Stocking Advent Calendar Sewing Pattern
$8.50 (or 1 credits)
Countdown to Christmas with this beautiful sew! The Stocking Advent Calendar sewing pattern features numbered hanging stockings that can be strung up together in a variety of ways with sticks/ rods and cord.
Instant download digital sewing pattern.
• Three optional stocking shapes
• Beginner friendly
• Numbers 0 – 9
• Velcro hanging loops
• Packed with pro tips and expert advice
• Includes full size, print-at-home pattern pieces
• Includes step-by-step tutorial with photos
• Instant-download digital sewing pattern
This pattern is designed entirely for non-stretch fabrics that do not fray, like felt and fleece.
Browse suitable fabrics here:
- Dowel approximately 24-inches long
- Ribbon or twine approximately 30-inches long
- Ribbon for hanging ornaments
- 24 buttons
- Felt or ribbon to attach the calendar to the dowel
- Thread to match if you are sewing
- If sewing, a sewing machine or hand sew
- Hot glue gun if gluing
- Pins or clips
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How do PDF/ digital patterns work? Simply download, print, and sew. You’ll need a free Adobe Acrobat reader program and any home printer (or a nearby copy shop for A0 printing). Once you’ve printed the pieces, tape or glue them together. You’ll find an easy-to-follow how-to guide inside the pattern instructions, plus support in our Facebook group.
The trim-free pattern comes in A4 or US letter printable sizes and includes full pattern pieces and a detailed tutorial to guide you every step of the way. An A0 format (pattern pieces only) is also included should you wish to have your pattern printed professionally. PDF Layers allow you to select and print only the size/s you want/ need.
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“Christmas sewing JOY!!! An easy pattern that will give you a stunning Advent Calendar just in time for Christmas. So much fun to sew and even more fun to use!!”
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Sharon Courtney –
A straightforward sew to make a lovely festive heirloom favourite that can be used year after year. Mix and match the stocking sizes and use your creativity to display as a hanging, bunting, or maybe on the tree….
Laura Walker –
Christmas sewing JOY!!! An easy pattern that will give you a stunning Advent Calendar just in time for Christmas. So much fun to sew and even more fun to use!!!
Geraldine Tan –
Really easy sew! Apart from the fact that one have to sew 24 of them😆. My first stocking made through this pattern. Clean finished in the inside; Love it!
Michele Axmaker Chapman –
Fun, festive project! Love how these turned out and looking forward to utilizing these with the grandkids
Liz Faber –
This is perfect for people with kids who have allergies. My son has anaphylaxis to peanuts and tree nuts so normal chocolate calendars are out. Added to that this looks so much better! The pattern was super easy to follow and, while repetitive, they sewed up quickly.
Stephanie Carnovale –
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas!!!! This is such a great twist on an advent calendar. The different shaped stockings give it a real sense of fun. The pattern is so versatile to because you could leave off the numbers to make individual stockings as Christmas gifts
Amanda Schildmeier –
This is a simple satisfying holiday sew! I loved making a non traditional sewing themed advent for my craft room!
Fran Tilden –
This is a great pattern. Turning all the hanging loops through was a bit tedious but worth it in the end. I love that there are any number of ways to hang the stockings – on the dowels, on sticks, as bunting, or even on the Christmas tree.
Julie McKinley –
What a fun project! This is a fun pattern to create a family heirloom or start a new tradition! So many ways to customize, resize, and hanging options!
Peggy Pazera Cooke –
Sweet take in the advent calendar. So many ways you can let your creativity shine…from using all 3 stocking sizes to just one, having a mix and match set of stockings, or all the same fabric. The sky (and your imagination) is the limit.
Emily Anderson –
This was a fun pattern! I enjoyed the process of selecting what size stockings to make and what fabric to make them from. This project took a bit longer than expected, so give yourself some time to work on it. Overall, I really love the results!
Carol Shaver –
I had fun making these stockings! I used the Quick-Glance Cheat Sheet and only used the full directions for placing the velcro correctly. I kept putting it on so that it wouldn’t stick together without being twisted. OY! It took much longer than I anticipated, but the end result was worth it! I LOVE how the numbers look stitched close to the edges of the numbers. I serged them together which was a GREAT way to NOT be scared to use my serger now! (Thank you)! The tricky part, for me was pressing them after they were completed. But it was worth the effort. I think they look GREAT!
Betsy Koestler –
Let your creativity take off with this one. It is an easy sew! Next, I’m doing the 12 days of Christmas!
Katie Weatherly –
I enjoyed the diversity of this pattern. So many different ways to create a one of a kind advent calendar.
Adelle Pears –
This is such a fun sew! It will be perfect for the whole family to use for years to come too.
Jill Cook –
Easy and simple pattern good for all abllities
Jessica Kaiser –
Super cute project that you could get the whole family involved with. This will be a Centerpiece for sure in our holiday decor.
Nichole Merren –
Super adorable pattern!! Easy to sew and absolutely the cutest when hanging up! My kiddos are gonna love the roomy stockings that I will be able to fit all kinds of cute treats into this year!
Amanda Cunningham –
This was a cute project but was really finicky to sew. The long, skinny stocking was very narrow at the top making it difficult to sew down. It definitely was not a quick sew, I was actually surprised at how long it took, but a lot of that was hand sewing the numbers on and I realize there are much easier ways to do them, hah. I love hand sewing, just wasn’t expecting the time it took. Overall, I think this is a fun pattern that would be great for bunting, decorating your Christmas tree, or even as a gift wrap option for handing out treats to students or family.
Kirsten Olson –
I can’t stop talking about this pattern to my family, I don’t think I’ve shut up since the day I first saw it. My Mother says it’s a family heirloom piece. My only suggestion is at the last iron previous to folding the top of the stocking over, is to run a wooden knitting needle or the like sideways against the seem to really PUSH those sides out. Pushing it out that way and ironing over it after makes the edges a bit crisper even if you’re an inexperienced sewer like myself. Please release this pattern asap if at all possible because I need to show it off for you. People have to see this thing. AMAZING.
Loesje Shema –
It went together easily. Letters would be very tedious if you did not have a cutting machine. I learned a new trick about how to serge an inside curve on the stockings. Instructions should say back tab will be shorter than the front tab when complete so people don’t think they made a mistake.
Janet Cox –
An easy sew, This makes a unique decoration for the Christmas season. The directions are easy to follow, and this makes a great scrap buster!
Harriëtte Aertse –
Great patron easy to make very beginner friendly
Jessica Kaiser –
Super cute project that you could get the whole family involved with. This will be a centerpiece for sure in our holiday decor.