Here you can find the free pattern for a Boho Crochet Christmas Stocking.
I love a Christmas stocking, and what better way to show someone you care about them, by making a personalised stocking at Christmas.
This is a really easy one piece pattern with no seam. I’ve used the way it’s constructed to give the shape, making this a nice and simple crochet make.
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Yarn for a Boho Crochet Christmas Stocking
Yarn for this pattern was kindly gifted by Wecrochet. If you haven’t ever shopped with this company, the choices are just so many I almost didn’t make my mind up in time!
I went for the Brava Worsted weight yarn which comes in 50 different colours.
Why? Well I wanted a Worsted weight yarn just to be nosey really! In the UK we don’t have “worsted” as a weight, and I wanted to see what all the fuss was about.
This yarn did not disappoint!
It’s a premium acrylic that is very easy on the bank balance at only $2.99 a 100g ball / skein.
Colours wise, I wanted something a bit more boho and Jazzy than the traditional red and cream, hence I kind of went a little crazy!
How long does it take to make the Boho Crochet Stocking?
This pattern, takes about 2 hours to make the main cream part of the stocking.
The loop stitch took me about 1-2 hours, just because I’m not very fast at it, but this is something to bear in mind.
For a super quick make >>> check out my quick and Easy Crochet Stocking
What do you need to know to Crochet a Boho Stocking?
This is a really easy pattern (like most of my patterns – I’m all for making things simple and easy!)
You’ll need to know:
Half Double crochet
How to make a pom pom
How big is the Crochet Stocking?
This stocking measures 40 x 18.5cm or 15.5 x 7 inches when finished. This is using a worsted weight yarn and a 5.5mm hook.
Boho Crochet Christmas Stocking Pattern
You will need:
Abbreviations This pattern is written in USA terms
2DCtog – 2 DC together
Lp – Loop Stitch
Ch – Chain
DC- Double crochet
SC – Single crochet
SS Slip stitch
ST (STS) stitch / stitches
Yrh Yarn round hook
Patterns is made using USA terms.
The first 5 rows are worked in the Amigurumi method, so SS to join in a continuous spiral.
After Row 5, Beginning Ch does count as a st throughout.
Each round is finished with a slip stitch and then continue working in the same direction.
12 sts x 8 rows = 10 x 10cm (4 x 4 inches)
Finished Stocking measures 40 x 18.5cm (15.5 x 7 inches)
Loop Stitch (Lp): [Insert hook in st, extend your finger to size of loop required, yrh Anticlockwise, pul (keeping finger in loop), yrh, draw through 2 loops on hook.
The toe is worked in the amigurumi method in a continuous spiral, no slip stitching
Rnd 1 With cream, working into a magic ring, 8SC. 8sts
Rnd 2: [2SC] 6 times. 16sts
Rnd 3: [1SC, 2SC in next st] 8 times. 24sts
Rnd 4: [2SC, 2SC in next st] 8 times. 32 sts
Rnd 5: [3SC, 2SC in next st] 8 times. 40sts
Rnd 6: Ch3, 1DC in each st. SS to join. 40sts
Rnds 7-12: Ch3, 1DC in each st. SS to join. 40sts
Now working in rows, turning at the end of each row
Row 1: Ch3, 1DC in next 14 st. Turn. 15sts
Rows 2-5: Ch3, 1DC in each st. Turn.
Now working in rounds, you are going to make the rows into a round.
Rnd 1: Along the side edge, work 4DC, 2DCtog [5DC, 2DCtog, 2DCtog)] twice, 5DC, 2DCtog, 4DC along side edge. SS to top of Ch3. 29sts, or 44sts if you include the heel.
Rnds 2-15: Ch3, DC around, SS to join. 44sts. Fasten off, weave in end. Turn right side out.
Rnd 16: Join Peapod, Lp around, SS to join.
Rnd 17-18: Lp around. SS to join.
Repeat Rnds 16-18, changing colour to Mulberry and Marina. Fasten off weave in ends.
Fold stocking in half, counting back on the back edge, count 3 sts to the right (if right handed).
Row 1: Join cream yarn. Ch3, 5DC. Turn. 6sts
Row 2-14: Ch3, 5DC. Turn. Fasten off weave in ends
Sew the strap onto itself on the inside of the stocking to give a loop.
Make pom poms, 2 x 4cm in Mulberry and Peapod, 1 x 6cm in Marina. Make 3 chains of Ch20, Ch25, Ch30 in cream. Attach the pom poms to the chain and sew to the strap.
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