Fox Crochet Stocking | A Pattern Remix
Christmas is on its way and that means it will soon be time to hang our stockings. I wanted to make a crochet fox stocking for my daughter’s first Christmas and the Designer Remix provided the perfect opportunity! Pam at Sincerely, Pam had already designed a beautiful crochet stocking with a reindeer motif. I just had to add my own foxy twist.
What is a pattern remix?
Pamela at Sincerely, Pam had already designed a beautiful crochet stocking with a reindeer motif. Instead of making a new stocking pattern, I have obtained Pamela’s permission to create an add on or second motif to provide the crochet community for here crochet stocking design.
In order to create the Fox Stocking you will first need to follow her Crochet A Long for parts 1 and 2.
Then you will use the instructions below to create the center section using the Fox Motif and then jump back over to Pamela’s blog for part 4.
And Volia! you have a Fox stocking! So let’s take a look at what we need for the Fox version of this stocking.
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Red Heart Super Saver Yarn
You will need less than 100 yards of the two main colors and less than 20 yards of the design colors.
- Grey Heather (For the Main Part)
- Hunter Green(For the Toe, Heel and Cuff)
- Pumpkin, White, Black (For the Design)
Size J Crochet Hook (Check out my go to hooks here)
Sc- Single Crochet
Slst – Slip Stitch
Ch – Chain
St – Stitch
Fox Crochet Stocking
After completing your heel, you will switch back to your main color.
- Like the rest of the project you will not turn at the end of the row..
- I do not work over my other colors but instead carrying them behind the work. You will have a few loops on the inside of the work, but this keeps the tapestry stitches from being taller than the rest of the Single Crochet.
R32: Ch1, Sc in the back loops only in each stitch around, slst to the first st. (42 sts)
R33-38: Ch1, Sc in the back loops only in each stitch around, slst to the first st. (42sts)
Note: For rows 39-64 you are going to repeat R38 changing colors as indicated.
For the Rows below: G=Gray, B=Black, W=White, and R=Orange
R39: Ch1, Sc 19G, 3B, 2G, 3B, 15G, slst to first st.
R40: Ch1, Sc 19G, 3B, 2G, 3B, 15G, slst to first st.
R41: Ch1, Sc 18G, 2R, 2B, 2W, 2B, 2R, 14G, slst to first st.
R42: Ch1, Sc 18G, 2R, 2B, 2W, 2B, 2R, 14G, slst to first st.
R43: Ch1, Sc 17G, 5R, 2W, R4, 14G, slst to first st.
R44: Ch1, Sc 17G, 5R, 2W, 4R, 14G, slst to first st.
R45: Ch1, Sc 14G, B, 4R, 2W, 4R, 14G, slst to first st.
R46: Ch1, Sc 13G, 5R, B, 3R, 2W, 3R, 15G, slst to first st.
R47: Ch1, Sc 12G, 7R, B, 6R, 16G, slst to first st.
R48: Ch1, Sc 12G, 2W, 5R, B, R, 3W, R, 17G, slst to first st.
R49: Ch1, Sc 11G, 4W, 3R, G, 3W, 16G, slst to first st.
R50: Ch1, Sc 11G, 5W, R, 4W, 3B, 4W, 14G, slst to first st.
R51: Ch1, Sc 11G, 4W, 2G, 12W, 13G, slst to first st.
R52: Ch1, Sc 11G, 3W, G, R, 3W, B, 2W, R, 2W, B, 3W, R, 12G, slst to first st.
R53: Ch1, Sc 12G, 2W, G, 2R, 2W, B, W, 3R, W, B, 2W, 2R, 12G, slst to first st.
R54: Ch1, Sc 12G, W, G, 3R, 4W, 3R, 4W, 3R, 11G, slst to first st.
R55: Ch1, Sc 15G, 3R, 2W, 5R, 2W, 3R, 12G, slst to first st.
R56: Ch1, Sc 16R, 13R, 13G, slst to first st.
R57: Ch1, Sc 16G, 13R, 13G, slst to first st.
R58: Ch1, Sc 15R, 15R, 12G, slst to first st.
R59: Ch1, Sc 15G, R, 2W, 10R, W. R. 12G, slst to first st.
R60: Ch1, Sc 15G, B, 4W, 7R, 2W, B, 12G, slst to first st.
R61: Ch1, Sc, 15G, B, 3W, 2R, 3G, R, 4W, B, 12G, slst to first st.
R62: Ch1, Sc, 15G, B, W, 3B, 4G, R, 2B, 2W, B, 12G, slst to first st.
R63: Ch1, Sc, 15G, 3B, 8G, 4B, 12G, slst to first st.
R64: Ch1, Sc, 28G, 2B, 12G, slst to first st.
R65-71: Ch1, Sc in the back loops only in each stitch around, slst to the first st. (42sts)
Now your Fox is completed. Just jump over to the Reindeer Stocking Part 4 to finish up the Cuff and your stocking will be complete!
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