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HOW TO MAKE A CHRISTMAS STOCKING


This Christmas, we have teamed up with haberdashery gurus and bloggers New Craft House to share their tricks of the trade for the festive period. Learn how to create this luxurious addition to your Christmas interior by following our simple step by step tutorial. Pamper your fireplace by hanging these joyful booties above the hearth and fill them with the season’s must-haves.

SHOP FABRIC

SHOP STOCKING FILLERS

Block 1

1. Cut two pieces of your outer fabric, wadding and lining from the boot template. Download the stocking template here.

Block 2

2. Cut one piece of both outer fabric and lining from the cuff template.

Block 3

3. Cut a small strip (18cm x 6cm) from a complimentary fabric of your choice for the hanging tab.

Row 4

4. Match the wadding boot pieces to both wrong sides of the boot shell, then place both shell pieces right sides together to pin all four pieces together.

Row 5

5. Stitch around the boot with a seam allowance of your choice (we would advise 1cm) and leave the top unstitched.

Block 6

6. Clip the seams along the curves, then turn right sides to the outside.

Block 7

7. Place the lining boot pieces right sides together and stitch around with seam allowance, leaving the top unstitched. Clip the seams along the curves, then turn right sides to the outside.

Block 8

8. Place the cuff lining and cuff shell with right sides together and stitch together along one side. Open and press the seam.

Block 9

9. Fold the cuff piece in half, right sides together, then stitch along the short edge together.

Block 10

10. Turn right sides to the outside and fold down the cuff along the long seamed edge. Press.

Block 11

11. To make your hanging tab, fold your piece of fabric in half lengthways, press, open out, then fold each edge in half again into the centre crease. Press. Stitch along the long edge. Fold the tab in half and press.

Block 12

12. Place your boot lining inside your boot with raw edges matching at the top, pin together. Place your cuff inside the boot again with raw edges matching at the top and pin. The right side of your cuff should lie against the lining of the boot.

Block 13

13. Sandwich your fabric tab in-between the cuff and the boot at the back seam, again with raw edges matching at the top.

Block 14

14. Make sure all layers are pinned together, then stitch around the top with a 1cm seam allowance.

Block 15

15. Turn the cuff onto the outside of your boot to complete your stocking. Hang, fill and enjoy!

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HOW TO MAKE A CHRISTMAS STOCKING


This Christmas, we have teamed up with haberdashery gurus and bloggers New Craft House to share their tricks of the trade for the festive period. Learn how to create this luxurious addition to your Christmas interior by following our simple step by step tutorial. Pamper your fireplace by hanging these joyful booties above the hearth and fill them with the season’s must-haves.

SHOP FABRIC

SHOP STOCKING FILLERS

Block 1

1. Cut two pieces of your outer fabric, wadding and lining from the boot template. Download the stocking template here.

Block 2

2. Cut one piece of both outer fabric and lining from the cuff template.

Block 3

3. Cut a small strip (18cm x 6cm) from a complimentary fabric of your choice for the hanging tab.

Row 4

4. Match the wadding boot pieces to both wrong sides of the boot shell, then place both shell pieces right sides together to pin all four pieces together.

Row 5

5. Stitch around the boot with a seam allowance of your choice (we would advise 1cm) and leave the top unstitched.

Block 6

6. Clip the seams along the curves, then turn right sides to the outside.

Block 7

7. Place the lining boot pieces right sides together and stitch around with seam allowance, leaving the top unstitched. Clip the seams along the curves, then turn right sides to the outside.

Block 8

8. Place the cuff lining and cuff shell with right sides together and stitch together along one side. Open and press the seam.

Block 9

9. Fold the cuff piece in half, right sides together, then stitch along the short edge together.

Block 10

10. Turn right sides to the outside and fold down the cuff along the long seamed edge. Press.

Block 11

11. To make your hanging tab, fold your piece of fabric in half lengthways, press, open out, then fold each edge in half again into the centre crease. Press. Stitch along the long edge. Fold the tab in half and press.

Block 12

12. Place your boot lining inside your boot with raw edges matching at the top, pin together. Place your cuff inside the boot again with raw edges matching at the top and pin. The right side of your cuff should lie against the lining of the boot.

Block 13

13. Sandwich your fabric tab in-between the cuff and the boot at the back seam, again with raw edges matching at the top.

Block 14

14. Make sure all layers are pinned together, then stitch around the top with a 1cm seam allowance.

Block 15

15. Turn the cuff onto the outside of your boot to complete your stocking. Hang, fill and enjoy!

BESPOKE CURTAIN ESTIMATE FORM

House of Hackney now offers an exceptional in-house bespoke curtain and blind-making service tailor-made to our customer's requirements.

Our service offers you a wide choice of headings, fabrics and styles to create a truly bespoke window dress. All you need to do is supply your window measurements and follow the easy instructions on screen.

To receive a quotation simply follow the 4 steps below and a member of the team will respond with a quotation within 24 hours:

  • Step 1

    Choose your fabric

  • Step 2

    Select your heading type

  • Step 3

    Enter your measurements

  • Step 4

    Choose your lining

For any queries or if you would like to talk through your needs with the team please contact the customer services team on + 44 (0) 207 739 3901 e-mail : bespoke@houseofhackney.com.


STEP 1 Choose your fabric

FOR ALL FABRIC OPTIONS PLEASE SEE HERE

STEP 2 Select your heading type

  • Pencil
  • Double Pinch
  • Triple Pinch

STEP 3 Enter your measurements (cm)

STEP 4 Choose your lining

BESPOKE BLIND ESTIMATE FORM

House of Hackney now offers an exceptional in-house bespoke curtain and blind-making service tailor-made to our customer's requirements.

Our service offers you a wide choice of headings, fabrics and styles to create a truly bespoke window dress. All you need to do is supply your window measurements and follow the easy instructions on screen.

To receive a quotation simply follow the 5 steps below and a member of the team will respond with a quotation within 24 hours:

  • Step 1

    Choose your fabric

  • Step 2

    Select your
    mechanism type

  • Step 3

    Enter your
    mechanism pully

  • Step 4

    Enter your blind size

  • Step 5

    Enter your lining type

For any queries or if you would like to talk through your needs with the team please contact the customer services team on + 44 (0) 207 739 3901 e-mail : bespoke@houseofhackney.com.


STEP 1 Choose your fabric

FOR ALL FABRIC OPTIONS PLEASE SEE HERE

STEP 2 Select your mechanism type

  • Casset
  • Clean Batten

STEP 3 Enter your mechanism pully

STEP 4 Enter your blind size (cm)

STEP 5 Enter your lining type

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