Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Christmas in July Free Bonus Pattern - Big Christmas Stocking | Posh Pooch DEsigns

Christmas in July Free Bonus Pattern - 

Big Christmas Stocking

 Crochet Pattern By Sara Sach



You will find this Stocking Pattern 
to be very, very easy to stitch up, As well as, quick to make. 
And This big Stocking can hold lots of Holiday Goodies.
Look how the Color pooled on this one.
It os Raspberry stripe Bernat Blanket yarn.
The Original Pattern was stitched using 2 strands
 of Worsted Weight (4) yarns.
I have Updated the pattern to be worked up using
 Bernate Blanket yarns.
This makes the stocking even longer!
And OH SO Soft and Squishy!
And Sturdy, too.

You use a N/ 10.00mm Crochet hook in place of the K hook.
But Work the Crochet Pattern exactly the same.

See the Video on my Youtube channel
 at this LINK

Big Christmas Stocking Crochet Pattern By Sara Sach
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Skill level - Easy

Materials :
Crochet Hook: K
Yarn: Worsted Weight Yarn (4) 4 oz. of Each Variegated - C1, Green - C2
           I used I Love Red heart Super Saver
Small Amount of Pom Pom yarn – I used Bernat Christmas Pompom
                            Fun fur, or any fuzzy or pompom yarn can be used here.
Yarn needle

Stitches:
Chain     (ch)
Double Crochet  (dc)
Single Crochet   (sc)
Slip Stitch (slst)
Together    (tog)

Size : 19 inches long and 19 inches around.

Note : The Stocking is Stitched with 2 strands of yarn throughout the project.
Ch 3 count as a Double Crochet.
Pattern:

R : 1 - Starting at the toe of the stocking, With C1, using 2 stands of yarn,
Ch 5,( 1st 3 chs count as 1st dc) 9 dc in the 4th ch from the hook,
join to top of ch 4, ch 3 (10 dc)

R : 2 - 1 dc in the same st as ch3, 2 dc in each dc, join, Ch3  (20dc)

R : 3 – 1 dc in same st as ch3, *1dc in the next st, 2 dc in the next st*
Repeat From * to * around, join, ch 3 (30dc)

R : 4  - 1 dc in each dc, join, ch3 (30dc)

R : 5 – Repeat R : 4


R : 6 – Change to C2, Using 2 strands of yarn,  ch3, 1 dc in the next 19dc, 
(leaving the last 10dc unworked) TURN, ch 3 (20dc)

R : 7 – 1 dc in each dc, ch3, turn(20dc)

R : 8 – 11  - Repeat R : 7


 Forming the heel section
R : 12: Change to C1, using 2 strands of yarn, Repeat R : 7

R : 13-14 – Repeat R : 7

R : 15 – 1 dc in the 1st 9 dc, dc tog the next 2 dc, 1 dc in next 9 dc, ch 3 turn (19dc)

R : 16 - 1 dc in the 1st 8 dc, dc tog the next 2 dc, 1 dc in next 9 dc, ch 3 turn (18dc)




Line up the back of the heel and slst closed, tie off.

 R : 17 – Attach C2, using 2 strands to the top, back of the heel section. 
Dc evenly around the top of the foot section of the Stocking, join, ch 3

You will need 18 dc on the 1st side +  10 dc on the front + 18 on the 2nd side = 46dc



R : 18 – 1 dc in the 1st 20 dc, *dc tog the next 2 dc* Repeat From * to * 2 more times (total of 3 dc dec)
1 dc in the next 20 dc, join, ch 3 (43dc)

R : 19 – 1 dc in the 1st 19 dc, dc tog the next  2 dc, 1 dc in the next dc, dc tog the next  2 dc,
1 dc in the next 20 dc, join, ch 3 (41dc)


 R : 20 – 1dc in each dc, join, ch 3(41dc)

R : 21 – 29 – Repeat R : 21

Forming the Stocking Cuff
R : 30 – Change to C1, using 2 strands of yarn, 1 dc in each dc, join, ch3 (41dc)

R : 31 – 1 dc in each dc, join, ch3

R : 32 – 37 – Repeat R : 31




R : 38 – Change to the pompom yarn and sc around the top 
of the Stocking cuff, join and tie off.
Fold The Top of the stocking over to form the cuff.
You can use fun fur, or any fuzzy yarn also, or don’t use it at all.


Hanger loop:
With 2 strands of C1, Ch 22, attach loop at the top fold 
of the Cuff and tie securely

Pompoms –make 2
Wrap the Pompom yarn around your 4 finger about 10 times, 
loosely. With a 12 in piece of yarn, wrap around and tie.
With 2 strands of C1, Ch 55, attach a pompom to each end of the ch.
Attach the ch to the stocking under the loop hanger.

The pompoms work great with fun fur or reg yarn also,
 but you will need to do more wraps for fuller pompoms.

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I Hope you have enjoyed our 
Christmas In July 2015 Event!
I know I have.
Sara
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