November 2, 2018 by Robin @ Imperial Crochet
It’s early November and that means it’s time to get your crocheted Christmas projects done so you’ll have them ready in time for the Holiday season.
If you’re looking for some cute crochet Christmas Stocking patterns to make as gifts or to use as home decor, you’ve come to the right place.
All of the following crochet Christmas Stocking patterns are being brought to you from Etsy where I’m proud to be an affiliate. They were created with love by crochet designers who keep shop there. They may not be free but they are reasonably priced and super cute.
Disclosure: This blog post contains affiliate links. You can read my full disclosure HERE. I did not create these patterns. I can not vouch for their quality and I do not own the photos shown here. I’m simply sharing them for your viewing, crocheting, and gift-giving pleasure.
10 Cute Crochet Christmas Stocking Patterns
Please note: These are listed in no particular order. I think they’re ALL equally adorable but your idea of cuteness may differ from mine. Browse through to see them all and when you’re done, feel free to tell me which one was your favorite in the comments section. I love hearing from my readers!
1. Cute Oversized Christmas Stocking Pattern
I love the texture caused by the variety of stitches on this attractive oversized Christmas stocking pattern for beginner to intermediate crocheters.
2. Cute Mary Jane Christmas Stocking Pattern
The cuteness is oozing out of this one! It looks like a foot wearing a Mary Jane shoe and ruffled socks making it perfect for your favorite little girl or even for a big girl who loves shoes!
3. Cute Unicorn Crochet Christmas Stocking Pattern
Unicorns are hot and super trendy right now. Kids are just crazy for them and adults like them a lot too! Enough said.
4. Cute Hockey Skate Crochet Christmas Stocking Pattern
If you’ve got a hockey player in the family or even someone who’s a big hockey fan, this is a winning choice. The best part about making it yourself is that you can use the colors of their favorite team too. Double win!!!
5. Cute Mermaid Tail Crochet Christmas Stocking Pattern
This mermaid tail design is an adorable Christmas stocking for anyone who loves mermaids (mermen?) or plans to decorate a coastal cottage for the holidays. Again being able to make these in your favorite colors is a definite plus. Since I love the beach, I’m in love with this nautical treasure and plan to make a couple of these for my own home.
6. Cute Crochet Santa and Elf Christmas Stocking Pattern
These cute crocheted stockings feature classic Santa and Elf faces with loopy beards. Sold as a pattern pair these delightful stockings should appeal to just about anyone on your list but would be perfect for the littlest ones.
7. Cute Jumbo Chenille Christmas Stocking Pattern
This darling crocheted Christmas stocking looks like it would work up really fast and be super squishy soft when it’s done. Again, the ability to choose your colors and floral pieces make this a true delight.
8. Cute Hiking Boot Crochet Christmas Stocking Pattern
Do you have any outdoorsman or outdoorswomen on your list? If so, this uniquely designed Hiking Boot Christmas Stocking pattern is sure to please!
9. Cute Crochet Dog Christmas Stocking Pattern
You can use this crochet pattern to create a Christmas stocking for your favorite puppy dog or for someone who loves dogs. The designer, Little Bamboo Handmade also has several other really amazing animal and character Christmas stocking patterns. See them all HERE.
10. Cute Infant Photo Prop Christmas Stocking and Santa Hat Crochet Pattern
With a precious newborn inside, this has to be the absolute cutest crochet Christmas Stocking pattern on this list. If you’ve got a new baby coming during the holiday season, this one is a must!
I hope you enjoyed browsing through my choices for super cute crocheted Christmas Stockings. I’ve tried to mix it up a bit with patterns that would be best for beginners through those with a bit more experience.
How about you? Did you choose a favorite? Which one will you be making? Or have you already crocheted your own Christmas Stockings? If you have, please tell me all about them. Share your thoughts in the comment section!