Ollie the Owlet

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Available Patterns

Here you can find links to posts on my blog (stana-critters-etc.blogspot.com) for my knitting patterns. This is a list of some of the knitting patterns available. I have organized the list of my knitting patterns into two categories: Free and Paid. I will be updating this list periodically whenever a new pattern is published.
Have fun knitting!

Free Patterns

Food
Animals
Dolls
Monsters and Aliens
Minions
Dishcloths
Household Items
Fun Stuff
Scarves, Cowls and Poncho
Hats
Face Masks
Tutorials

Paid Patterns

E-books
Toys and Bookmarks

Apron

Baba Yaga

Baba Yaga's House
Bella and Rose
Bernard, bearded dragon
Bird
Birds

Bumble Bee Mobile
Camille, the Fancy Cat

Cat Pin Cushion
Cecile, the window cat
Celeste, the fat cat
Charlie, the fish
Charlotte, the chick
Chameleon Leon
Cherie, Stella, or Brooke

Corey, the cardinal
Dasher, the dragonfly
Dave
Diamondback Rattlesnake
Ella, the elephant
Elmer, the elephant and Ruby, Baby elephant

Farmer’s Market

Fifi, the Fluffy Dog
Fiona, the fly
Flynn, the flamingo

Fox Pin Cushion
Frances
Fredrick, the fox

Frog bag
Grace
Ginger, a rabbit or a doll
Giselle, the giraffe
Harvey
Helga, the hexagon owl
Hexagon Owl set
Hilda, the hen
Huggalufs
Huggalufs Baby

Huggaluf pillow
Icicles
Jelly, the dachshund dog
Kitty Blanket
Leonard and Lola
Lily, the ladybug
Love Birds

Love Potion Garland

Maillie the travelling monster

Meg, the Megalodon Shark and School of Fish
Mini Cat

Mini Pig

Miranda the owl
Molly, medusozoa species
Monster Al and his friends
Monkey Boy or Girl

Monogram Gift Heart
Mushroom
Najin, Northern White Rhino
Odie, the sea otter
Ollie, the owlet
One Fish, Two Fish, Three Fish
Oreo, the Guinea Pig
Oriana, owl with cables
Otto, the owl
Pair of Penguins

Paw Print Heart

Paw Print Pin Cushion
Petal, the flying pig
Piggy Blanket
Poor Felines
Pumpkin
Puppy Blanket
Rabbit lovey
Ralph, the rabbit

Rockefeller, the owl ornament
Roland, the raccoon
Roger
Roy G. Biv Caterpillar
Ruby, the seadragon
Sam, the slug
Samuel, the spider and Fiona, the fly
Sheila, the sheep
Shirley, the shark
Sockeaters
Snake Bookmarks

Snowman Garland or Wreath
Snowman and Penguin
Squirt, the squirrel
Stella, the stingray
Stethoscope
T-Bone's Bookmark
Teddy Bears
Teddy Blanket
The owl gang
Tina, the turtle
Tony, the pocket monster
Topsy-turvy Snake
Uri, the baby unicorn
William, the whale
Winter Trees

Witch's Hat
Zeke, baby zebra

Scarves and Hats
Cowls
Shawls and Wraps
Clothes
Blankets and Pillows
Household Items and Bags

Recent Blog Posts

  • Spring….
      Since my last blog post I have been busy. I am still in the midst of deadline knitting for various third parties and although some patterns were already published, some are still waiting for publishing, and several are still work in progress. I know everything will eventually get done and finished, but there are moments when I feel rather overwhelmed. It is not just…
  • Grande Gatto and Cleo.
    Grande Gatto was originally created for jumbo weight yarn. The yarn company discontinued the yarn and sent me a replacement yarn to create an update to the pattern. I love to create toys in cotton yarn as it has proved over the years to be durable and last well through the years of play time, washing, and travelling. Therefore, I have picked two cotton yarns to…
  • Toys, toys, toys….
    Toys and more I have to admit, my favorite knitting projects are usually toys. I love to make them and even more I enjoy giving them away. Sometimes I get to do special requests toys that require me to be creative and use more than just knitting needles in order to capture the image or an idea. In the collage picture above, you can see…
  • New Patterns and more
    In my blog post from September 2020 (read here) I talked about how my love for knitting and creating started. You can see a photo of my first finished sweater, and in some way my first design of a sweater, even though it was created only to fit me, and I never dreamed of becoming a knitwear designer at that time. photo by I Like…
  • A year of knitting…
    This is a picture of a ball of scrap yarn from my last year of knitting. I started this ball last January. I am not sure what I will do with this scrap yarn. Previously I have made a cowl, an infinity scarf, and a pillowcase. The links to the patterns are provided above and below you can see the finished projects. They all used the…
  • Happy Holidays and Happy New Year!!!!
       I hope that everyone who have visited and will stop by to visit my small corner of the Internet will have a magical Holidays and an even better Happy New Year!     I have been extremely busy over the past two months with few special requests knitting projects. I cannot share the pictures yet as these knitting projects are waiting for the right time…

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About Me

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.

Some of my patterns are for sale and plenty are free. The patterns for sale are helping me to support my creativity and share it with you.

You can also purchase the patterns in my Etsy store, on Payhip, on LoveCrafts, on KnitPicks, on Ravelry, or you can buy me a coffee to show your appreciation of my free patterns.

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