Glow in the Dark Snowflake Stocking

Glow in the Dark Snowflake Stocking

Handmade Christmas stockings from Coats & Clark give you the chance to personalize them for your family. Make unique and fun stockings this year with Coats and Clark's Glow in the Dark Snowflake Stocking.

Glow in the Dark Snowflake Stocking


  • Coats Glow in the Dark Thread (D86), 001 White
  • Coats Dual Duty Plus All-purpose thread, 0013 navy
  • Felt-Navy-1 yard, White, 1 square
  • Paper-backed fusible web
  • Stocking Pattern Any commercial pattern will do—as long as you have the basic shape. You will only need to use the front and back.
  • Snowflake pattern


  1. Stocking: Cut 2 (front & back) from navy.
  2. Cuff: Cut one from navy:3 ½ by width of stocking pattern.
  3. Cut one from white: 4” by width of stocking pattern.
  4. Fuse webbing to wrong side of white felt. Trace snowflake pattern onto paper backing. Cut out and fuse to front of stocking.
  5. Thread machine with Glow in the Dark thread. Set to a medium width satin stitch. Appliqué the snowflake.
  6. Embroider name on navy felt using satin stitch block letters, or programmed design.
  7. Align navy strip with top edge of stocking front, right sides together, machine-baste. Align white strip with top edge of navy strip. Stitch through all three layers using a ½ “ seam allowance.
  8. Hanger: Cut a strip of navy felt, 1” x 4”. Fold it in a loop and machine baste to wrong side of front in the upper right corner., loop extending.
  9. Place stocking back and front WRONG sides together. Thread machine with navy all-purpose thread. Stitch around stocking, ¼ inch from raw edge. Light press cuff to the right side.

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What! Glow in the dark thread. I did not know it exisited now I have got to try it out and what better way and this is just done with a satin stitch not embroidered for those who are crazy to do that. I like the snowflake but you can even just put the name across with the glow in the dark thread. Watch the kids faces light upwhen they see it.


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