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Flat Knit Christmas Stocking

Flat Knit Christmas Stocking
Flat Knit Christmas Stocking
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Add some holiday cheer to your home with this Flat Knit Christmas Stocking! The easy knitting pattern won't take long to make and will be a festive decoration when displayed on your mantel. With its classic design, this beautiful knit stocking can be used and enjoyed for many years to come. The completed stocking is just the right size for all sorts of treats from Santa, too! This pattern would also make the perfect gift for a housewarming party, bridal shower, and even for a baby shower. You can customize the design to include your choice of embellishments, too.


Knitting Needle Size8 or 5 mm

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

GaugeGauge isn't important with this pattern

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Please explain how to cast 5 stitches at the end of the 1st row - it is driving me crazy lol!

You will knit that row as instructed, then at the end you will push the needle between the last two stitches and cast on from that position. You will make a knit stitch and add the new stitch to the end of the needle, it's called a knitted cast on, if you need to look it up.

This is such a cute stocking! I would likely stick with the red and white, since it looks so good, and is more traditional than using other colors. I think eventually I will make some of these for my family. Right now, though, I have hand sewn ones from my mom.

I love this! So much more meaningful than store-bough stockings. I'll have to make a few of these this Christmas.

Please explain how to cast on 5 stitches at the end of Row 1 - thank you )


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