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Christmas Stocking Braille Art Design

Have fun while practicing braille skills with this Christmas stocking braille art design.

Two Christmas stockings, one has gifts and candy in it.

Instructions for a Christmas Stocking

(UEB – 15 cells wide, 18 rows)

Row 1: Make “q”, make “his”.

Row 2: Make “s”, make “e” 9 times, make “wh”.

Row 3: Make “L”, make “ch” 9 times, make “y”.

Row 4: Make “L”, make “ch” 9 times, make “y”.

Row 5: Space 1 time, make 9 full cells.

Row 6: Space 1 time, make 9 full cells.

Row 7: Space 1 time, make 9 full cells.

Row 8: Space 1 time, make 9 full cells.

Row 9: Space 1 time, make 9 full cells.

Row 10: Space 1 time, make 9 full cells.

Row 11: Space 1 time, make 9 full cells.

Row 12: Space 1 time, make 10 full cells, make “his”.

Row 13: Space 1 time, make “er”, make 10 full cells, make “his”.

Row 14: Space 2 times, make “d”, make “er”, make 11 full cells.

Row 15: Space 4 times, make “d”, make “er”, make 8 full cells make “q”.

Row 16: Space 7 times, make “d”, make “er”, make 3 full cells, make “q”, make “f”.

Row 17: Skip this row.

Row 18: Make cell (dot 6), Make “m”, make “er”, make “r”, make “y” make 1 space, make cell (dot 6), make “ch”, make “r”, make “i”, make “st”, make “m”, make “a”, make “s”.

Braille stocking

Print out version of instructions can be found here

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