Vintage Christmas Stockings


                                       Last year these stockings were my favorite Christmas addition.

                                                      My sister helped with the sewing of course :)

                                                         I made the flowers and you can too here.

                                                                            Can't sew?

                                                                           No problem.

                                                 Last year I posted a no sew DIY Vintage Stocking.

                                       Working on some new ideas this year that I hope to share soon.

                                                    Today I'm just going to love up on a sick child.

                                                               Happy Thursday Friends~

30 comments:

  1. Still LOVE these--looked at stockings yesterday and couldn't bring myself to buy any. I forgot about these and now I know what I want! Thanks!

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  2. Those are so so pretty!!!

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  3. Love them! Thanks for all the info.~Cheers Kim

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  4. Wow!! I love these...so simple and sweet! I looked at the No Sew directions you have and I think I might be able to swing it!! ;-D

    Thanks, Susie!

    XO,
    Jane

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  5. Love those! (stockings AND flowers!) : )

    I hope your sick baby gets better soon!

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  6. They are perfect, no wonder they are a favorite. I love the ticking addition.

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  7. Oh Susie, this was the first post I ever saw on your blog (yeah...it took me a while to find the world of blogging!!) and I instantly became a follower, I can't believe that was essentially 1 year ago. They are still my favourite Xmas stockings!! Love them:) Hope your sweet pea is feeling better soon. Hugs to you as always ~ Tina xx

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  8. I think I still owe my daughter some stockings. I will probably doing something like yours. Thanks for sharing. Jackie

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  9. loved those stockings when you posted them last year. I also love those ticking flowers.
    Hope your sick child gets to feeling better soon.

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  10. Those stockings are so cute! I love the simplicity of them.

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  11. These stockings are amazing looking. I will check out the no sew tutorial. Thanks for thinking of those of us who are not gifted in the sewing area.

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  12. I can't sew a lick but I love your stockings!

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  13. Hi Susie, I'm Yvonne @ StoneGable.
    YOur stockings are so inspiring. I love their soft, informal elegence!
    I have muslin from flour sacks that belonged to my great grandmother, and I am thinking about making christmas stocking from them. Your beautiful stockings are just the creativity I am looking for.
    Thanks!
    Yvonne

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  14. I love these..they look beautiful! I have been wanting burlap or muslin stockings forever, I was going to see if I could have someone make them for me but now I dont have to! Thank you for sharing this, I'm going to give it a try! :)

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  15. Just wanted to tell how much I love the 'gathet together' sign you made for me. have a wonderful Thanksgiving! Cindy R.

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