What you need:
~Stretch fabric- I used one-way stretch but if you want a little more comfort I think two-way would be better.
~Stretch Overlooking thread- You can use normal overlocking thread but you wont get the same give and comfort that Stretch will give you.
The grid is 1 square equals 2.5 cm or one-inch-square. This is a size Medium and if you pick a good stretch and stretch overlocking can fit most sizes but if you are worried you can make the pattern larger by having each square equal 2.7cm or smaller 2.3cms.
This pattern has a 1cm seem allowance included.
Make a fold about the width of you stocking on the fabric (each leg will need to be on a fold.)
Lay pattern on fold of fabric, pin and cut.
Pin and overlock open sides together leaving the top open.
Overlock around the top keeping it open and trim away excesses threads.
And Wallah! It’s done. Easy, huh? This pattern has an allocated allowance for a fold over to strengthen it while wearing suspenders but if you don’t like the look you can always cut it off at the height you like (make sure you try it on first or it might come out to short). You can also wear theses with the overlocking on the inside or out, there is not set way.
Now you have made your own stockings from scratch you can easily turn a pair of old panty hoes in seamed stockings. Just iron then flat and zoom away on your stretch threaded overlocker. :D
This tutorial is only for recreational use and is not for mass productions or sale.
Hope you all enjoyed my tutorial. If you have any questions or need help don’t hesitate to ask and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can! Oh, and photos! If you makes some take photos and let me see!