Holiday Hats for Babies: Caps, berets & beanies to knit for every occasion

Holiday Hats for Babies: Caps, berets & beanies to knit for every occasion

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by Debby Ware
     
 

These sweet and sassy baby hats will bring a smile to your face! 25 adorable patterns for every celebration of the year: Birthday Cupcake Cap, Halloween Hat, Holly Holiday Hat, Baby Chick Cap, Crystal Party Hat, Firecracker Topper, Leaf Peeper Cap, and more.

Overview

These sweet and sassy baby hats will bring a smile to your face! 25 adorable patterns for every celebration of the year: Birthday Cupcake Cap, Halloween Hat, Holly Holiday Hat, Baby Chick Cap, Crystal Party Hat, Firecracker Topper, Leaf Peeper Cap, and more.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781627101028
Publisher:
Taunton Press, Incorporated
Publication date:
09/02/2014
Pages:
128
Sales rank:
1,241,122
Product dimensions:
9.50(w) x 12.40(h) x 0.80(d)

Meet the Author

Debby Ware is the author of "Too Cute," (Martingale and Company, 2002) and the coauthor of "BabyKnits Hats & Booties" (Creative Publishing International, 2006). She is the founder of DebbyWare, which sells baby knit kits — a pattern plus yarn — to more than 800 stores and catalogers across the country.

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Holiday Hats for Babies: Caps, berets & beanies to knit for every occasion 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
jwitt33 More than 1 year ago
I received a copy of this book free of charge from NetGalley in exchange for my honest opinion, and that opinion is that I loved this book! I very rarely review books about knitting, but when I saw this book offered, I just had to take a look inside, and I'm so glad I did! This is not just your regular, every day book on knitting baby hats, with the standard patterns repeated over and over, or with a few variations thrown in to shake things up. Each hat is uniquely different from anything I've seen before, more like something an artist would draw rather than something a knitter would knit. I guarantee you that no other baby in your Mommy and Me group will be wearing anything close to what your little prince or princess will have perched on top of their little head! Although there were some patterns in the book that I would not personally choose to make, each one was festive and fun, with clear, easy-to-read and follow instructions. Each pattern tells you what weight yarn you will need and then lets you know what yarn was used to make the sample in the picture, which I find very helpful. It's not really that big of a deal, but sometimes I just don't want to take a chance on substituting a yarn and not getting the desired result. It's just nice to have both options. The book also shows multiple views of each hat, both on and off of the very adorable babies who are modeling them. Sizing is done by head circumference rather than age, which just makes more sense to me. Some of them are one size fits all, and some have a small and large option, but again, the head circumference is added for each one.  My personal favorites include the Holly Holiday Hat with giant holly leaves and bright red berries on it, the Glitter and Glow Beanie which they say is a snap to make, and you get to tie the top of it up with a giant fancy ribbon, adding your own personal touch to it, and the Halloween Hat, a little pumpkin hat on which the eyes and hat are added using the Duplicate Stitch, giving you the freedom to create any expression you want.  In summary, I found this book a delight to read, with simple instructions, and hats that are so unique you will not find anything like them in any book other than this one.  I would happily recommend it to my friends and anybody who is looking to knit something a little bit different for their unique little one. I give this book 5 stars.
gromine49 More than 1 year ago
I loved this book! I am always looking for new ideas to make something for my nieces. I made the leaf peeper hat for my 6 month old great-niece and her mom loved it! I appreciate the work that authors like Debby Ware who make the patterns so easy to read for a knitter like me.