Martha's donkeys—named Rufus, Clive and Billie, respectively—receive these embroidered jute bags filled with apples, carrots, hay, and sugar cubes. The animals' silhouettes were cross-stitched on premade burlap stockings with wool-and-silk floss.

Updated August 14, 2018
jute stockings filled with hay vegetables fruit
Paola + Murray

Start by learning how to cross-stitch. For more ideas, scroll through our entire collection of Christmas Stockings.

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What you need

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How to do it

Part 1

Step 1

Print out cross-stitch pattern. Mark out on the stocking's cuff where your design will begin. 

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cross stitch
Step 2

Split the embroidery floss to a single strand. Following the cross-stitch pattern, start at the left and sew a halfstitch (from bottom left to top right) across each row (as shown), counting out your stitches. Complete the cross-stitch by going back, left to right.

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