Christmas Stocking Crochet Pattern Vintage 723058

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This is a copy of a vintage pattern from the 1950s. It has been retyped and is easy to read.

WHAT COULD BE nicer for the Christmas Bazaar than several of these clever stockings? They are easy to make and cost very little.

The completed stocking is about 17 inches long from cuff to sole.

It is made from January & Wood Kentucky Soft Spun Yarn (3 skeins red and 1 skein white) and Kentucky All Purpose Yarn (1 skein black and 1 skein green).

You will need an aluminum afghan hook number 1, an aluminum crochet hook number 1 and a steel crochet hook 00.

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This pattern is reproduced from my collection of antique books and magazines from the 1800s to the mid 1900s and are in the Public Domain, because their Copyright has expired.
The reproduced version I'm selling, its text and images are copyrighted to me, SHELL BEES TREASURES, with all Rights Reserved.

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There are no restrictions on the number of items made or sold from this pattern.


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