Hanging stockings to fill with presents (or oranges, coal, etc.) is not a Korean tradition. If it was, however, it would probably be shaped like this.
This is a traditional Korean sock shape, and is the type of sock sometimes still worn with hanbok.
This little ornament is a nice way to get a touch of Asia for your Christmas tree.
All you need to make it is some scraps of fabric, some stuffing and a bit of string or cord to hang it.
This is the pattern.
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Trace the pattern onto the wrong side of a piece of fabric.
Pin two pieces of fabric right sides together.
Stitch together on the line, leaving open the gap.
Cut out the shape 1/4” away from the line.
Clip the seam allowances up to the stitching line in the curves and points.
Turn right side out.
Hand stitch the opening closed.
Attach a loop of string or thread to hang it.
Enjoy this ornament on your tree or in other holiday decorating.
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Elizabeth DeCroos is the designer and teacher at Epida Studio. She loves to work in quilting, pojagi and embroidery and teach these techniques to others.
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