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Nadya Stallings


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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


Elliana Sweater Dress

This garment is embellished with lovely cable stitches, positioned on each panel creating a beautiful textured sweater. The relaxed fit and pockets make it a comfortable piece you’ll want to wear all season long.

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Sonnet Sweater

Sonnet is a cozy, comfy ribbed sweater that is perfect for end-of-summer weather. Knit in pieces from the bottom up in a casual gray color, this sweater is geared for intermediate knitters and goes with just about anything in your wardrobe.

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Bonfire Plaid Blanket

Don’t be intimidated by a bold, plaid pattern! This Bonfire Plaid Blanket is surprisingly simple to create. Using an easy rectangular shape, watch as slip stitches and horizontal garter stripes come together to create a delightful plaid pattern right before your eyes.

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Bonfire Plaid Blanket

Don’t be intimidated by a bold, plaid pattern! This Bonfire Plaid Blanket is surprisingly simple to create. Using an easy rectangular shape, watch as slip stitches and horizontal garter stripes come together to create a delightful plaid pattern right before your eyes.

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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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Cranberry Harvest Sweater

The Cranberry Harvest Sweater is the boxier version of the River Valley Sweater from the October 2017 issue. The body of the sweater is worked from bottom up in two panels and sleeves are worked flat, from dropped shoulders down. Wear it over your favorite plaid shirt for an extra layer of warmth this season.

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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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