This darling crochet mini stocking advent calendar is perfect for counting down to your favorite holiday or to Christmas. Make 24 of these cute mini crochet stockings and one large one to complete your crochet advent calendar. Place a treat or small gift in each stocking and enjoy the countdown. The pattern includes 10 design variations for the crochet mini stockings and one slightly larger stocking. This post contains affiliate links which means I get a small commission if you make a purchase as no extra cost to you. Thanks for your support!
Getting out our crochet stocking advent calendar has been one of my kids’ favorite holiday traditions. This year (since apparently my kids are not as addicted to sugar as I am) we used their leftover Halloween candy to stuff each stocking! They even helped, picking out their favorites. It was very fun.
The PDF pattern includes 10 variations of these tiny mini stockings, plus one larger Christmas Day stocking, and also includes the instructions for the hook board.
I made a full set of plaid, but I also have a set of the mixed variations, so I love to change it up each year.
Using the unique patterns, you can make 24 of these darling little stockings for your crochet advent calendar!
I also added a slightly larger stocking to the very bottom as the final day (you can choose to simply count down to Christmas Eve, which is also a popular choice)
CROCHET MINI STOCKING ADVENT CALENDAR – CROCHET PATTERN
What you need:
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What you need:
– Size H Hook
– Medium Weight Yarn in two colors (Knit Picks Brava) 5 skeins total to complete all 24
– Yarn Needle
I also whipped up a couple of the DAY 5 stockings in magical “house” colors and made them into ornaments! How fun is this!
You can get the Day 5 striped stocking with the house color notations in my shop here:
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