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This stocking is made from a sweet vintage patchwork quilt with a lovely variety of 1930s and 1940s print fabrics. Each side of the stocking has different fabrics from the quilt. The foldover cuff are made from new woven cotton red and creamy white striped ticking with a vintage look. The big bow is a tiny dot reproduction feedsack cotton fabric. The lining is new quilting cotton in a festive red and green design. The stocking has a red satin ribbon hanging loop and is a traditional size, measuring 20 inches from the top to the toe, when hanging vertically as shown in the photos (but not including the hanging loop).

The stocking body, lining, bow and cuff have multiple layers of three different interlinings, to give the stocking a finished appearance and structure and make it very durable. All seams are triple stitched or serged, so the stocking can be filled with lots of goodies at Christmastime. It is finished on both sides, so it can be hung with the toe pointing either right or left or displayed where both sides will be seen, like on a chair back or coat rack.

The shipping weight for the stocking is two pounds. Etsy does not have a shipping calculator, so shipping cost is given for the farthest U.S. destination. In many cases, the cost will be less, and I will refund the difference through Paypal immediately following shipment. I usually ship the next business day following payment.

Sweet Vintage Patchwork Quilt Heirloom Christmas Stocking with Ticking Cuff and Bow


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: cotton fabrics, satin ribbon, interlinings, antique quilt
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 410 reviews
  • Favorited by: 6 people