Hattitude Knits for Every Mood Snappy stylish fabulous and fun there s just something about a hand knit hat that screams attitude Now with these innovative patterns from renowned designer Cathy Carron knitters can quickly a

  • Title: Hattitude: Knits for Every Mood
  • Author: Cathy Carron
  • ISBN: 9781933027852
  • Page: 214
  • Format: Paperback
  • Snappy, stylish, fabulous, and fun there s just something about a hand knit hat that screams attitude Now, with these 40 innovative patterns from renowned designer Cathy Carron, knitters can quickly and easily make one to express any mood, put the finishing touch on any outfit, and even change an entire look All the designs have unique twists of color or detail that mSnappy, stylish, fabulous, and fun there s just something about a hand knit hat that screams attitude Now, with these 40 innovative patterns from renowned designer Cathy Carron, knitters can quickly and easily make one to express any mood, put the finishing touch on any outfit, and even change an entire look All the designs have unique twists of color or detail that make them stand out from the store bought pack The fashionable headgear includes a pearled headband, saucy beret, romantic flowered chapeau, and playful pink and purple earmuff hat that s sure to please.Color photographs accompany the instructions for each pattern, which come in both medium and large sizes.

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    1. Hattitude is an amazing, beautiful, inspiring book with a TON of hats. Hats are so cool and versatile, you can wear one almost anywhere, and with all the patterns in here, there is literally a hat for every occasion: formal diner to snow day, university lecture to yard work. Hattitude has a hat for everyone.The patterns themselves vary in yarn type and needle size, so between the various patterns that you catch yourself drooling over and the millions of kinds of yarn in the world, you’re prett [...]

    2. I recently bought some chunky weight yarn and wanted a small knitting project to make something with it. At the library I stumbled across this book. There are a lot of hat patterns, but most of them I would never wear. They are just too bizarre looking.That being said, there were a couple of cute patterns and one that was perfect for the yarn I bought. There was a cloche hat, a sequined headband, and a few simple yet interesting patterns involving two different colors of yarn. This book is perfe [...]

    3. I have been given some special yarn straight from Scotland. Looking for a special hat to make, this book had many nice ideas, but it did not inspire me to create any of the hats. There were several styles and difficulty levels of hats, and the patterns were designed with yarns I like and can buy locally. I think I was actually put off by the poorly executed theme of the book; the concept is clever but the adjectives do not match the hats. The resulting product takes away from the design and craf [...]

    4. What a wonderful group of hats that are fairly simple to make and written in a simple style. I look forward to trying a number of the patterns out!!

    5. Lot of hat knitting patterns with lots of colors and stitches if you want a diverse choice for Holiday or Birthday presents. I made 4 of the patterns at this time and they all came out just like that great photos in this book.But be warned that you will need double pointed knitting needles in various sizes and most of the yarn sizes are Aran to Bulky. No fingering, sock or DK size yarn patterns, although I guess if you have a calculator and lots of motivation it is possible to modify the pattern [...]

    6. This is a better collection of hat patterns than any of the others I saw at Boswell Books tonight. It has many more patterns than the others, and the variety seemed more stylish than all of the others put together.Many different gauges were used, those in chunkier yarns would work up in a couple of hours. She had colorwork, textures, some felted projects, some to knit for children, a lot that would enhance a professional woman's wardrobe or would fit on a college campus, many featuring novelty y [...]

    7. I want more free time!!! So many hats to make in this book. Wish I was cool with hat hair. Lots of hats with scarves or neck straps which I would never want, but find interesting. There is also a hat with a pony tail hole. I think I will try the cap called "determined" which is a cabled bobble type. Though I find "haughty" intriging.

    8. Tomuhle říkám budíček! mamka vletí do pokoje, hodí po mě knížku a prý si mám vybrat, jaký klobouček/čepici mi má udělat. :D sice to mu absolutně nerozumím, je to nudné čtení. Nechápu k čemu mi bude čepice, když zima končí a tak dáleJak tohle má člověk ohodnotit. No co, vezmu to jako komix :D taky jsem si prohlížela obrázky :D

    9. I liked the Aloof beret 2ply cashmere. The Austere hood in bulky weight is adorable. The Cautious hood is beautiful. Most of the patterns feel a little dated. BUT they're is a good mix of over the top and traditional patterns.

    10. It is rare that I buy a knitting book that is usually on the shelf at the Public Library. I just keep coming back to this one and choosing a different pattern. Nice variety of styles and I haven't had a problem with any of the directions.

    11. Found only 3 patterns I was interested in. Has some instructions for fitting hats which seems to be lacking in a lot of sites I look at.

    12. What a fun book - lovely photos and the hat styles are so varied from plain toques to quirky to cute. Definitely a few I'd like to make.

    13. I got this for Christmas. I like the variety of styles and techniques. Stock up on big needlesup to size 15.

    14. Appealing:buckled cloche, cable-edged kerchief, cashmere beret, floppy toque, Fair Isle stocking cap, two-toned tassel hat, appliqued pillbox.There were also some shocking ugly hats.

    15. Not your typical hat book, though not in the good way for me. There was only one that I'd actually wear (a super cute beret), the rest were too trendy.

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