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Cut out your stockings. You will need two of the outside fabric and two of the lining fabric for each stocking. I find it’；s easiest to do this by folding your fabric in half (right or wrong sides together) and cutting out， that way you have mirror images of your stockings. If you are cutting out the stockings on an electronic cutting machine， make sure you make a copy of the stocking and then mirror it so you have both sides of the stocking.
Line up one outside piece and one lining piece right sides together. Make sure the toes are going the same direction. Sew along the top seam with a 1/4″； seam allowance. Press the seam to one side. Repeat for the other set.accent pillow case baby canvas outdoor
Line your two pieces uppersonalized wedding gifts， matching the outside pieces together and the lining pieces together. Make sure the seams where the pieces are sewn together line up. Sew around the entire piece using a 1/4″； seam allowance， leaving an opening in the bottom of the stocking for turning. (as indicated by the space between the yellow butterfly pins).
Use pinking shears or sharp scissors to cut notches in all the curves of the stocking.Turn right side out and press. Make sure you push out the seams all the way， especially on the curves to get the best possible stocking shape.
Turn the seam allowance of the opening in the lining under and sew using an edge stitch.
Push the lining inside of the stocking. Make sure the top seam is even and press.
Turn over the cuff of the stocking.
Now repeat 11 more times!
I find it’；s easier to do these in batches of 3 or 4， just to keep things moving and to feel like I’；m making progress.？ They are actually pretty simple to put together!
I used my Cricut to make some tags with chipboard and vinyl， but you could use cardstock， fabric or even precut tags. Next， I attached the stockings to the string for hanging with clothespins.
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I have been babysitting quite the little forager lately. She loves?to spend the afternoons out in the garden collecting flowers, sticks, and pretty much anything else she can find (yesterday I found a half eaten carrot and pebbles she snuck into my back pocket). I was inspired by her to make this sweet Little Forager Skirt. It does not require a pattern, and has a flat front with elastic back, so it’s easy to get on and off your little one.
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Good Morning! It’s a good day, as it’s Jordan & my’s 5th wedding Anniversary. Thank you so much for your kinds words about our anniversary post. But now we are back to sharing easy home decor projects. And I am so excited to officially welcome in the first day of fall with?Jess from The Bright Green Door on this first day of fall on her “Hello Fall”? room tour. For this fun hop, I am pulling back the curtains on our family room decorated for fall– with lots of pumpkins!?It’s a slight addiction, corralled into one space.