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Frosty Stockings

Introduction

These snowflake stockings have been hung by the chimney with flair: An icy blue linen sets off the flakes; both white cuffs are made from tea towels -- one with scalloped edging, the other a tatted trim. 

Tools and Materials
Crocheted snowflakes
Stockings, handmade or store-bought
Cardboard
Sewing needle
White thread

You can make a simple stocking or buy one. To add snowflakes, insert a piece of cardboard into the stocking. Then place flakes in a pleasing arrangement; tack them on with needle and thread.

Source
Martha Stewart Living, December 2002

Reviews (2)

  • lanefarm 31 Oct, 2013

    The garland looks like it is seeded eucaylptus either threaded, glued, or wired onto string.

  • amyschulz 3 Jan, 2009

    Can you tell me, what kind of garland is in the photo? Is it a MS craft? And, where can it be found on this website? Thank you.