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Elf Stocking Pattern Designed by Mary Smith 2016

Elf StockingPage � of � 27�Copyright 2016 Mary Smith www.ravelry.com/designers/mary-smith Abbreviations ?ch - chain?sc - single crochet?hdc - half double crochet?dc - double crochet?inc - increase (sc 2 times in the next stitch)?dec - decrease (stitch next 2 stitches together)?fhdc - foundation half double crochet?fphdc - front post half double crochet?bphdc - back post half double crochet?sl st - slip stitch?st(s) - stitch(es)?sk - skip chain or stitch?sp - space?BLO - back loop only?FLO - front loop only?R - round?[ ] - repeat work as directed?( ) - number of stitches you should have at the end of the round?FO - ?nish off?MR - magic ringFinished stocking is about 16? long if using worsted weight yarn.Before you begin ?This stocking is worked in continuous rounds. Mark the beginning of each round with a stitch marker.?Use the ?magic ring? when starting rounds. There are many youtube videos teaching how to make a magic ring or magic circle.?Gauge is not important in this project as long as you are consistent with your tension.?TIP: Always change colors in the stitch BEFORE the color change by pulling the new color through the 2 loops, thus beginning with the correct color on your hook.?This project is made with all sc stitches unless otherwise speci?ed.

Elf StockingPage � of � 37Stocking With whiteR1: MR sc 6R2: inc x6 (12)R3: [inc, sc 1] x6 (18)R4: [inc, sc 2] x6 (24)R5: [inc, sc 3] x6 (30)R6: sc 2, [inc, sc 4] x5, inc, sc 2 (36)R7: sc 36R8: [inc, sc 5] x6 (42)R9: sc 3, [inc, sc 6] x5, inc, sc 3 (48)R10: [inc, sc 7] x6 (54)R11-13: sc 54FO with sl st.Join red.R14-33: sc 54R34: [inc, sc 8] x6 (60)R35-37: sc 60Begin Heel. Drop red ( You will pick back up at end of heel) . R1: join white to next stitch, sc 30, ch 1, turnR2: dec, sc 26, dec (28)R3: ch 1, turn, sc 28R4: ch 1, turn, dec, sc 24, dec (26)R5: ch 1, turn, sc 26R6: ch 1, turn, dec, sc 22, dec (24)�Copyright 2016 Mary Smith www.ravelry.com/designers/mary-smith Supplies ?Worsted Weight Yarn [4] in colors listed below?Red (Stocking) Red Heart: Cherry Red [250 yds] ?White (Stocking) Impeccable Big: White [100 yds] ?Green (Hat) Impeccable: Kelly Green [50 yds] ?Skin Color (Face) Hobby Lobby I Love This Yarn: Light Peach [25 yds] ?Black (Eyebrows) Scrap?2 - 12mm Safety Eyes?Crochet hook size F/5 (3.75mm) and H/7 (5.00mm)?Yarn needle?Stitch markers?Fiber?ll or stuf?ng of choiceUse F hook for everything in this pattern except the stocking cuff.

Elf StockingPage � of � 47R7: ch 1, turn, sc 24R8: ch 1, turn, dec, sc 20, dec (22)R9: ch 1, turn, sc 22R10: ch 1, turn, dec, sc 18, dec (20)R11: ch 1, turn, [dec, sc 7] x2, dec (17)R12: ch 1, turn, dec, sc 6, dec, sc 5, dec (14)R13: ch 1, turn, [dec, sc 4] x2, dec (11)R14: ch 1, turn, dec, sc 7, dec (9)R15: ch 1, turn, dec, sc 5, dec (7)FO. Join white to 1st sc in R1 of heel. R16: sc 35 sts around heel edgeFO. End heel.Pick up red, begin working with red where you left off.R38: sc 35 around heel, [dec, sc 4] x5 (60)R39-73: sc 60FOStocking Cuff Join white and change to H hook.R74: ch 2, hdc 60R75-83: join, ch 2, [fphdc, bphdc] x30FO, weave in tail.Stocking Hanger With whiteR1: fhdc 25FO, leave 12? tail. Fold hanger in half and sew to top of stocking, heel side.Head With skin colorR1: MR sc 6R2: inc x6 (12)R3: [inc, sc 1] x6 (18)R4: [inc, sc 2] x6 (24)R5: [inc, sc 3] x6 (30)R6: sc 2, [inc, sc 4] x5, inc, sc 2 (36)R7: [inc, sc 5] x6 (42)R8: sc 3, [inc, sc 6] x5, inc, sc 3 (48)R9: [inc, sc 7] x6 (54)R10: sc 4, [inc, sc 8] x5, inc, sc 4 (60)R11: [inc, sc 9] x6 (66)R12: sc 5, [inc, sc 10] x5, inc, sc 5 (72)R13: [inc, sc 11] x6 (78)�Copyright 2016 Mary Smith www.ravelry.com/designers/mary-smith

Elf StockingPage � of � 57R14: [dec, sc 4] x13 (65)FO, leave 24? tail. When cutting white felt for eyes, insert the eyes into the felt and then cut around them to get them the size you like. Alternately, you can use the oval template above if you are working with worsted weight yarn. If you are using larger or smaller yarn, you can change the size of the template to be the size you like. Insert 12mm eyes and felt at R3-4, 2-4 sts apart.Use tail to sew to head to stocking 3 rows down from cuff, and about 7 rows up from heel. Stuff lightly. I ?nd scraps of bonded batting easier to use for this part. Nose With skin colorR1: MR [sc 2, hdc 2] x2 (8) R2-3: sc 8FO, leave 8? tail for sewing to face. Sew to face below eyes.Stitch mouth with black yarn. Blush cheeks.Ears - make 2 With skin colorR1: MR sc 6R2: inc x6 (12)Right Ear: R3: inc, in next st: (hdc, dc, ch 2, sl st in 2 nd ch from hook, hdc), inc x10 Left Ear: R3: inc x10, in next st: (hdc, dc, ch 2, sl st in 2 nd ch from hook, hdc) , inc FO, leave 12? tail for sewing to head.Sew to sides of head.With desired colors, embroider mouth and eyebrowsBlush cheeks, top of nose, and tops of ears.Hat With whiteR1: ch 28, hdc in 3rd ch from hook, hdc 25 (26)R2: ch 2, turn, sk 1st st, [fphdc, bphdc] x13 (26)Change to greenR3-5: ch 1, turn, sc 26R6: ch 1, turn, dec, sc 22, dec (24)R7: ch 1, turn, [dec, sc 4] x4 (20)R8-9: ch 1, turn, sc 20 (20)R10: ch 1, turn, [dec, sc 3] x4 (16)R11: ch 1, turn, sc 16R12: ch 1, turn, [dec, sc 2] x4 (12)R13-14: ch 1, turn, sc 12R15: ch 1, turn, [dec, sc 1] x4 (8)�Copyright 2016 Mary Smith www.ravelry.com/designers/mary-smith

Elf StockingPage � of � 67R16-17: ch 1, turn, sc 8R18: ch 1, turn, [dec, sc 2] x2 (6)R19: ch 1, turn, sc 6R20: ch 1, turn, [dec, sc 1] x2 (4)R21-22: ch 1, turn, sc 4R23: ch 1, turn, dec x2 (2)R24-25: ch 1, turn, sc 2 (2)R26: ch 1, turn, dec (1)R27: ch 1, turn, sc 1FO, leave 24? tail. Use tail to sew hat onto head and stocking. Fold tip down and stitch in place.Make a white pom pom by wrapping yarn around your ?ngers many many times and tying in the center with a scrap piece of yarn. Cut sides. Sew pom pom to tip of hat.Scarf With redR1: ch 6, sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc 4 (5)Change to white.R2-3: ch 1, turn, sc 5Change to red.R4-5: ch 1, turn, sc 5Continue pattern to desired length. Model has 28 white sections.Last row: change to red, ch 1, turn, sc 5FO, leave tail as fringe. Cut 10, 8? pieces of red and 10, 8? pieces of white and add as fringe (5 on each side) on ends.Tie scarf around neck. Stitch in place.Congratulations ! Your stocking is now complete and ready for Christmas!!! I hope you enjoyed using this pattern. I would love to see pictures of your ?nished projects !! Note: Be careful when giving your ?nished project to young ones. Your project contains small parts and pieces. If these pieces were to come off, they could pose a choking hazard to small children and pets.Additional Information I am happy to answer any questions or try to help while you are making your amigurumi toy. Please feel free to contact me at mary@madebymary.biz. Please share your ?nished pictures and get updates by visiting my facebook page. You can also get updates and sneak peeks of upcoming new designs.Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/craftsmadebymary If you enjoyed this pattern and would like to check out more of my creations, please visit one of my shops:�Copyright 2016 Mary Smith www.ravelry.com/designers/mary-smith

Elf StockingPage � of � 77Ravelry: Mary Smith Designs http://www.ravelry.com/stores/mary-smith-designsEtsy: Made by Mary maryabbie986.etsy.com Copyright Info Thank you for purchasing my pattern! I worked very hard on designing and writing this, so please do not copy, alter, share or upload this pattern anywhere. Please contact me if you have obtained this pattern anywhere other than directly from me. You have worked hard on your ?nished item and may use pieces made with this pattern for non-commercial and commercial purposes. Commercial permission includes online handmade communities/shops, local craft fairs, etc. Commercial permission does not include mass market or factory production of any kind. Please do not claim this pattern, design, or the pictures in it as your own. The only thing I ask is a clear designer credit to Mary Smith or Made by Mary and a link back to my Ravelry shop.�Copyright 2016 Mary Smith www.ravelry.com/designers/mary-smith