Christmas Stocking SVG (Free Printable Patterns & Templates)

Christmas Stocking SVG (Free Printable Patterns & Templates)

Free Christmas Stocking SVG (Printable, Cricut designs, Templates, and clip art for crafters and DIY projects). Use these Snowflake SVG on ornaments, decorations, or as coloring pages, scroll saw patterns, cutting machines (Cricut and Silhouette), etc.

Use these printable Christmas Stocking patterns, and templates and your own ornaments and decorations, as well as decals, wall stickers, and stencils by cutting machines (Cricut and Silhouette). You need to use the stencils also for painting and coloring stencils. You can also use them for sewing and quilting, for woodworking patterns, and for craft projects. These patterns or designs can be downloaded in SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) format. These SVG format files can be converted to other formats like DXF, JPG, PNG, and EPS using the converters.

Printable Christmas Stocking SVG

Why do we use stockings at Christmas?

According to legend, Saint Nicholas is the patron saint of children. One night, the three poor daughters left their stockings over the fireplace to dry. When they woke up the next morning, they found gold coins inside the stockings. Apparently, Saint Nicholas had learned the family was poor, so he threw out three bags of gold coins down the chimney. The coins landed in the stockings.

How many items should be in a stocking?

About 12 to 15 percent comes to be about two or three items that are purposely picked out “gifted” gifts and also a mixture of candy, stationery, toiletries, and other such items that are precisely the very same for both girls.

Which way should a Christmas stocking face?

Which direction do your toes point during the hanging of Christmas stockings? the toes of your holiday stockings accumulate over the course of the years to the point right.