Hi! Sarah Zimmerman here with a super easy Christmas Stocking made with a double strand of Caron Simply Soft yarn! The best thing about this stocking is that it is crocheted in one piece. No need to fasten off and re-join for the heel. You can easily make stockings for the whole family and with 52 shades in the Caron Simply Soft line, everyone can have a different color!
- Size H Crochet Hook
- Tapestry Needle
- Caron Simply Soft Yarn in color of your choice for the main stocking as well as white. You will only need one skein of each.
HDC = Half Double Crochet
DC = Double Crochet
DC Decrease = Double Crochet Decrease
Before you begin, wind your main color into two balls of yarn. Do the same with the skein of white. You will be working with a double strand of Caron Simply Soft.
Stocking is worked from the toe upward.
with Main Color
Magic ring, chain 2 and make 15 HDC in ring, join to first HDC, chain 2
Round 2: 2 HDC in each stitch around, join, chain 2 (30 HDC)
Round 3-11: HDC in each stitch around, join, chain 2 (30 HDC)
Round 12: HDC in first, 2 DC in next 10, HDC in remaining 19 stitches, join, chain 2
Round 13-14: HDC in first, DC in next 20 stitches, HDC in remaining stitches, join, chain 2
Round 15: HDC in first, make 10 DC Decrease over the next 20 stitches, HDC in remaining stitches, join, chain 2
Round 16-30: HDC in each stitch around, join, chain2 (30 HDC)
Join in white yarn
Round 31: HDC in each stitch around, join, chain 2 (30 HDC)
Round 32-36: in front posts only, HDC in each stitch around, join, chain 2 (30 HDC)
Fold white part of stocking downward over the main stocking.
Round 37: Crab Stitch (also known as Reverse Single Crochet) in each stitch around.
Fasten off and weave in ends.
To add the hanging piece: Join white yarn at the top of the stocking parallel to the heel. Chain 10 and join back to same spot. Weave in ends.
Feel free to add some extra embellishments! You could slip stitch or chain on an initial to personalize each stocking!
Have a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
And as always, Happy Crocheting!
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