Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Easy Stocking Tutorial - Tomorrow!

Sorry for the technical difficulties folks. I thought I set this to go for tomorrow and it magically showed up a day early! So some of you got a sneak peak. (I'm feeling rather like a dork - blame it on the brain mush of December.)

So come back tomorrow for the details. And I'll have the template glitch fixed by then too! Thanks!

11 comments:

  1. So simple and so adorable! Love it!

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  2. thanks so much for sharing.Amy

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  3. Love these! Thank you so much for the tutorial.

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  4. This is by far the easiest stocking I think that can be made! Love it! I'll have to come back and see if i can download the template because it isn't working for me at this time. {Google is known to have it's problems.}

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  5. Ohh - this looks really easy, I think I could manage this one. I can't download the pattern though :(

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  6. Very cute! Thanks for the tute Amy! Happy Holidays!

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  7. Amy, I love your tutorials. You make it seem actually do-able. (By the way, "g" = Sarah Bateman)

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  8. Thanks for the awesome tutorial with pics! I'm making all of our family stockings next year so I'll just blow it up! :)

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  9. Thanks for the tutorial. i'm planning on making stockings this year and this looks like a nice easy approach!

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  10. It's been mentioned above, but the link to the stocking template leads to a "missing page" in Google. *grin* That aside, I like the thought of lined stockings and skipping the nuisance of tangled, knotted threads!

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