Welcome to the BG Christmas Gift Guide 2011. Already thinking about where to buy a cool stocking? Look no further! We’ve tracked down great buys that will stand the test of taste and time from £5 to £29
Rocket & Bear personalised stockings. Retro appeal, neon accents, bold circus style font, deliciously quirky – love! £10 Rocket & Bear.
Hand block printed cotton stocking. Loving this simple, chic and wallet friendly buy from Jaipur. £7.50 Few and Far
Lapin and Me. These quirky and humourous fairtrade buys are also a steal as they’re currently reduced to a fiver! Lapin & Me.
Christmas Stocking tote bag. Hand screen printed on fairtrade produced cotton, this ‘shopper’ style is a cool twist on traditional sacks. £8 Printing Jenni at Folksy.
Make your own Christmas stocking kit. Cool retro inspired kits which include hand printed cotton, ribbon and instructions. £10 Dorothy and Theodore.
Personalised stocking by Solographic. Featuring hand drawn Christmas illustrations screen printed onto cotton, you can also add your child’s name. The designer also suggests using fabric pens to colour in the illustrations. £9 Etsy.
Reindeer stocking by Gry & Sif. You know we’re weak for all things Danish and felt. Nuff said. £29 Nubie.
Bryanston Christmas sack by Harrow and Green. These very spacious, personalised Hessian sacks will also provoke nostalgia in any parent whose own parents used to pretend they were giving sacks of spuds for Christmas. £18.99 Harrow and Green.
Knitted stockings by Chunky Chilli. Hand knitted in merino, these scrumptious knits are available in five styles – Snowscene, Three Kings, Angel, Snowflake, and Snowman. £19.95 NotOnTheHighStreet
Recycled Christmas stockings by Rokit. Made from recycled retro textiles, there’s several styles to choose from to indulge an upbeat traditional vibe, including the velvet buy shown. £8 Rokit
Lapland stocking. For the luxe, OTT husky with a sleigh vibe, look no further than this faux fur steal. £10 Habitat.