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Beautiful book of wonderful hats. I am knitting on my fourth hat in two weeks.Published 9 months ago by Pat S.
A lovely fun introduction to stranded colour work, delightfully eccentric hats guaranteed to give a smile to many a passer by.Published 10 months ago by bronwen algate
Very happy to have bought this book, but have had to adapt patterns as I only knit with nothing larger than 4 ply. Also looks great using your own hand dyed, hand spun yarn. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Ms. Dianne Scott
This is an absolutely wonderful book! It has ideas for very unique hats, and provides
a jumping-off point for creative hat knitters! Kudos to Anna Zilboog!
Anna Zilboorg is one of my heroes in the knitting world, a master who clearly knows how to play with color and design. This book is not for novices. Read morePublished on October 13, 2012 by agiftofpeace
After hours of seeking help for the DD I have devised a solution for the BERET.
At the second row of beret top SLIP the first black st to the right needle. Read more
I have almost all of Anna's books. They are wonderful. However, this is not a new knitter's pattern book. Read morePublished on June 7, 2010 by Richmond Reader
It seems stupid to me to argue if this book has 45 patterns or not. Maybe it shows only 45 hats in 9 basic shapes, but if you allow yourself to be inspired this book is an endless... Read morePublished on January 30, 2010 by fairywearsboots
These hats are ugly, hands down. I didn't even get to the patterns or charts, because I had no interest in making such ugly hats. Don't waste your time.Published on February 6, 2009 by Mollie A. Hartford