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Holly Christmas Stocking Knitted


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Skills Needed

  • Short Rows
  • Stranded
  • Worked In The Round

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Pattern Details

Inspiration for this design came from the beautiful Northwoods area of Wisconsin where we are surrounded by Evergreens and wildlife. You will love this pattern because of the ease in doing the color work due to the pattern being knit in the round - no purling. It is a relatively quick pattern for those who wish to move along in their projects. Pattern includes color chart and alphabet chart for personalizing your stocking. Note: Please read the Notes section carefully for instructions on the short row heel and toe. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Knit in the round with circular needles Knit with double-pointed needles Follow a color chart Color strand work GAUGE 4 stitches per inch SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Finished stocking is 21.5" long by 6.5" wide

Recommended with this pattern

  • Yarn: 200 yds. 2-ply worsted weight wool for main color
  • 80 yds. each worsted weight wool yarn for contrasting colors
  • 16" circular needles sizes 6 & 8

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Annie's Woolens
Annie's Woolens
When I was a mere 9 years old, I decided to knit my family?s Christmas presents. I taught myself the basics and enlisted additional help from a friend of my mother's and the local yarn shop owner. That childhood moment ignited a passion that has now become my profession. Annie's Woolens was launched after the birth of my 3rd daughter in 1988. Knitting and designing for me has grown from a fledgling craft business to a worldwide audience via the Internet in a span of almost 25 years. I am constantly inspired by color, my surroundings in the Northwoods of Wisconsin, and designs perceived in other crafts such as quilting, weaving and basketry.