Step 6: stitch in loop

I stitched this into the white part of the stocking. About an inch and a half from the middle (So it will be at the top of the stocking when the cuff is folded over). It’s key to make sure the very bottom of the loop is just under the path of where you’re going to sew.
That's what I call "quick thinking" It turned out beautifully!
This is a fun project. I have started making stockings for all of my family using sentimental scraps or clothes. I used running t-shirts with pictures on them, clothings of deceased members and friends, etc. Anything that brings back good memories.
Hello<br /> In what order do I put the cuff, lining , and the out side piece? <br />
Hello<br /> Step 2: Which way is the stocking and lining go? Do you put right side facing up then put lining down? Thank you <br />
Hello<br /> I was looking on your site for the stocking tutorial but I can not find it. What is it under ? Is it still there? www.thescienceofcraft.com Thank you Bethanne<br />
aha cool, looks easy. :D
I think I will go make one of these because we never got anything but the Christmas tree and lights down from the rafters....
I don't think I've seen a more perfectly timed instructable yet. Just today, we realized that we accidentally threw away our stockings (which were in a garbage bag in the garage) Unfortunately, it's 11 o'clock, and there's no way we'll be able to make some. But still - Great instructable!

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