1st Row: Work 1tr into 3rd ch from hook, 1tr in each ch to end. Turn.
2nd Row: Work 3ch, inc. in 1st tr, 1tr in each tr to end. Turn.
3rd Row: Work 3ch, 1tr into each tr to end, inc in last st. Turn.
4th & 5th Row: Work 3ch, tr in next st to end. Turn.
6th Row: Work 3ch, dec, 1tr in each tr to end. Turn.
7th Row: Work as 3ch, 1tr in each tr to last 2 tr remain, dec. Turn.
8th Row: Work as 6rd row.
9th Row: Work as 7th row.
10th Row: Work as 6th Row.
11th Row: Work as 7th Row.
12th Row: Work as 6th Row.
13th Row: Work 3ch, 1tr into each of next 22tr. Turn.
14th – 29th Row: Work as 13th Row.
Place 2 halves together and work 1 round of dc through both pieces to join, working 3dc into heel corner. Fasten off.
Attach white to sp between any 2tr on last row.
1st Round: Work [1 puff st, 1ch] into every 2nd sp around top edge of red stocking, join with ss into top of 1st puff st.
2nd & 3rd Round: Work 1ss into sp between 1st 2 puff sts, 3ch, complete puff st, * 1ch, 1 puff st into sp between next 2 puff sts. Repeat from * to end finishing with 1ch, 1ss into top of 1st puff st. Fasten off.
Make a twisted cord approximately 40cm [15.75ins] long and attach each end to one inside seam of your Christmas stocking with a knot.
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