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1,000 Fabulous Knit Hats Paperback – July 1, 2010
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About the Author
Annie Modesitt taught herself to knit at age 25. Her work has appeared in Interweave Knits, Vogue Knitting, Knitters Magazine, Cast On, Family Circle Easy Knitting, McCalls Needlework, and several family-oriented magazines.
Author of Confessions of a Knitting Heretic, Knitting Millinery, and editor of the 2006 Accord Crochet Pattern A Day Calendar and the collection of fiber essays, Cheaper Than Therapy, she has also contributed to many knitting books including Stich N' Bitch, Scarf Style, Wrap Style, the Vogue Knitting Book, Weekend Knitting, and Holiday Handknits, Twist & Loop, and Men Who Knit And The Dogs Who Love Them. Annie's the inventor of the astoundingly clever Flip Knit, a low tech, portable alternative to knitting videos.
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It's unfortunate because many of the hats are very cute, but without patterns, and with unprofessional photos, it was uninspiring. Fortunately, I bought this book used (although "like new condition"), so I was out only $4.00. I gave the book to Good Will.
My plan was to give this book to lady that just started knitting again, she taught my mom how to knit before I was born. This will have to be a "coffee table" book or will just sit on the shelf.
I think it's a wonderful show case book for those that have their hats in the book, but trying to track down Lady Willow's patterns requires more time than I have.
So, get the book is you are already a very good knitter. You have a better chance of making one of the hats that is in the book without the pattern included in this book.
If anyone has an idea how to get the patterns of the hats in this book, I would like to know that path.
I envy the creativity of the knitters showcased in this book!