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Stana D. Sortor


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


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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Strawberry Sandal Flair

Why should purses get all the fun little accessories? Knit in the round on two double-pointed needles, these strawberries can be flat or stuffed with polyester filling and attach easily to your little one’s flip flops. Using two I-cords attached to the back of each berry, you’ll be able to tie the strawberry onto each sandal with ease.

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Watermelon Pouch

Keep your sunnies safe and sound in this whimsical pouch featuring a zippered top and watermelon design.  Increases are done in four places to create a half circle reminiscent of a ripe slice of summer fruit. You’ll love carrying this adorable bag with you wherever you go.

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Calypso Cowl

Calypso is knitted in the round. The brim is worked in 2×2 ribbing and the main body is worked in slipped stitch pattern, working with just one color of yarn each round.

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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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