Christmas Stocking Panel Fabric Easy Quilted Stocking Garland Or Place Setting

Use Panel Fabric With Christmas Stockings For Quick Christmas Projects.

Cute numbered stockings from this Christmas stocking panel fabric can be used to make a fun stocking garland. Use the stockings with choice of leaving the numbers on to make an advent calender, or trim the numbers off and make cute little stocking decorations. Line and layer with batting to create a place setting where your can place silverware and a candy cane. Use pinking shears or pinking rotary cutter around the edges to create a home made country feel.


Take out and use again year after year.



The panel fabric panel measures 24″ x 44″. Each stocking measures approx 7″ x 4″ at widest parts, and there 24 of them! Plus 6 gift tag prints to make your own fabric gift tags! Use nmbers 1 to 24 for the advent calender, or trim off the numbers and you have 24 stockings to use. If you don not have backing fabric to suit, use one of the stockings.


The advent calender Christmas stockings panel fabric is a really neat idea for all sorts of quick Christmas projects. The numbers indicating the dates for the advent calender are conveniently at the top of each stocking. Should you decide not to use the stocking with the numbers simply trim the number off. There is a cute print just below the number making it easy to trim the number off and still have a nice print for the finished edge.


When making the garland, there’s no need for batting. Simply choose a pretty fabric for the back of the stocking, cut it out using the template provided in the download. Then follow the pattern instructions provided in the video to get a great finish. If it’s too close to Christmas, trim the numbers off and make a colorful addition to you Christmas decor. Hang the garland around the mantle or in the entrance hall. Put a candy cane in each stocking for the kids.

The second project in the video pattern shows the steps to make the sweetest Christmas stocking place settings. The settings are quilted and lined and the perfect size for the silver ware. If you’re short of time to get the stockings panel fabric, there’s a free stocking template provided from the download link in the green box. If you’re out of batting, I often use white fleece. The fleece is almost as thick as a thin batting and works just as well for small projects.


Have an array of thread for the top stitching for the perfect finish. A quick quilty Christmas project that could easily be done in time for Christmas day.

Jennifer Bosworth from Shabby Fabrics provided this step by step video with some great tips, and the tutorial to make both the stocking garland and Christmas stocking place settings. Super easy!

Watch the video for the stocking garland and Christmas stocking place setting tutorial using the panel fabric.

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