6. Sew the cuff to the top of the burlap stocking. To do this by machine, you need to be able to pull the stocking over the base of your machine and sew around until you reach the starting point again. Am I making any sense? I also did another zigzag stitch to make sure nothing frays here.
7. I neglected to take a picture of this step, but you will need to make a loop to hang your stocking. To do this, I cut a piece of bias tape about 6″ long (you can trim it later) and sewed it shut. Make a loop with the bias tape and sew the two ends to the inside of the stocking on the part you want to hang it.
8. Cut out two of your stocking pattern in the same fabric you used for the cuff. Be sure to flip the pattern over for the second one. Pin and sew together with 1/2″ seam just like you did for the burlap part. Make sure to sew right sides together.
9. Turn outer part of stocking right side out and put lining inside.
10. Fold over top of lining about 1/4″ and hand stitch to burlap portion of stocking. If you don’t want your stitches to show, sew only through the folded part of your lining.