Technique: Knit
Skill Level: Easy-Experienced
Item # A121075

Number of pages: 50

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This must-have book will appeal to knitters of all skill levels!

More Than a Dozen Hats & Beanies has 15 hip, fun and creative patterns for everyone in your family: babies, tots, kids, women and men. The book begins with an easy-to-follow, detailed tutorial on how to knit a hat in the round. Hats are the perfect starter project for the novice knitter, and the projects in this book will also appeal to the more experienced knitter looking for new ideas. 48 all-color pgs.

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More Than a Dozen Hats & Beanies

December 29, 2015

I've made four hats from this book and they all turned out great. Love the book so far.

More Than a Dozen Hats & Beanies

June 16, 2014

More Than a Dozen Hats & Beanies: Hugs & Kisses - page 38 I have found that the cable pattern did not end properly. The picture of the hat on page 39 shows the pattern ending with OO on an OX sequence. This could just be the designers' preference. See below for proper sequence. Size Baby- Cast on 60 stitches instead of 66 as indicated and works the pattern as instructed until you have 100 stitches. Then follow the instructions or chart using the 20 stitch repeat. Do not use multiple of 20 sts + 10. Rnd 2 & Rnd 6 omit to last 10 sts instructions. Dec rnd: Omit to last 10 sts. instructions. The decrease stitch count will end with 60 stitches.

More Than a Dozen Hats & Beanies

February 22, 2014

My first project from this book is the Baby Earflap. I immediately realized that the directions for making the earflaps, the first step, was wrong and would not give me the required number of stitches. The problem was easily fixed by doing a kfb at both the beginning and end of the increase row, rather than just one side. I corrected that, but as I worked the body of the hat I wound up with way too many stitches. I am an experienced knitter. There are no corrections on this site as yet. Please help.

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