Christmas Stockings by Faye Kennington
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Christmas Stockings

Knitting
August 2017
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
20 stitches and 21 rows = 4 inches
in Stranded Stockinette in the Round
US 7 - 4.5 mm
220 yards (201 m)
30.5 cm (12”) circumference X 47.5cm (18.75”) long.
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With 24 colourwork charts to mix and match, this pattern offers 512 different possible options for customizing your own stocking. And that’s even before you take colour combinations into account! Everyone in the family can have a unique stocking that reflects their personal style.

The stockings are worked toe-up with a solid colour toe and a stranded foot. Prepare for an after-thought heel, add the stranded leg patterns and finish the top of the stocking with a i-cord bind-off and loop for hanging. Then finish the solid afterthought heel with Kitchener stitch.

Size
30.5 cm (12”) circumference X 47.5cm (18.75”) long.

Materials
Yarn: For each stocking: a total of 100g (3.5 oz) worsted weight yarn in approximately equal amounts of 3 different colours. Samples made with Cascade Superwash 220, but any smooth plied worsted weight wool would likely be a suitable substitute. You could also easily use DK or Aran weight at an appropriate gauge, but the size of your stocking will be impacted. Just don’t use aran for one family member and DK for another or someone might think you’re playing favourites!

Tools: 4.5mm/US7 40cm/16” circular knitting needle or size to achieve gauge, 4mm/US6 double pointed knitting needles or size smaller than circular needles, or magic loop equivalents of these 2 needles, 2 stitch markers, scrap yarn, medium crochet hook and tapestry needle.

Gauge
20 sts/ 21rows = 10cm/4” in stranded stockinette with larger needles in the round.

Abbreviations & Definitions
C1 – 1st contrast colour
C2 – 2nd contrast colour
CO – Cast on
DPN(s) – Double pointed needle(s)
K – Knit
K2tog – Knit 2 stitches together
M1 – Make one/ increase stitch
MC – Main colour
PU – Pick up
Rep – Repeat
Rnd – Round