Flatware Stockings

5:48:00 AM


Here's a cute little way to serve your flatware 
for Christmas dinner a la Pottery Barn.




Pottery Barn

With right sides of a cotton muslin fabric together...



I sewed around the stocking leaving a rather long leg on the top of the stocking for rolling.



Turn the stocking right-side-out, add an applique, fold down the top two times and press.


Then make more, enough for your whole family.



Then, if you're like me and just because you're on a roll....

cut some out of a different fabric!


This time I did not roll down the top, I liked the ragged edge. 

Then make a whole bunch more! 


And because you always want to have extras for when unexpected guests stop by...


Make another bundle!

Now we're prepared for Christmas Eve 
and Christmas Day!

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10 comments

  1. Tooo cute you are right a great idea!

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  2. Those are so cute, Susan! I love the black and white combo!

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  3. Oh my goodness Susan those are adorable!!
    What a cute idea!

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  4. Waaaay CUTE! I'm remembering this one for sure. Stop by and link up any gift wrap ideas at my Wednesday Wrap Party. Warm Hugs,

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  5. This little stockings are totally gorgeous! They are perfect to dress up the Christmas table! Thanks for the idea!! X

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  6. My daughter loves to set the table in different, yet clever ways. She would love this idea.

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