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This is a free pretty Christmas Crochet Stocking using Chevron and Wave Stitch Patterns and is made with worsted and faux fur yarn.
Is it Christmas yet? With the amount of Christmas patterns, I have designed already….and it’s not even fall yet, it makes me want to decorate my home already. LOL But seriously I love Christmas patterns. The bold red, white, and green patterns make me smile and so happy.
So when my “The Crochet Club” members asked for a Christmas Stocking pattern, I knew right away which colors I would pick. They wanted a Chevron Stocking. So that is what I designed and we crocheted.
The pattern is actually much easier than it might sound, but if you like to have the video tutorials for the pattern, you’ll need to join The Crochet Club as the video tutorials are exclusive to the membership.
Now, let’s get started with this fun free Christmas-colored themed Chevron Wave Stocking crochet pattern.
Ready to make this one?
Table of contents
- The pattern was a Design CAL
- Get the PDF of the Christmas Chevron Wave Stocking Crochet Pattern
- How to Crochet the Chevron Wave Christmas Stocking Pattern
- Video Tutorials for the Crochet Chevron Stocking Pattern
- Free Written Pattern for the Chevron Wave Christmas Stocking
The pattern was a Design CAL
These Design CALs are super special because members have input on how the pattern turns out. We start the pattern with an idea and every week, for 4 weeks, the pattern is extended until it’s done. All through video tutorials, one each week. There is a new Design CAL each month now.
This Christmas Stocking was designed in July 2022 in The Crochet Club. It was a highly requested pattern. In the first week, we created the stocking toes, then the following week extended it to crochet the stocking foot. In week three we added the heel and then finished it the following week with the stocking leg and cuff.
You’ll be able to find all the video tutorials in The Crochet Club as they are exclusive to the membership. But the pattern is now accessible also on my website for you with ads, or Ravelry, Etsy, and LoveCrafts as a pdf without ads.
Get the PDF of the Christmas Chevron Wave Stocking Crochet Pattern
This pattern is also available as an ad-free, printer-friendly pdf pattern that can be purchased at the links below for only a small fee.
If you like Christmas crochet patterns, you might like these also:
- Faux Fur Suzette Stocking
- Christmas Tree Tissue Box Cover
- Spiral Christmas Tree Skirt
- Christmas Advent Calendar Pillow
So, let me now give you the supplies you need in order to crochet this cute pattern.
How to Crochet the Chevron Wave Christmas Stocking Pattern
Materials you will need
- 4.0 & 6.0mm Crochet Hook (or pick your favorite size for the yarn you picked) -> I used Furls Crochet Streamline Resin Hook
- use NICKI15 for 15% off
- tapestry needle
- 3 buttons – 1.5 inches in diameter
4 sts x 5 rounds = 1 square inch in sc
6 x 21 inches
Stitches used in the pattern
Learn all the basic crochet stitches HERE
- st/sts = stitch/stitches
- ch = chain
- sc = single crochet
- dc = double crochet
- tr = treble crochet
- dtr = double treble crochet
- tog = together/decrease
- sk = skip
- MR = Magic Ring
- invisible join
- ATC = Alternative Turning Chain (or Ch 3 (for dc) or 4 (for tr) and count as stitch) – made by stacking 2 sc stitches (equal to 1 dc) or 3 sc stitches (equal to 1 tr) on top of each other
Video Tutorials for the Crochet Chevron Stocking Pattern
This pattern was designed as part of the Design CAL hosted in The Crochet Club and comes with 4 video tutorials that are exclusive to the membership. You’ll be able to find all the video tutorials in The Crochet Club.
Free Written Pattern for the Chevron Wave Christmas Stocking
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This pattern is designed from the bottom up and can easily be adjusted in height.
Work in continuous rounds (use a stitch marker)
R1: MR, 8 sc into the circle
R2: 2 sc per stitch until the end of the round (16 sts)
R3: * 1 sc, 2sc in the next st, repeat from * until the end of the round (24 sts)
R4: * 1 sc in the next 2 sts, 2 sc in the next st, repeat from * until the end of the round (32 sts)
R5: * 1 sc in the next 3 sts, 2 sc in the next st, repeat from * until the end of the round (40 sts)
R6: * 1 sc in the next 4 sts, 2 sc in the next st, repeat from * until the end of the round (48 sts)
R7 – 12: 1 sc per st (48 sts)
R1: using white *1 hdc, 1 dc, 3 tr in the same st, 1 dc, 1 hdc, 1 sc, repeat from * until the end of the round, sl st to the first st, cut yarn
R2: using green start where the first tr was made in the previous round, *1 sc, 3 sc in the same st, 1 sc, 1 sc, 3 sctog over 3 sts, 1 sc, repeat from * until the end of the round, sl st to the first st
R3: still using green, *1 sc, 3 sc in the same st, 1 sc, 1 sc, 3 sctog over 3 sts, 1 sc, repeat from * until the end of the round, sl st to the first st, cut yarn
R4: using red, attach yarn on a sc next to the 3 sctog from the previous round, *1 dc, 1 hdc, 1 sc, 1 hdc, 1 dc, 3 trtog over 3 sts, repeat from * until the end of the round, sl st to the first st
(first dc is either a ATC or ch 3 that counts as a stitch)
R5: still using red, 1 sc in each st, sl st to the first st, cut yarn
R6: using white, 1 sc in each st, sl st to the first st
Repeat R1-6 two more times, BUT finish with R5 after the last repeat
Attach your yarn somewhere on the side where your seams are, using stitch markers mark off 20 sts
R1: 1 sc dec, then 1 sc per st until you have 2 sts left, 1 sc dec, turn
Repeat R1 until you have 4 sts left
R9: 1 sc inc, 1 sc per st until there is 1 st left, 1 sc inc, turn
Repeat R9 until you have 20 sts in one row, cut about 1 foot of yarn
Fold over the hourglass-shaped heel and connect stitch 1 (marked initially with a stitch marker) with the parallel edge stitch of the last row you made, then do the same with stitch 20 (also marked off with a stitch marker)
Reference the video if that doesn’t make sense
Attach the white yarn and crochet one round of just single crochet stitches, combining the 2 stitch marker marked stitches into 1 and going around the last row of the heel (you should end up with 48 sts)
Seam the open areas of the heel now or after you’re done with stocking, using the mattress stitch.
Stocking Leg and Cuff
Repeat R1-6 from the Stocking Foot section 3, 4, 5 or 6 times, depending on how long you want the leg part to be
Loop to hang the stocking:
single crochet or sl st until you reach the back of the stocking (parallel to the heel), then crochet in rows: 1 sc in 3-5 sts (up to you – depending on how wide you want the loop to be), turn
Next rows (amount depends on your preference): 1 sc per st, turn
Then fold over the strap and turn it into a loop and sew it to the inside of the stocking
attach the yarn (I used faux fur) and then crochet 1 sc per st or every other st for 3-6 rounds.
Fasten off and weave in your ends and fold over the cuff
Once you’re done, you are ready to use your chevron wave stocking.
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