Christmas stockings have made their footprints all over Curbly since our very first Christmas together back in oh-six. Those early projects are still as fresh as ever, which is why we're giving them a shout out in this roundup in addition to a bunch more tutorials new to our ever-expanding library.
Here's a unique idea using aluminum screening that was included in a roundup back in 2010 (click here for the entire list.)
This delightful Ice Skate Stocking was featured in a roundup from 2011.
This was an original Curbly creation for the DIY Network from 2012.
Love these simply gorgeous socks from His & Hers.
From chic to shabby chic, here are Mom It Forward's monogramed stockings.
Jenny Allsorts provides the pattern and tutorial to make this charming Swedish Dala Horse stocking.
Recycling old sweaters to make new Christmas stockings? Still a great idea.
Speaking of recycling, paper bags of the holiday variety make GREAT Christmas stockings.
These last two ideas are from Martha, and they're perfect for those who aren't thrilled with patterns or sewing. For the first, there IS some sewing, but no real pattern. It's kind of a Frankenstein stocking in that it's pieced together from chunks of others. Love it.
And our last tutorial is actually a two-fer in that they're stockings plus an advent calendar made with pre-purchased baby socks. Keep an eye out for after-Christmas sales for the socks to make one of these for NEXT year!