Sunday, December 18, 2011

Patternum Novum: Felted Sweater Stocking

After posting about Daniel's Christmas Stocking last week, a few of you asked if I was going to write it up as a pattern. Your wish is my command! Here it is -- the Felted Sweater Stocking. As a Christmas gift to knitblogland, I've priced this pattern quite low (good until the end of January), but don't let the low price fool you. $2 still gets you photos, charts and written directions for the cables, and a fully tech edited pattern.

I know Christmas is only a week away, but it's still possible to whip one of these up in time to hang on your mantle!

$2 (from now through January 31) via Ravelry (no account needed)




Finished measurements
Before Felting:
Width: 9”/23cm
Length to bottom of heel: 21.75”/55cm
Length from bottom of heel to tip of toe: 13”/33cm

After Felting:

Width: 6.75”/17cm
Length to bottom of heel: 19”/48cm
Length from bottom of heel to tip of toe: 10”/25.5cm

Materials
390 yards of an aran to bulky weight 100% wool
Shown in Fingerlakes Woolen Mill 3-Ply Soft Wool (100% Wool, 210yds/113g)
US 10 (6.0 mm) needles preferred for working a small-ish circumference in the round (e.g. 16”, long enough to do Magic Loop, or dpns)
Cable needle
2 stitch markers

Technical editing by Chris Church.

6 comments:

17th stitch said...

Hooray! Thank you for writing up the pattern, I can't wait to cast on tonight.

Julie said...

it's gorgeous! what a perfect, classic stocking.

Mr Puffy's Knitting Blog: said...

Ho ho ho ~ it's beautiful ~ a classic stocking that will be loved by many!

Beth in Maryland said...

Thank you! and Merry Christmas.

CanarySanctuary said...

Adorable, and I really love those pics! Very nice.

Maryse said...

How cute a stocking! You have to prettiest little Christmas tree to show it off!