Crochet Christmas stockings are fun to make and can add a personalized touch to the Holiday season.
Whether you are making them for your holiday decor or making for gifts, you will find Christmas stocking patterns in all different shapes and sizes, there is bound to be something for everyone.
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What Is The Best Yarn For Crochet Christmas Stockings?
Most of the patterns for these crochet Christmas stockings use worsted-weight yarn which is about 10 ply.
Some popular brands of yarn used to make the designs on this page include Lion Brands Vanna's Choice, Red Heart Super Saver, Caron Simply Soft, and Yarn Bee's Rustic Romantic.
However, you can use just about any type and color of yarn to crochet Christmas stockings.
How Do You Crochet Christmas Stockings?
Christmas stockings are crocheted like you would a sock, and can be made to any size.
Some Christmas stockings will have a pattern crocheted into them, some can be simple and plain, and others may be embroidered or have appliques stitched on.
Free Crochet Christmas Stocking Patterns
Listed below, you will find different styles and sizes of crocheted Christmas stockings, some are used in a traditional way for hanging on the mantle, and others are fun and decorative.
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