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(Mystery) Christmas Stocking Crochet Along, Part Two


Intro to the Christmas Stocking Crochet Along is here.

Part One is here.

How’s it going so far? Do you have a nice straight tube for your leg? Ready for some heel-turning fun?

If you’d like to use a contrasting color for your heel and toe, now’s the time to make that decision. If you want to keep the heel the same color, that’s no problem. You’ll have plenty of opportunity to customize your stocking in other ways.

Scroll down for video how-to help, and comment/ask questions below. We’d all love to see your pictures of stockings-in-progress: Post them to my Facebook page.


Row 1 (RS): Using CC if desired, standing sc 10 sts to right of marked st [left-handed crocheters: 10 sts to the left of marked st], sc in next 20 sts, turn—21 sc.
Row 2 (WS): Ch 1, sc in first 14 sc, turn, leaving remaining sts unworked.
Row 3: Ch 1, sc in first 7 sc, turn—7 sc.
Row 4: Ch 1, sc in first 7 sts, sc in next st of long row below, turn—8 sc.
Row 5-16: Ch 1, sc in each sc across, sc in next st of long row below, turn.
Row 17: Ch 1, sc in each sc across, sc in next st of long row below; do not turn—21 sts.

Instep and Foot

Rnd 1 (RS): With MC, standing sc in center st of heel, pm in this first st, sc in each st around, join with slip st to first sc, turn—44 sts.
Continue working in joined rounds in established pattern until foot measures approximately 5″ [12.5 cm] from end of heel shaping, ending with a WS row.

Part Three contains or the final part of the pattern, including inspirational photos to help you customize your stocking.

The crochet along is complete. You can find all parts of it here:


Part One

Part Two

Part Three

4 thoughts on “(Mystery) Christmas Stocking Crochet Along, Part Two”

  1. The sound should be working on the video. Make sure your speakers are not on mute, and that they are turned up far enough (both on the video and on your computer). I don’t specifically reference the chart, but it’s there in the blog post for your use, if you prefer to read a stitch chart instead of the text.

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