial….I am going? to be make a ton of bags.

  6. [..YouTube..] I am going to use this technique of putting together and sewing the pieces to make? handbags! Thanks for this tutorial….I am going to be make a ton of bags.

  7. [..YouTube..] I am going to use this technique of putting together and sewing the pieces to make handbags! Thanks for this tutorial….I am going to be make a ton of? bags.

  8. I am going to use this technique of putting together and sewing the pieces to make handbags! Thanks for this tutorial….I am going to be make a ton of bags.

  9. Hello,

    I am so happy to have found your website and videos on line today! Your instructions are great and very informative and to the point with all the details. I was able to make a pillow case cover and look forward to making these stockings!

    Thanks for all your help. Look forward to your website being done. Will you be having fabric for sale through your website?

    Happy New Year
    Debbie W

  10. [..YouTube..] Okay, I finally carefully read the credits and now know that Marc Griffen (I’m assuming this is your husband?) is the great cameraman. Nice going, Marc; you really know what you’re doing. And I see that Jessica is also doing a great job with the lighting. I also like pkrishma’s idea of using this technique for making handbags, but I’ll probably use it for making shopping/tote bags to use as gifts. Thanks, Aimee and family for another great video.

  11. [..YouTube..] Okay, I finally carefully read the credits and now know that Marc Griffen (I’m assuming this is your husband?) is the great cameraman. Nice going, Marc; you really know what you’re doing. And I see that Jessica is also doing a great job with the lighting. I also like pkrishma’s idea of using this technique for making handbags, but I’ll probably use it for making shopping/tote bags to use as gifts. Thanks, Aimee and family for another great video.?

  12. [..YouTube..] Okay, I finally carefully read the credits and now know that Marc Griffen (I’m assuming this is your husband?) is the great cameraman. Nice going, Marc; you really know what you’re doing. And I see that Jessica is? also doing a great job with the lighting. I also like pkrishma’s idea of using this technique for making handbags, but I’ll probably use it for making shopping/tote bags to use as gifts. Thanks, Aimee and family for another great video.

  13. [..YouTube..] Okay, I finally carefully read the credits and now know that Marc Griffen (I’m assuming this is your husband?) is the great cameraman. Nice going, Marc; you really know what you’re? doing. And I see that Jessica is also doing a great job with the lighting. I also like pkrishma’s idea of using this technique for making handbags, but I’ll probably use it for making shopping/tote bags to use as gifts. Thanks, Aimee and family for another great video.

  14. [..YouTube..] Okay, I finally? carefully read the credits and now know that Marc Griffen (I’m assuming this is your husband?) is the great cameraman. Nice going, Marc; you really know what you’re doing. And I see that Jessica is also doing a great job with the lighting. I also like pkrishma’s idea of using this technique for making handbags, but I’ll probably use it for making shopping/tote bags to use as gifts. Thanks, Aimee and family for another great video.

  15. [..YouTube..] Okay, I finally carefully read the credits and now know that Marc Griffen (I’m assuming this is your husband?) is the? great cameraman. Nice going, Marc; you really know what you’re doing. And I see that Jessica is also doing a great job with the lighting. I also like pkrishma’s idea of using this technique for making handbags, but I’ll probably use it for making shopping/tote bags to use as gifts. Thanks, Aimee and family for another great video.

  16. [..YouTube..] Okay, I finally carefully read the credits and now know that Marc Griffen (I’m assuming this is your husband?) is the great cameraman. Nice going, Marc; you really? know what you’re doing. And I see that Jessica is also doing a great job with the lighting. I also like pkrishma’s idea of using this technique for making handbags, but I’ll probably use it for making shopping/tote bags to use as gifts. Thanks, Aimee and family for another great video.

  17. Okay, I finally carefully read the credits and now know that Marc Griffen (I’m assuming this is your husband?) is the great cameraman. Nice going, Marc; you really know what you’re doing. And I see that Jessica is also doing a great job with the lighting. I also like pkrishma’s idea of using this technique for making handbags, but I’ll probably use it for making shopping/tote bags to use as gifts. Thanks, Aimee and family for another great video.

  18. [..YouTube..] Hi newbeequitler! Marc here … thanks for your kind comment! Since Aimee is a great face-to-face teacher, I try to recreate that with a “looking over the shoulder” vantage point instead of the traditional approach seen in most other videos (from the front or directly overhead). The tough part is keeping still, as I do most of the recording free hand.

  19. [..YouTube..] Hi newbeequitler! Marc here … thanks for your kind comment! Since Aimee is a great face-to-face teacher, I try to recreate? that with a “looking over the shoulder” vantage point instead of the traditional approach seen in most other videos (from the front or directly overhead). The tough part is keeping still, as I do most of the recording free hand.

  20. [..YouTube..] Hi newbeequitler! Marc here …? thanks for your kind comment! Since Aimee is a great face-to-face teacher, I try to recreate that with a “looking over the shoulder” vantage point instead of the traditional approach seen in most other videos (from the front or directly overhead). The tough part is keeping still, as I do most of the recording free hand.

  21. [..YouTube..] Hi newbeequitler! Marc? here … thanks for your kind comment! Since Aimee is a great face-to-face teacher, I try to recreate that with a “looking over the shoulder” vantage point instead of the traditional approach seen in most other videos (from the front or directly overhead). The tough part is keeping still, as I do most of the recording free hand.

  22. [..YouTube..] Hi newbeequitler! Marc here … thanks for? your kind comment! Since Aimee is a great face-to-face teacher, I try to recreate that with a “looking over the shoulder” vantage point instead of the traditional approach seen in most other videos (from the front or directly overhead). The tough part is keeping still, as I do most of the recording free hand.

  23. [..YouTube..] Hi newbeequitler! Marc here … thanks for your kind comment! Since Aimee is a great face-to-face teacher, I try to recreate that with a “looking over the shoulder” vantage point instead of the traditional approach seen in most other videos (from the front or directly overhead). The tough part is keeping still, as I do most of the? recording free hand.

  24. [..YouTube..] Hi newbeequitler! Marc here … thanks for your kind comment! Since Aimee is a great face-to-face teacher, I try to recreate that with a “looking over the shoulder” vantage point instead of the traditional approach seen in? most other videos (from the front or directly overhead). The tough part is keeping still, as I do most of the recording free hand.

  25. Hi newbeequitler! Marc here … thanks for your kind comment! Since Aimee is a great face-to-face teacher, I try to recreate that with a “looking over the shoulder” vantage point instead of the traditional approach seen in most other videos (from the front or directly overhead). The tough part is keeping still, as I do most of the recording free hand.

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