The Snowbell Stocking by Woolfield - Nicole Bracey

The Snowbell Stocking

Knitting
November 2019
Super Bulky (5-6 wpi) ?
10 stitches and 12 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette
US 19 - 15.0 mm
US 15 - 10.0 mm
100 - 262 yards (91 - 240 m)
S (18 inch), M (22 inch), L (27 inch)
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There is a free version of this pattern on The Woolfield Blog! For an ad-free, more printer friendly PDF, you can purchase it here as well.

Ever since I started knitting I’ve wanted to make my own stockings. So when my friend Chantal asked me if I would make some stockings to pair with her tree skirt pattern, I jumped at the idea! As soon as Chantal showed me the stitch she was using, I knew I had to call the pattern The Snowbell Stocking. The little detail looks just like a delicate snowbell flower, and if you know me at all, you’ll know I’m a huge plant lover.

I designed this stocking with newer knitters in mind. It’s worked as a tube from the cuff down, and an afterthought heel is inserted at the end. Experienced sock knitters may wish to substitute the afterthought heel with a short row heel.

This is a great project to use up any scraps of super bulky yarn, as you don’t need much for the contrast colours, and you could even mix and match, and make your stocking truly unique.

Everyone likes their stockings a different size, and that’s why I designed this pattern with three different sizes, so you can make the size that’s right for your family!

This pattern has a sister! The Snowbell Holiday Tree Skirt from Knitatude!

DETAILS:

Craft: Knitting

Skills required: Knitting in the round, increasing, decreasing, slipped stitches, simple lace, picking up stitches, and kitchener stitch.

Like any of my patterns, you can use any yarn that fits your style and budget! Need help finding a suitable yarn? Check out my Tips and Tricks for yarn substitution!

NEED HELP?
This pattern was test knit and was found to be correct. If you have any problems please send me a message on ravelry, or email me at woolfieldstudio @ gmail.com

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HOW DO I GET MY PDF?

Once you’ve purchased the listing, you will be sent a link to download it in your email. If you are a ravelry member, it will also be available in your library.

SELLING FINISHED ITEMS:

Selling items made with The Snowbell Stocking pattern is allowed, However, you may not use my photos/images to sell your items. As a courtesy, I ask that you give pattern credit to Woolfield Studio/Nicole Bracey. Makers supporting makers is what it’s all about! ♥

This pattern is property of Nicole Bracey/Woolfield and is protected by copyright law. It is illegal to redistribute, sell, or share the pattern in part or whole, electronically or physically.