Ugly Christmas Sweater Stocking

Crochet Pattern

You will need approximately 400 grams / 932 metres of DK yarn to make a stocking approximately 40cm long and 20cm wide.

Materials you will need

• Yarn Weight: South African Acrylic DK.
• Hook Size – 3mm – pom poms.
• Hook Size – 4mm and 4.5mm.
• Stitch markers.
• Poly stuffing, a few grams for stuffing pom poms (optional).
• 10 jingle bells (optional; we recommend a 10mm – 12mm bell).
• A few Christmassy thingies (optional).
• Ribbon for decorating, roughly 1 metre (10mm wide).
• Name tag (optional).
• Needle for needle joins and sewing in ends.
• Cat brush or fine-toothed comb for brushing out yarn (optional).

This is not a step-by-step photo tutorial, the instructions are written with some photos along the way.

This pattern is available in the Christmas A-long bundle (a discounted 25 pattern bundle that is being run as a Christmas a-long advent calendar – with 1 pattern being released each day for 25 days)

Designers

Granny2

FPattern Info

  • Skill Level: Intermediate
  • Hook Size: 4 & 4.5mm / F & G
  • Yarn Weight: DK
  • Terminology: US with metric sizes

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