Bug-A-Boo's Stocking Knitting Pattern

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This is a PDF download for the Bug-A-Boo's Stocking Knitting Pattern. As an extra bonus, there is also a second document showing an alternative cabling motif for the ankle and leg portions of the stocking. There patterns include written and charted instructions. Here is the project details as laid out in the pattern.

• Size 10, 6 mm Double Point Knitting Needles
• 2 skeins Lion Brand Yarns, Heartland, 100% Acrylic, Worsted Weight, 142 grams, 251 yards (230m), Color 113 Redwood
• Row Marker
• Cabling Hook
• Waste Yarn
• Darning Needle
• Size J, 6 mm Crochet Hook

• 4 stitches x 6 rows = 1” x 1” in stockinette stitch

• One Size: Sasquatch

• This pattern is written to be knit in the round from the toe up.
• This stocking is done on needles that are a bit large for the size of the yarn. This means that there will be a lot of stretch when it’s done to hold bigger gifts, but it is also easy knit in and uneven gauge if not careful.
• The toe chart should be done four times for each round.
• Stitches outlined in red denote stitch sequences that are repeated in certain situations. Check the written instructions for the correct count.
• Slipped stitches are slipped purl-wise.
• It is not advisable to hang the stocking while it is filled.
• Stocking can also be worn as a hat.

“Knitted Fisherman Stocking”, Wrights Classroom, accessed November 15, 2015, http:// http://web.archive.org/web/20100201174119/http://www.wrights.com/wrights/class/needlework/fishermanstocking/fishermanstocking.htm