Nadya Stallings

Nadya grew up in Southern Urals (Russia), the area known for pleasant warm seasons, but quite long and cruel winters. She loves cooking, reading, gardening and listening to music, especially classics. Nadya now lives in NE Ohio, and since 2009 she writes her knit pattern designs in her tiny cozy studio. You can find her work on Ravelry, or her website, and brows her pictured crafty life at Instagram and Pinterest

Projects by Nadya Stallings

Lilia Cinched Top

Get ready to break out those high-rise jeans. This adorable cinched top is calling your name! Lilia is worked in two directions and features an adjustable front panel with a v-neck and cinched center. Just pull the string tighter for a higher crop.

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Here Comes Ruffle Tank

This sassy and flirty tank was inspired by the colors of late summer fruit and berries. A simple tank is made interesting by rows and rows of embellished ruffles and the result is completely worth the time.

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Magnolia Tunic

Worked from the bottom up, this stunning tunic is worked flat in two pieces featuring hems of differing lengths to add a fun fair. Dress it up or down by pairing it with your favorite leggings or jeans. This is a spring must have!

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River Valley Tunic

The flowing fit of this tunic is both flattering and chic, resulting in a top that promises to become your go-to fall fashion statement. The body panels are worked from bottom to top, while the sleeves are worked flat.

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White Hot Chocolate Coat

White, the color of freshly fallen snow, is one of the most iconic colors of the season. With the magic of snow and childhood memories of winter’s past in mind, Nadya Stallings set out to create a very special project. This project is very feminine at all details: mid-length and button closure, cable fragments, A-line body and soft collar. It is worked in pieces from bottom up and is sure to impress all your friends this season. 

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