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More than just a pattern book, this volume introduces knitters to the wonderful world of hat knitting. Vogue® Knitting The Ultimate Hat Book book. Read 14 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Vogue® Knitting presents a comprehensive over. Knit hats have a simple style and elegance all of their own, and the Vogue Knitting: The Ultimate Hat Book perfectly captures the inherent charm and flair of hand.
I borrowed it from the library. Aug 29, Dacia rated it it was amazing.
So many hats I want to make that I am downloading this book! Dec 10, Casseroll rated it it was amazing. I've only perused the the patterns but this book has a pleasant layout and great hat choices. May 01, Daphne rated it it was ok.
I gave 2 stars because the first section of the book has some useful information on the types of hats, the history of hats and what various parts of a hat are called.
I found the patterns to be a mixed bag. Many of the patterns were only written in one size.
Some had charts but very little written instructions and some didn't specify what type of increase to use in the pattern. Oct 28, Leslie Jem rated it it was ok Shelves: I liked the bowler, cabled pillbox, tasseled chullo, and woven ribbon cloche. However, nothing screamed "Knit me NOW! Apr 22, Nascha rated it it was amazing Shelves: I think I want to make every hat in this book, it's just that fabulous. I'm still a beginner knitter and it makes me want to learn everything a lot faster.
Can't wait! Apr 24, Michele rated it really liked it. Tried a few patterns that I think I can do! Nov 18, Marianna rated it liked it. Liked the Cabled rib hood, stocking cap, lace and bobbles beret, and hood patterns.
I will do those patterns in future. Feb 16, Linda Morris rated it really liked it.
Love some of the patterns Jan 14, Erssie added it Shelves: I have a hat design featured in this book. Nov 16, Heywu rated it really liked it Shelves: Hats are more complex than the avg hat book.
I'd download this for my kindle cot reference. Carolyn rated it really liked it Jun 06, Cynthia rated it really liked it Oct 29, Gin rated it it was amazing Apr 02, Beth rated it really liked it Apr 14, Leigh rated it it was ok Oct 16, Milanie Howard rated it really liked it Jan 08, Andrew rated it liked it Jan 22, Karen rated it it was amazing May 18, Billie Jo Walsh rated it really liked it Jan 25, Jean rated it really liked it Jul 09, Susan Murphy rated it liked it Sep 13, Ruth rated it liked it Apr 01, Laura Brown rated it it was amazing Feb 07, Ainslie rated it liked it Jan 20, Karen rated it it was amazing Feb 10, Nancy Stewart rated it really liked it Jul 14, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
About Vogue Knitting. Vogue Knitting. Vogue Knitting is SoHo Publishing's flagship title. There are certainly hats that a beginner could execute, but there are also many complex hats for ambitious knitters.
It seems like sweaters are considered the holy grail of knitting; how do hats fit into the knitting world? That was always the case until about five years ago; people are really starting to embrace hats now. They are really the perfect canvas for experimentation with stitch pattern and structure; you can play endlessly with stitch patterns and techniques, but since you're working with such a small project, you'll be able to finish it more quickly and easily.
In your introduction to the book, you say that designers were asked to "create their perfect hat. Well, I don't have the right hair to wear hats, so I don't wear that many. But if I were to pick one hat to sit and knit, it'd be the Leaf Lace Beret on page Now in: Hats Off: Trisha Malcolm on Vogue Knitting: How did the concept for a hat book come about?