Stiletto Christmas Stocking

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Stiletto Christmas Stocking Pattern


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Sewing: Stiletto Christmas Stocking
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • The techniques used are freehand sewing along a guideline, turning, pivoting, clipping, edge stitching & layering of fabrics.

Pattern Description:

The Stiletto heel stocking design is contemporary and elegant. It features soft scallops at the cuff & toe, beautiful lace throughout the body, a lace-up trim on the front tied in a bow at the arch.

This PDF Pattern includes:

- full sized pattern pieces (no resizing is required, just tape together)
- pattern layout diagrams & assembly instructions
- step-by-step instructions with detailed diagrams, tips and full colour photos
- measurements are provided in Imperial & Metric

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Finished Stocking Size (approximate) is 20" long (top of cuff to bottom of heel) & 8" wide (across the top).


  • Complete list of supplies shown in photo above

You Will Also Need:

  • Complete list of supplies shown in photo above

About Designer

About Designer

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Textiles have been a life long passion. It began at a very young age with fabric scraps from my mother's sewing projects & the desire to create has only increased over time.

I have had the pleasure of working with clients for the past 3 decades. It has brought me invaluable experience in design, pattern drafting & construction techniques with a variety of textiles - from formal to active ...

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