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Fleece Zippered Stocking

By: The Designers of Coats and Clark

Need some new Christmas stockings? Update your old, worn out ones with Coats and Clark's Fleece Zippered Stockings. An easy sewing project from Coats & Clark that you'll love!

Fleece Zippered Stocking


  • Coats Dual Duty Plus® All-purpose Thread
  • Coats Sport Molded Closed Bottom Zipper - 7"
  • Extra-wide Double Fold Bias Tape
  • Double-sided Fleece Fabric


  1. Cut out stocking front and back from fleece.
  2. On the stocking front, draw a rectangle (Fig 1), ½" x 7½".
  3. Cut rectangle out of fleece along lines.
  4. Center zipper underneath cut-out. HAND BASTE around zipper, ¼" from cut edge.
  5. Set stitch length to 8 stitches per inch (3.5mm). Stitch around zipper, pivoting at corners.
  6. After installing zipper, straight stitch, zig zag or blanket stitch appliques such as snowmen, trees or toes & heels on stocking front.
  7. Stitch stocking front and back together.
  8. Encase upper edge in bias tape, folding under ends at zipper.
  9. Form a loop of bias tape and attach to seam of stocking for hanging.




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