Winter & Christmas Crafts

11 DIY Farmhouse Christmas Stockings to Make and Hang on Your Mantel This Year!

Make your own stockings this year! Get the instructions for eleven gorgeous DIY farmhouse Christmas stockings to hang on your mantel!


We don’t know about you, but we find farmhouse style to be the perfect cozy style for the Holidays. It’s nostalgic, warm, rustic and you can add pops of red to traditionally-neutral farmhouse style to make it really Christmasy. It’s also a great look to incorporate handmade items, like these 11 DIY farmhouse Christmas stockings that you can make and hang on your mantel this year!

11 DIY Farmhouse Christmas Stockings

11 DIY Farmhouse Christmas Stockings

We’ve rounded up these 11 farmhouse-style stockings made by our fellow bloggers and we think you’re going to love them! To access the tutorial, just click on any stocking you’d like to make below! (And please pin individual stocking images from their original blog!)


1. Make Your Own Stockings in 30 Minutes or Less

make your own Christmas stockings

In a hurry, but still want to make your own Christmas stockings? These ones by Kristi for our own blog are beautiful and can be made in less than half an hour!
How to Make Your Own Christmas Stockings in 30 Minutes or Less by Kristi, for Home Made Lovely


2. DIY Stockings with Trim Made from Recycled Clothes

Over the Big Moon Christmas Stocking

Pam makes these gorgeous fur-trimmed stockings with trim from recycled clothes. Genius, right?
Fur Trimmed Stockings by Over the Big Moon


3. Wool Christmas Stockings

Good old fashioned felt makes these stockings easy to make and totally customizable! Create your own in whatever colors you like with this tutorial.
Wool Christmas Stockings by Polka Dot Chair


4. Chunky Knit Stockings

Nourish and Nestle Chunky Knit Stockings

Oh man, I love these! Chunky knit is one of my favorite looks. Make your own chunky knit stockings with this pattern by Nourished and Nestle.
Chunky Knit Stockings by Nourished and Nestle


5. Santa’s Stocking

Fleece Fun Christmas-stocking-pattern

These fun stockings look like they belong to Santa or one of his elves. And I love the little curl on the bottom!
Santa’s Stocking by Fleece Fun


6. Weaved Burlap Stockings

Cherished Bliss Weaved Burlap stockings

My friend Ashley made some pretty stockings using burlap…but by weaving the burlap she created a whole new farmhouse look.
Weaved Burlap Stockings by Cherished Bliss


 7. Drop Cloth Stockings

Cherished Bliss Drop-Cloth-Stockings-700x1640

Ashley again knocks it out of the park with these stockings made from drop cloth of all things! They’re perfectly neutral so you can add any embellishments you like!
Drop Cloth Stockings by Cherished Bliss


8. Simple Farmhouse Stockings

Twelve On Main Farmhouse Stockings

Also made from drop cloth, Sara personalized these stockings with a stamp made from freezer paper.
Simple Farmhouse Stockings by Twelve on Main


9. Metallic Christmas Stockings

Tatertots and Jello metallic-mantel-and-stockings-

Jen made these beautiful, shimmery stockings with personalization. See how she made them on Tatertots and Jello.
Metallic Christmas Stockings by Tatertots & Jello


10. His and Her Burlap Stockings

Uncommon Designs burlap-stockings

Using Burlap to make the stockings, Trish shares a couple of different ways to embellish each one so it’s suitable for him and her!
His & Her Burlap Stockings by Uncommon Designs


11. Felt Stockings

Tried and True Blog Scandi-Inspired-Felt-Stocking-6

If you love Scandi style, these Scandi-inspired felt stockings will be right up your alley. Easy to make, but stunning to look, find the tutorial over on Tried and True.
Scandi-Inspired Felt Stockings by Tried and True


Do you hang your stockings on the mantel? Or maybe on the railing? Have you made any DIY farmhouse Christmas stockings?

(P.S. Thank you to the bloggers who gave us permission to share their images and links!)

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  1. Hey Shannon…Thanks so much for featuring my Chunky Knit Stocking! You have rounded up some beauties here and I’m thrilled to be in such great company.

    Merry Christmas my friend.

    Hugs, Lynn