DIY Christmas Stockings: 9 Free Crochet Patterns

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Christmas is right around the corner! One of my favorite parts of Christmas morning has always been coming downstairs and discovering all the little goodies Santa left in my stocking. I’ve had the same stocking my entire life and as a 27-year-old, I still adore my personalized cross-stitched stocking that says “I believe in Santa” with my name across the top. As the baby in the family, I’ve always felt this stocking suited me perfectly.

Personalized stockings are always so nice to have, and it’s super easy to create your own. We searched through all of the crochet Christmas patterns on our site and collected the most beautiful patterns for crocheted Christmas stockings. Find them all below!

DIY Christmas Stockings to Crochet:

Tree of Light Stocking: Embroidered cross stitch is used to create this elegant and timeless crocheted Christmas stocking. This design is easy to create using the chart provided.




Button Christmas Stocking: Choose buttons of any shape, size, and color to decorate this adorable button stocking. It’s the perfect pattern to make for the crafter in your life.




Quick and Easy Christmas Stocking: Time is always in short supply during the holidays, which is what makes this crochet Christmas pattern so perfect. It’s quick and easy to crochet, and easy enough for beginners to complete.




Crochet Christmas Stocking: This red and white crocheted stocking is a classic design for anyone. It’s also simple enough so you can add your own personalized touches.


Mini Crocheted Stockings & Crochet Stocking Ornaments:

If you already have a stocking to hang from the mantle, you can still crochet a stocking with any one of these cute crochet patterns. These miniature crocheted stockings are great for hanging on the tree as an ornament, or using as a cute gift topper.


Enter to win a copy of Crocheted Christmas Stockings from AllFreeCrochet!
This book is the best way to learn how to create your own DIY Christmas stockings for the holiday season. There are a variety of different designs to choose from; you’ll find the perfect stocking idea to make for everyone in your family. Enter here to win; the contest ends October 2, 2013.

What’s your favorite thing to crochet for Christmas? Leave a comment and let us know!

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  1. Lona S says

    My favorite thing to crochet for Christmas gifts is fingerless gloves with matching scarves and hats. My grandchildren love it when they get something that’s current fashion but made just to suit their tastes. This year, each one is getting their own stocking, so this contest was a great inspiration. Thanks for the opportunity!

  2. says

    I have been crocheting everything from dish clothes to afghans to pillows and ornaments. My favorite so far this year is the purse. hat and scarf I did for my granddaughter and the fish pillows I did for my grandsons.

  3. kare says

    Just retired so everyone is getting something crocheted. I have been making team color scarves and hats, sweaters, and throws. The stockings would be a darling find for each of my grandchildren.

  4. ChrisK says

    I like quick things for holiday decorations; little trees to hang or tie on to gifts, mitten ornaments, tiny hats,.

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