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Stana D. Sortor


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Stana D. Sortor’s grandmother taught her how to knit and crochet when she was a little girl. Ever since she took her projects everywhere. Of course she has experienced some sidesteps on her knitting path, like trying to be an artist, photographer or writer, but she always returned to her favorite activity.

Find Stana on her blog Stana’s Critters Etc http://stana-critters-etc.blogspot.com/

Projects by Stana D. Sortor


Paw-some Dog Cowl + Matching Paw-some Infinity Scarf

Show your four-legged friend some love with this adorable set featuring a dog cowl and a complementary cowl for their human companion. The dog’s cowl is adjustable by adding or subtracting the 15 sts pattern repeat so it fits your favorite dog! Get practice using the provisional cast on, knitting in the round and the Kitchener stitch as you make a set of your own. (Hat pattern coming in October 2020!)

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Corinna Checker Blanket

Corinna is knit flat in two colors and finished off with a fabric backside to neatly hide any yarn strands on the wrong side of the work. Complete with an I-cord edges with a clean finish, the end result is a cozy blanket destined to be a classic piece to add to your reading chair.

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Wine-derful Time Snowman Bottle Cozies

If you’re dreaming of a white Christmas, not to worry! If the white runs out, drink the red! These adorable snowmen make the perfect last-minute gift — especially if you’re bringing wine to a holiday party and want to treat the hosts.

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Golden Hour Fair Isle Scarf

Have fun mixing and matching your favorite colors in this one-of-a-kind pattern. Knit in the round and starting with 1×1 ribbing, you’ll work the fair isle pattern and finish it off with another 1 x 1 rib edge. The wrong side is conveniently hidden inside the scarf, so there’s no need to worry — no matter how you style it, the scarf will always look its best!

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Corinna Checker Blanket

Corinna is knit flat in two colors and finished off with a fabric backside to neatly hide any yarn strands on the wrong side of the work. Complete with an I-cord edges with a clean finish, the end result is a cozy blanket destined to be a classic piece to add to your reading chair.

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