Evergreen Christmas Stocking


Evergreen Christmas Stocking

Evergreen Christmas Stocking
Evergreen Christmas Stocking

"Crochet up this Evergreen Christmas Stocking crochet pattern to adorn your mantel! All you need is two balls of yarn and a weekend and you will have a holiday keepsake that is sure to be enjoyed for years to come! Here is what you will need: 2 colors worsted weight yarn in (approx. 218 yds each) shown here CA = white, CB = green H-8 / 5 mm hook scissors and yarn needle for finishing Finished stocking measures approximately 18.5 in. long and 5.5 in. wide."


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet GaugeGauge: 14 sc and 13 rows = approx. 4 in.

Finished SizeFinished stocking measures approximately 18.5 in. long and 5.5 in. wide.

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Cute stocking! I am not a lady who is an expert on carrying over her colors when working with multiple color projects. For some reason, it always turns me off. But I really don't think there could be a better way for me to get that practice. It's straightforward and simple. We are not talking 5 or more colors at once, just the addition of one accent color. This could be a fun "try me" crochet project for me.

All you need is two balls of yarn and a weekend and you will have a holiday keepsake. Im not a fast crocheter so I am not sure I would be able to finish in a weekend with all of the other things I have going on right now too, but I am up for the challenge to see if I could possibly do it. These stockings are very lovely.

What a cute stocking. I like the pattern. It's more subdued and not loud. The color, along with the bits of white gives a more refined look. I read the directions and yes, the directions mean for you to carry the yarn over. I have pipsqueak yarn in white to add a furry trim at the top!

I like how this looks but Im a little confused by the instructions. When you get to the green portion where the chartwork begins, theres no direction about whether you should carry Yarn A to the next stitch or you bury Yarn A to the next stitch. Im thinking it must be the carry option as she states its not used as a conventional sock but just designed to lay flat when hung up. I would also add a white band at the top for a more finished look.


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