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100 Hats to Knit Crochet
It’s hat heaven for those who knit or crochet, with patterns created by one of the most popular design teams in the craft. Just about every kind of hatwear is here, for everything from fun parties to formal occasions, for women and men, children and teens, infants and toddlers. Apply your needles to a garden party hat with a wide brim and floral decoration. Then make a toa ...more
Paperback, 208 pages
Published August 28th 2006 by Sterling
(first published 2005)
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I have looked through many crochet and knitting books, but I have never added them on good reads. I was appalled by this books I just had to add it. It's like a collection of the most hideous hats I have ever seen. I have no idea why anyone would want to be seen in public with these hats. There's like 10 acceptable hats out of the 100. Thank god I didn't buy this
This book is great if you have straight hair. Curly-haired people need not apply. The patterns are pretty cute, though--most of them, anyway--and it's a great book to have if for some reason you are losing your hair and need to find creative ways to both work through your anxiety and cover up the loss of your crowning glory. For those of you going through this, my deepest sympathy as I went through it too in 2006. It *will* grow back--just don't expect it to be the same. Good luck!