How to Make DIY Shibori-Style Stockings

Learn to make this fun and easy holiday DIY from HGTV Magazine.

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Photo by: Ben Goldstein/Studio D

Ben Goldstein/Studio D

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  • Start with four cotton shibori napkins (you’ll need two per stocking).
  • Iron fusible webbing onto the back of each.
  • Click here to download the stocking template.
  • Place template on the napkin so the top of the template lines up with the hemmed edge of the napkin.
  • Cut out the stocking shape. Repeat on another napkin to make the back.
  • Sew the two pieces together using a blanket stitch (click here for instructions).
  • Sew a ribbon loop to the top.

Napkins: Indigo Shibori cotton napkins, $24 for a mixed set of 4, mudders; Yarn: Koigu Wool Designs KPM-1153 wool yarn, $15 for 175 yards,; Ribbon: Satin 5/8"-wide ribbon in shocking pink, $1.50 for 5 yards,

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