Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Christmas Stocking Progress

I was able to get three more Christmas stockings made this past weekend.

NC State Theme for my Hubby:

Pink Diamonds for one of our girls:

If you want to make one of these, see my Christmas Stocking Tutorial on the left sidebar under "Tutorials".

Have a great Tuesday!


Pen Pen said...

Adorable! Love them both... the state stocking is really cool!

Ruth said...

Nice stockings, and thanks for the tutorial. Every year when I hang up the old felt stockings I tell myself that next year I'm going to make new ones. It hasn't happened yet, though. Sigh.

Anonymous said...

Those are super cute! Of course, I am not surprised when you sew anything, it's always lovely.

Lyn :)

Beautiful pear tree lane said...

Hi Debbie,
Love the stockings,my bother-in-law would love the N.C. State, But I couldn't hang that one by our fire place, because I would find coal in them, as my family are tarheel fans, no red around here unless it is on the trees. LOL

How are you enjoying Elizabeth George's book, I just bought her latest but haven't had time to get beyond the first chapter. Now I have forgotten what I have read, and have got to start over.lol Maybe the first of the year, as I have company coming this week.

She is such an inspiration to me, I am so glad I found her books.

I want to wish you and your family the most blessed and Merriest Christmas.

Terri said...

They look wonderful, Debbie. I like the pink diamonds.

Anonymous said...

How pretty Debbie.

Tori said...

Hey Debbie, those are great. I love the pink diamonds.
I made one for Johnny the other day, I should have used your tutorial, it would have saved me some time.
hope you're enjoying your Christmas season!

Gae said...

I have just found your lovely blog. I also lave to quilt and patchwork and so many other crafts I don't get time for.
These are so beautiful and detailed. I am sure they will be family treasures

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