I recently got on the review list for books and booklets from Annie’s (formerly Annie’s Attic) and received a booklet this week.
This is More Than a Dozen Hats & Beanies by Carri Hammett, a 48-page booklet with patterns for 15 hats. There are hats for men, women, and children. Here’s the thumbnail index:
The hats are all knit from either DK, worsted, or bulky weight yarn, and the models are all knit with popular, readily available yarns. The designs are cute, and the patterns seem clear and easy to follow.
There is a section in the front with basic techniques for knitting hats, and in the back, more basic knitting information:
Do you have hat knitting on your agenda for this autumn/winter? This booklet has patterns that will cover a lot of heads.
Who’d like my review copy?
To be entered in the drawing to receive this booklet, please leave a comment on this post by Sunday, September 2, 2012, at 11:00am Eastern Time. I’ll draw a name at random from the comments left.
Meanwhile, I am working on the left side front of my denim jacket.
Have you noticed a trend? Poncho, Felted Coat, Denim Jacket. I am knitting all outerwear items.
Since I haven’t worn a sweater indoors in years, I figured I’d start knitting things I might actually have a chance of wearing: jackets and coats for autumn and winter.
I’m in the planning stage for my project for after I finish the denim jacket. More outerwear!
Here’s my little princess, contemplating the need for outerwear.