My sister asked me to help her with a Christmas stocking for her daughter (my beautiful niece) Lucy. I happily agreed to help, and this is what we came up with. I cannot wait to see it year after year. Katie and I had a great time making it together, and a lot of laughs.
- We lined it with green polka-dot fabric I just happened to have. It was an easy hem since we used the zigzag sewing machine stitch.
- Katie wanted it to be fun, romantic and girly. We decided to use pink ribbons that I had across the top. We went back and forth about doing the entire stocking- I think we made the right choice.
- Using the zigzag stitch I sewed on (before I sewed the stocking front and back together!) a tree Katie cut out using a cookie cutter as a guide. The fabric matches Lucy's bedroom curtains and another project which involved a pillow her Uncle Matt did which I will blog about soon.
- I think adding the tree really ties the stocking together. To hang it, I used a piece of leftover ribbon and looped and sewed it into the corner.
Merry Christmas Miss Lucy- I cannot wait to celebrate many Christmases to come and hope Santa fills your stocking very well each year!
Oh- and because she is so cute...I can't not post a picture of her.