Santa Better Not Pout Stocking Panel
Designed by Nancy Halvorsen
for Benartex Fabrics
The Santa Better Not Pout Stocking Panel includes four medium sized printed Christmas Stocking designs, each featuring a happy festive scene.
The designs vary between Santa packing his sleigh, a Red Robin building her nest surrounded by a holly wreath, a Reindeer with that cheeky little Red Robin and finally a Snowman.
As the panel includes four pre-printed Stocking sides, it gives you the option of making two double sided Stockings or four separate Stockings by backing each one of the printed designs with an alternative fabric.
(perfect if you are sewing for a family)
This panel would be suitable for all sewing levels, especially beginners.
The entire panel measures approximately 114cmW x 60mL
Each Stocking design measures 22cm wide at the top of the stocking.
The width of the Stocking design at the widest part – mid toe to heel -30cm
The length of each Stocking design is 50cm
Each Stocking panel is just waiting to be embroidered, embellished or just assembled to add a fun festive feel to your Christmas decor.
Sewing and assembly instructions are included on the panel.
This delightful Christmas Panel of Christmas Stockings is 100% cotton.
Just in case you are a bit nervous about embellishing and adding beads and sequins to your Christmas Stocking for some extra bling
Click HERE to see how easy it is.
Why do we hang Christmas Stockings?
A Christmas stocking is an empty sock or sock-shaped bag that is hung on Christmas Eve so that Santa Claus (or Father Christmas) can fill it with small toys, candy, fruit, coins or other small gifts when he arrives. In some Christmas stories, the contents of the Christmas stocking are the only toys the child receives at Christmas from Santa Claus; in other stories (and in tradition), some presents are also wrapped up in wrapping paper and placed under the Christmas tree. Tradition in Western culture threatens that a child who behaves badly during the year will receive only a piece or pile of coal. However, coal is rarely if ever left in a stocking, as it is considered cruel. Some people even put their Christmas stocking by their bedposts so Santa Claus can fill it by the bed while they sleep.