5 Days of Merry Making: Quilt-as-You-Go Holiday Stockings

The 5 Days of Merry Making mini-series wraps up on Friday, December 11th at 2:00 PM CT. For our final project, learn how to make quilt-as-you-go holiday stockings with sewing expert Mister Domestic. Click here to download the materials list, patterns, instructions, and recipes!

Series Schedule:

Monday, December 7th at 2:00 PM CT – Mini Knitted Mittens Ornament

Tuesday, December 8th at 3:00 PM CT – Hot Cocoa Mug Decorated Cookies

Wednesday, December 9th at 2:00 PM CT – Felt Christmas Bulb Garland

Thursday, December 10th at 2:00 PM CT – Quilted Joy Chenille Pillow

Friday, December 11th at 2:00 PM CT – Quilt-as-You-Go Holiday Stockings

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35 Responses to “5 Days of Merry Making: Quilt-as-You-Go Holiday Stockings”
  1. Jean
    Jean

    I am a member but do you have an app that I can download to go to on a regular basis. My old Crafts app does not work

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  2. Debra Ascheman
    Debra Ascheman

    Mr domestic I just love you! You always make me smile and you’re such a wonderful person. You do your daughter proud!

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  3. Chris Rasmussen
    Chris Rasmussen

    Thank you, I’ve never seen machine quilting, I think I can do this. I helped my grandma and great grandma as a tiny child when they did the hand quilting, I would crawl under the quilt to push the needle back through.

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  4. Elise
    Elise

    Hallo Mr.D! I’m following your stocking making from Holland. You are giving me a lot of energy! Thanks for beeing so positive! Love your workshop!

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  5. Piece of Me
    Piece of Me

    You could make a great scrappy stocking with different width strips left over from other projects….

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  6. Marjorie Valdes
    Marjorie Valdes

    Here from CA. Just found you last week. I am loving you. What size needle are you using?

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  7. Elizabeth
    Elizabeth

    I am sooo envious of a machine that cuts the thread for you. I’ll be sewing these on my 25-year-old Omega. I’m moving and don’t have access to my fabric stash, so I may be combining sewing and knitting. I will make little rectangular swatches and quit together little “scraps” of my own handspun. Oh, the fuzz….

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  8. Beth Kowalski
    Beth Kowalski

    I saw earlier this week, a project resembling attic windows which was sewn as a step by step quilt as you go by
    Anna Marie Horner? How can I access this, please? Thanks. Beth

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  9. kathy swift
    kathy swift

    How about spending this time figuring out how we can get all the patterns we previously paid for? and you told us we did not have to print them all out because we would continue to have access to them.. hmmm ….

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