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Scrappy Stockings // New Pattern!

Most years I put off all Christmas sewing until the last minute but this year I have been in the mood much earlier! This week I finished a new pdf pattern called Scrappy Stockings

Scrappy Stockings

The pattern includes material requirements and instructions for creating one stocking approximately 10” x 17” using a stitch and flip, quilt-as-you-go technique. It also includes instructions for alternative front panel layouts (diagonal, wonky or square/rectangles). You can purchase the pdf pattern in my shop and you will be emailed immediately.

Scrappy Stockings Class Scrappy Stockings Class

A few days ago I taught a Scrappy Stockings class locally. I think everyone had a pretty fun time, I sure did. We had fabric scattered everywhere like a bomb went off, it was awesome.


Christmas Spirit Bundle

In light of launching this new pattern, I would like to giveaway a fat quarter Christmas Spirit Bundle in Prints along with a copy of the Scrappy Stockings pdf pattern.

To enter the giveaway you must:

  • Be a Pile O' Fabric shop newsletter subscriber.
  • Leave a blog post comment telling me what Christmas projects your planning to hand make this year.

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Please log all of your entries in the Rafflecopter widget below to properly be entered into the giveaway. This giveaway will end next Friday, November 7th, at 12 a.m. EST. Mr. Random will choose one winner and I will announce their name on November 7th in the shop newsletter and I will also email the winner directly.

* Note * This giveaway is open to international participants, however if an international participant wins they will receive a $20 store credit and the PDF pattern instead of the bundle. If you’re a “no reply” or an anonymous commenter, remember to include your email address in your comment so that if you win I can contact you!

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Have a good weekend!


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  • ANN M RIPPEL says...

    I shall make some lovely table mats and napkins to co-ordinate.
    I debated about a runner for the table; however my round table looks silly with a runner.

    On November 10, 2014

  • Jinger says...

    This is perfect! I’m making stockings this Christmas and hopefully a wall hanging and table runner.

    On November 06, 2014

  • Sarah says...

    I am planning on making as much as I can. I’ve made costers, potholders, placemats, a table runner, and a couple stuffed toys, and I’m planning on making a baby quilt, some bags, more of all of the above, doll clothes, and hopefully some kind of minecraft toy if I can think one up.

    On November 06, 2014

  • karrie says...

    I’m making a couple quilts

    On November 06, 2014

  • Laura says...

    I’m making 2 quilts as Christmas gifts and I really want to squeeze in a tree skirt this year.

    On November 05, 2014

  • Piroska says...

    I’m planning to make a stocking for my little granddaughter and a Christmas Tree skirt.

    On November 05, 2014

  • Dieni says...

    I’m going to make some bags for gift exchange! :)

    On November 05, 2014

  • Merlin says...

    i actually need to make some stockings! and maybe a few scrappy scarves.

    On November 05, 2014

  • D Herredsberg says...

    Make over 75% of my gifts. Need to get started!!!

    On November 05, 2014

  • Sue Kaiser says...

    I have been doing a lot with stand alone lace projects. I have made leaves with organza and snowflakes for an ice princess costume for my granddaughter. We are moving this Thursday and I will have a fireplace so now I want to make stockings for my 4 grand kids and I love your scrappy pattern! So that’s what I have been working on.

    On November 05, 2014

  • shirleytener says...

    I want to make pouches

    On November 04, 2014

  • Carol Darden says...

    Love the selections of fabrics. I like the ‘traditional’ colors of Christmas.

    On November 04, 2014

  • Nona says...

    I made my daughter a Christmas throw as well as a tree skirt. I’m currently making myself a new Christmas quilt and my sister a table runner from the scraps.

    On November 03, 2014

  • Christina says...

    I am going to finish up some Christmas quilts that got lost in the shuffle.

    On November 03, 2014

  • Jayme L. says...

    I’m going to make a Christmas chevron quilt and maybe some mug rugs/hot pads. PJ pants too!

    On November 03, 2014

  • Kathy Cummings says...

    I’m making a stocking for my new granddaughter-w/ machine embroidered Santa and her name, Ellie!
    We will have 12 hanging on the mantle now!!!

    On November 03, 2014

  • Julia says...

    Hopefully a quilt for my daughter. But may be pushing it a bit to get it done.

    On November 03, 2014

  • Kellie says...

    I am new to quilting and am working on quilts for my 2 grandsons. I hope I get them finished in time.

    On November 03, 2014

  • Vicki H says...

    I am planning to make zipper pouches for the girls in the family. For the guys, ??

    On November 03, 2014

  • Alli says...

    I need to knit a Christmas stocking for my youngest!

    On November 03, 2014

  • Debby E says...

    I’m working on many different projects for Christmas and hoping to finish at least half of them!!! Thanks for the chance tow in! :) And I love your stocking pattern!!

    On November 03, 2014

  • Lani says...

    I have a tshirt quilt I am making and a table runner. If I can finish those I will be happy.

    On November 03, 2014

  • Mary says...

    I’m hoping to make my grandson an Advent Calendar this year.

    On November 03, 2014

  • Gina says...

    I’m making mini ornaments to add to our quilt group’s Christmas tree that will be on display in the Enchanted Forest in our town’s fairgrounds 4-H building. They have a display every year!

    On November 02, 2014

  • Dawn Jones says...

    I would like to make some rag quilts for my daughters.

    On November 02, 2014

  • Diane says...

    I’d love to win the stocking pattern. This would be a great project for this Christmas. Thanks!

    On November 02, 2014

  • Andrea Franklin says...

    I’m working on making stuffed Christmas bears for each of my five grandkids.

    On November 02, 2014

  • auschick says...

    I plan to make a quilt for my sister!

    On November 02, 2014

  • Cassandra says...

    This Christmas I am making our tree skirt, and a stocking for my daughter as well as hopefully finishing some quilt projects. Sheesh! I’m running out of time already :D

    On November 02, 2014

  • lori says...

    I love these stockings!!!

    On November 02, 2014

  • Kathleen Dalecio says...

    I am planning to make 3 Christmas Stockings for my son, daughter-in-law and grandson (almost 3 yrs old). I also plan to make some quiet time toys/games for my grandson: I Spy matching fabric cards (like a coaster) and an I Spy button bag (decorative buttons and plastic pellets in a fabric bag with a vinyl window). IFFFF I have the time, I might also get a festive table runner made, too.

    On November 02, 2014

  • Hayley says...

    I have to make a Santa sack for my youngest and finish our advent calendar

    On November 02, 2014

  • Mara says...

    I was thinking of doing a tree skirt, we have a small fake tree and it sits on a table, so I thought a table/tree skirt would be fun to make.

    On November 02, 2014

  • Kerri Kowal says...

    For Thanksgiving, I am going to make a rag wreath incorporating some strips of fall fabrics, flannels and burlap ribbon pieces… if it turns out, I may make one for Christmas, too!

    On November 02, 2014

  • says...

    I am making mini wall hangings for christmas gifts

    On November 02, 2014

  • Krista Robbins says...

    Some Perfect Quilted Totes, embroidered Handkerchiefs, key fobs, and that’s it so far. :)

    On November 02, 2014

  • Susan Stanton says...

    Your stockings are so cute and a great way to use up scraps. I’m making small table mats to use as center pieces.

    On November 02, 2014

  • jonquil says...

    Every Yuletide I make an ornament for each of my three grandchildren. This tradition was started by my Mother. She always gave us an ornament a year so that when we moved out as an adult we would have enough ornaments for our first tree. Plus, I have three cross stitch stocking fronts to add beads & backing to.

    On November 02, 2014

  • Mary Ann says...

    My daughter wants a handmade stocking!

    On November 02, 2014

  • Charlene Boykin says...

    These beautiful Christmas patterns will make perfect Christmas stockings!

    On November 02, 2014

  • Mania Hatziioannidi says...

    Still have not made up my mind. Definitely some tree ornaments!

    On November 02, 2014

  • Shannon says...

    I am planning on making a tree skirt… and after seeing this some adorable stockings!

    On November 02, 2014

  • Regina D. says...

    I plan on making microwave bowl holders. Always love your color combos!

    On November 02, 2014

  • SJen says...

    A purse and decorations :)

    On November 02, 2014

  • Jessica says...

    I’m doing some embroidery for wall art and tea towels :)

    On November 01, 2014

  • Janie says...

    Love the stockings. I am planning to work on child sized hot pads, place mats, and aprons. My granddaughter is getting a kitchen set for Christmas and she will need all the things her dad uses in his. Thanks for the giveaway and the chance.

    On November 01, 2014

  • Cheryl says...

    I am planning to sew for kids in need for Christmas.

    On November 01, 2014

  • Mom C says...

    I make PJs for my family, we’re up to 35 but the grandkids are starting to make some for their cousins which is great fun. Other than that , I don’t know yet. Thanks.

    On November 01, 2014

  • Vicki Sprain says...

    Hopefully I will be able to make a handmade gift, a pincushion made with hexagons , in time for the gift exchange at our guild’s Christmas party in December!

    On November 01, 2014

  • Mania says...

    I have already sew this month three Christmas table runners

    On November 01, 2014

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