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Christmas Stockings 2

Christmas Stockings 2
Christmas Stockings 2
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Product Code: 119MAGHD

If you loved the Vintage Christmas Stockings you are going to love our new “In the Hoop” collection, Christmas Stockings 2. There are 12 beautifully digitized classic Christmas designs complete with ornate scrolls and borders. The designs actually run into the seams so the finished project looks like you bought it in a fancy boutique. The best part about this is that you complete the stocking completely in your embroidery hoop with absolutely no additional sewing. This is a truly unique technique that will give you amazing results and best of all it is incredibly easy.

View a printable PDF of designs and stitch offs for this collection - Christmas_Stockings_2 (1MB - may take a few seconds to load)

What comes on the CD

  • Multi format designs
    • ARTISTA (.ART)
    • PFAFF (.PCS)
    • SINGER (.XXX)
    • TAJIMA (.DST)
    • JANOME (.JEF)
  • Full Colour Catalog - The full colour catalog includes the front and back covers from all of our design collections plus sample project ideas.
  • Tutorials - The tutorial is the greatest feature of our collections. Whenever we do a complicated project we include a step-by-step photo tutorial on how to complete the project. You will never have to figure anything out for yourself again.
  • Thread Colour Sheets - We also give you step by step colour tutorials for every design in the collection

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Jane Parker from Cornwall, UK: 4 Stars
I would give 5 stars for the embroidery stitch-out. I have only given 4 stars because the combination of interfaced quilters cotton used double with additional applique and machine embroidery makes for a very stiff stocking. In the future I will use the stitch layout with a single layer of fabric leaving enough at the top to stitch a lining in afterwards using the sewing rather than embroidery machine. It will be easy to do as the guide lines are already there for adding the backing by sewing machine and then lining the stocking. I made the 9 x 5.5 inch stocking so perhaps it wouldn't be so cumbersome with the largest size.