You’ll love making these gorgeous Mini Christmas Stockings for the festive season and they’re fabulous free patterns to boot …
These bright and colourful Mini Crochet Christmas Stockings are all easy Free Patterns that you’ll love making.
They’re perfect for decorating your Christmas tree or for special handmade Christmas gifts that will be treasured. Hang them from a festive banner or fill with sweet treats and a little gift card.
Attach a few Jingle Bells for an extra special touch as shown below in another super cute Free Crochet Pattern.
You could also use them to decorate your dinner table – fill with chocolates, candies or other treats and place at each setting.
The pattern creator recommends starting off by making your first mini stocking in a single colour to try it out, then you can move one to the extra colourful ones. The pattern uses just one basic stitch, s.c in US terms or d.c in UK terms. We have also included some cute free knitted versions for our knitters above ^
We’ve also included an easy Video Tutorial showing the steps to make these Mini Crochet Christmas Stockings below, plus a lovely Crocheted Advent Calendar Free Pattern.
Be sure to check out our other popular Crochet Christmas Ornaments Free Patterns post too.
Here’s What you’ll need -:
The free pattern includes photos for each step of the pattern and it’s written in both US and UK Crochet terms, plus it includes a French translation. You can use any type of yarn so this is an ideal way to use up some of your leftover scraps.
Mini Christmas Stockings Crochet Video -:
We have included a video tutorial that shows you how to make your own adorable stockings. Click Play above ^^^
The Mini Christmas Stockings take only 10 minutes to make.
Start with a ring of 6 SC stitches. SL st, ch2
The starting chain does not count as a stitch.
Dc and increase 1 in every stitch. You’ll now have 12 stitches.
Work 2 rows of dc. Slp and hold with a stitch marker.
Making the Stocking Heel -:
*Slp 1, sc1, hdc1, dc3, hdc1,sc1, slp1, Turn Over.
Repeat from *
As the sL stitch might be too tight to work on, work on the dc stitch from below.
Pick up your red yarn and continue making 3 more rows of dc.
Make a white dc row, plus a chain 10 loop, tie and weave in ends.
You can use your Mini Christmas Stockings to make a Christmas Wreath like this one. Get the free pattern —> here