When Camille came out with her latest pattern featuring four of the most adorable Christmas stockings I’d ever seen I immediately ordered the PDF version. Of course I had to make the hexagon stocking first–and I had to use 12 Days of Christmas!
I fussy cut some of the hexagons–notice the words “peace” and “joy!” I machine quilted around the inside of each hexagon, but I think when I make the next one I will hand quilt these–with all of the starting and stopping of my machine I think it might have been just as fast to do it by hand.
I just did straight line quilting for the back of the stocking.
There are lots of clouds today, so it was kind of difficult to get good lighting for these pictures, but I had to have one picture of the stocking actually “hanging”–this one in front of the Christmas village turned out best. Okay…back to sewing. I have to decide whether to start the zig zag stocking or the pinwheel one next. Or I might make my next one using one of these designs! Have a great day!
I really like that idea, never thought to use hexagons in a stocking.
kate spain says
sooo cute, Sherri!!! i love love it! Camille's patters are adorable.
It's so pretty…love how you made it!
Ohhhhh this is awesome!!!
PS your blog is really really cute!
Cute Cute Cute Sherri! I love the hexagon one but I'm too scared of hexagons to try it. 🙂 Maybe next baby I'll have to get Camille's pattern and try it out! Thanks for stopping by and saying hello as always and have a great day! -Al
Those are some of the prettiest stockings I've seen too! Oh I love those.
I think I would hand-quilt the hexies too. Seems like it would be easier.
Sweet! You're the fastest elf I know.
Oh so very cute!
Vickie E says
Carrie P. says
so cute. great way to use your hexagons.
Mama Pea says
Really cute, and the fabric just makes it, AGAIN!
Sherri, your stocking turned out so cute! I'm thinking of doing the zig zag stocking next.
Sinta Renee says
Of course you had to make a hexie stocking! How adorable is that anyway??? Very tempting… yours and the ones on your link!
Love the hexagons!
Really cute stockings Sherri. And what a great way to use hexies.
Very, very cute, Sherri.
Mary on Lake Pulaski says
Cute, cute, cute Sherri! I love all of the great stockings around blogland!
Simone de Klerk says
Love them! And yes, I saw those at Cluck Cluck Sew too! The hour glass one is very pretty, just like your hexagons!
SOOO very cute!!
Great way to use a stash of hexagons! This stocking is uber adorable!
Magnolia Bay Quilts says
Adorable! I love the quilting, too. I'm sure it took a while to do, but it looks really nice!
Those fabrics are perfect. How cute!
Just found your blog 🙂 Love, LOVE this cheerful stocking – gives me inspiration to make new ones for our mantel!
Nanette Merrill and daughters says
They are beautiful. You are so on top of it my friend.