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Red Heart Christmas Stocking

Posted by flyingkathy (My Page) on
Mon, Oct 8, 07 at 8:15

I've been commissioned to make four Christmas stockings, but have lost the pattern.
Size 8 needles, Red Heart Yarn, Red, White, Green and Black.
Starts with White Border about 10 rows, where you put the name in Black Letters.
Then the next area has in intarsia a snow man's face with a black top hat and a pipe. There is a heel and then the toe.
There is supposedly also a Santa Face and a Mrs. Claus also. I suspect this was originally a kit. Help please.

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RE: Red Heart Christmas Stocking

I'm sorry, that pattern doesn't sound familiar. But if you go to knitting pattern central you will find quite a few stocking patterns there. I have just started one for my new grandson using red heart with one of the patterns I got there. Have you tried Red Heart's website? Just a thought.

RE: Red Heart Christmas Stocking

I hate doing intarsia. I don't do the color chsanges right and it bunches up,won't lie flat. I have much better success embroidering names, etc. Good luck on finding this pattern.

RE: Red Heart Christmas Stocking

Here's the directions for one that has trees on it. You can add any design you want, just graph it out.

Here is a link that might be useful: Christmas Stocking

RE:.... red heart Christmas stocking

Just in case you crochet, here's the directions for the crochet stocking. You can duplicate stitch your designs and names on it.

Here is a link that might be useful: Christmas Stocking

RE: Red Heart Christmas Stocking

I looked at Coats and Clark's website (maker of Red Heart)
and found Free Christmas Stocking Patterns at:
Hope this helps and good luck.

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