Pick your fabric and I will do the rest! With a custom Christmas stocking you can stick with the traditional look and feel, go for something bright and bold, or fun and out of the ordinary. Each stocking will be custom made using one of the fabrics I have in stock – you select your favorite and I will craft a Christmas stocking as unique as you are!
On the fabric options page, you can browse through a wide variety of fabrics I have available and find something perfect for your home or to give as a gift. Keep in mind that I may not have multiple yards of a particular fabric due to demand – please pick your top 2 or 3 and I will let you know what is in stock prior to finalizing your order.
Stockings can be personalized with a name and/or year machine embroidered on the cuff. Photos shown are examples of stockings that have been created for customers in the past. The quilted Christmas stocking that says ‘Julian’ was quilted by my customer. I finished the stocking by adding the lining, the cuff and embroidering the name. The Peppa Pig stocking has a heat transfer vinyl G on the front, per a customer’s request (vinyl is not currently available – all personalization will be done via machine embroidery). Burlap and lace stockings were a custom order using customer’s lace. (NOTE: burlap and lace stockings can be created, upon request, at a higher price.)
Whatever your Christmas traditions, Christmas stockings always make a wonderful addition to your home decor or family holiday tradtion. When I was growing up we would leave our stockings in the living room waiting on Santa’s arrival. When my brother and I awoke at the wee hours of the morning anxiously wondering if he had visited us. Our parents told us that if Santa came to town we would find our stockings waiting for us at the foot of our bed. We were allowed to stay in our individual rooms or join one another in one of our bedrooms, but we were not allowed to head to the living room until our parents woke up. Believe me, it didn’t take long for them to get up, because our (not-so-quiet) whispers were enough to wake the neighbors. It was a fun tradition to rummage through our stockings until time for checking under the tree!