Free Apron Patterns - Vintage Christmas Postcard Stocking

If you want to minimize the sewing time, but want something vintage and lovely.

Try this fun transfer.

Choose a tranfer from the many selections and use it to dress up a ho hum stocking.

I really enjoyed the black theme
and decided to play it up.

I had plenty of black and white print scraps left over from other projects so I got them out and had some fun.

The musical note fabric comes from Joann Fabrics. The last time I was in there they still had it. Look for it by the quilting fabrics.

The location for the transfer purchase is below. This lady has lots of goodies.





vintage postcard stocking

One beautiful transfer and some pretty trims

vintage postcard stocking parts and pieces

Gather the parts and pieces that will make up your decorations

seperate the front from the back

Seperate the front from the back

position transfer

Position the transfer where you desire

choose a decorative stitch to attach your transfer

Use a decorative stitch to add interest to the edges

add toe detail to your stocking

Add some detail to your toe
Sew the front and back together again

add cuff ruffle

Measure around cuff top, add 5-6 inches. Hem and run a gather stitch.

add bias edge

Add bias edge to ruffle top

Make a rosette for the cuff. Notice my musical note fabric peeking out at the rosettes center.


Material Supply List and creation instructions

Stocking

One red felt stocking

A vintage style design for your transfer from www.etsy.com/shop/antiquegraphique

A transfer sheet from the fabric store

Some fabric scraps for the toe, cuff and flower

Matching and contrasting threads

Buy this postcard fabric,cut out cards and do a decorative top stitch to attach to your stocking.



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