This classic Quilted Diamond Christmas Stocking will be a delightful addition to your holiday decor, it’s sure to become a cherished family tradition.
In this tutorial, we’ll begin by piecing the diamonds and then move on to creating a fully-lined Christmas Stocking.
To assist you in crafting your own stockings, grab your free Christmas Stocking Pattern from the Pattern Library HERE. Start your holiday tradition today!
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Approximate finished size:13½” x 20½”
Tools Needed to Make a Diamond Christmas Stocking
- Co-ordinating Thread
- Printed pattern found HERE or make your own using a stocking you already have
- Basting pins
- Sewing Scissors
- Regular Scissors
- Sewing machine – I have this one
- Iron I have this one and this Mat or Ironing Board
You can find out more about which tools I recommend over here.
Supplies Needed to Make a Diamond Christmas Stocking
I recommend using 100% quilting cotton for this project.
- 1½ Yards for lining, backing, and loop
- Various Fat Quarters or Scrap Fabric for Diamond Top
- 16″ x 24″ Piece of Batting
Free Christmas Stocking Template
Get your free copy of my Christmas Stocking Template over at my Free Pattern Library HERE.
Please watch my video for full instructions on how to make a Quilted Christmas Stocking. If you enjoy my tutorial please hit the like button!
Explore another festive twist in my Christmas stocking tutorials! This one comes with a charming cuff and sewn squares. Learn how to make it right over HERE!
Looking for more Christmas project inspiration? Check out my other Christmas Sewing Projects below or for a full list, click here:
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