Crochet Christmas Mini Stocking

Crochet Christmas Mini Stocking

Christmas Stockings are fantastic for putting small items inside to give to your family and friends for Christmas. This crochet Christmas stocking is ideal for beginners as they are simple to crochet and are fun to make. They are simple as you only need to crochet a hexagon, then fold it in half and sew it up, and then add a few extra features. You can whip them up in no time and impress your loved ones by crocheting everyone a personalised stocking using different colours, not just blue and white like I decided to do. There are a written pattern and a YouTube tutorial below for you to be able to create this easy crochet Christmas Stocking.

Abbreviations (US Terminology)

Ch – Chain
Dc – Double Crochet
Sc – Single Crochet
Sl St – Slip Stitch
Sp/s – Space/s
St/s – Stitch/es
Rep – Repeat

What You’ll Need

Colour A – White 100% acrylic yarn 8ply or DK
Colour B – Blue 100% acrylic yarn 8ply or DK
Colour B can be changed to any colour
4.5 mm crochet hook or US7
Yarn needle/ Tapestry Needle
Scissors

Crochet Christmas Mini Stocking Pattern

The basic design of this crochet mini stocking is a granny hexagon. One granny hexagon makes 1 mini stocking.

Make a magic ring in colour A
Round 1: Ch 3, dc 2 into ring, ch 1, *dc 3 into ring, ch 1*, rep * to * 5 times, sl st to ch 3 to join, change to colour B at end of round (6 dc-3 clusters, 6 ch 1 sps)
Using colour B
Round 2: Ch 3, dc 2 into same ch 1 sp, ch 1 *dc 3, ch 1, dc 3 into next ch 1 sp, ch 1*, rep * to * around. End with a ch 1, dc 3, ch 1 into first ch 1 sp, sl st to ch 3 to join, change to colour A at end of round (12 dc-3 cluster, 6 ch 1 sps)
Using colour A
Round 3: Ch 3, dc 2 into same ch 1 sp, ch 1, *dc 3 in sp between dc clusters from prev. row until you get to the next corner, ch1 then dc 3, ch 1, dc 3 into corner ch 1 sp, ch 1*. Rep * to * around. End each round with a ch 1, dc 3, ch 1 into first ch 1 sp, sl st to ch 3 to join, change to colour B at end of round 3.
Using colour B, 
Round 4: Repeat round 3, change to colour A at end of round 4
Using colour A, 
Round 5: Repeat round 3, change to colour B at end of round 5
Using colour B,
Round 6: Repeat round 3, change to colour A at end of round 6
Using colour A,
Round 7: Ch 1, sc 3 into corner ch 1 sp, *sc 1 in each st, sc 1 in each ch 1 sp between the corner, sc 3 in the corner ch 1 sps*, rep * to * around, sl st to ch 1 to join the round.

Weave in all of the ends before going any further.

Fold the hexagon to make an ‘L’ shape by matching up the corners. Sew down the ‘L’ of the hexagon and the bottom side, leaving an opening at the top.

Crocheting the white cuff 
Using colour A, attach yarn to top of the sts where the opening is with a sl st working at the back/ centre
Round 1: Ch 3, dc 1 in each st in the round, sl st to first dc to join the round
Round 2: Repeat round 1
Round 3: Repeat round 1 and fasten off at the end of round 3 and weave in the leftover ends
Fold round 1-3 over so that it is facing the front of your stocking to make the white cuff.

If you need extra help please watch the YouTube Tutorial below.

YouTube Tutorial

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