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AshyN

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I remember my mom have stockings to put on the christmas tree that were like a granny square style...I was wondering if anyone knew of this pattern and would share it or plz tell me the name of the site. Cause I'm really wanting to make:crocheting some for my christmas tree this year. Thanks :)

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There is this one here. I haven't tried it, but it looks easy. This is the stocking that I have been making. It was the only one I could find when I started looking several years ago. It's very easy. Now I have to continuea with it so all the kids and grandkids have matching socks! :lol Good luck!

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http://www.crochetpatterncentral.com/directory/christmas_stockings.php

http://kaleidesigns.com/crochet/patterns/archive/orna002.html

http://www.crochetcabana.com/shapes/pentagon.htm see figure #14

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/granny-square-stocking-ornament

Here are some links but a few of them look pretty much the same. I make them a little differently and they come out a tad larger. It is practically the same as a granny square. I do the basic granny square but I don't do a chain stitch between each group of 3 dc's and 2 chains in the corner. I start of with the 1st 2 rows in green, row 3 in white and row 4 in red, however when I start the 4th row, I work my 3 dc (the corner) then I make 3 dc in the next 2 spaces, 3 dc, ch 2 3 dc for the next corner, then I make 6 dc in the next 2 spaces then do the corner and the rest of the row in pattern ending with 3 dc and ch 2 then join for the corner. Don't end off. Fold the granny in 1/2 with the 6 dc shell for the bottom,. Use the red and make a chain of about 20 stitches (for the hanger) continue tocrochet down the side joining the 2 edges together and you should end up with the set of 6dc creating a nice pointy toe. I sometimes put a jingle bell on the toe. I hope I explained this clearly enough for you to understand.

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