24 Crochet Hats Book Review
Do you love making and even wearing hats? Now there is 24 Crochet Hats – the book with so many options that there is definitely something for everyone!
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24 CROCHET HATS BOOK REVIEW
Publisher: Independently Published
Author: Kristin Omdahl
Number of Pages: 112
Number of Patterns: 24 (plus, tons of other info!)
First Impression: There is SO much info in this book! Whether you’re a new crocheter and just want more hat patterns, this book is for you.
Kristin put a lot of thought into each of these designs. First, it has options for seasons. There is openwork and lighter weight hats but there are also hats that would be perfect for cold winter days. There are basic hats for the beginner, as well as designs for the more adventurous crocheter. There’s even a messy bun hat!
In addition to that, it’s not just a book full of hats that use basic stitches. There is SO much variety. If you like trying new stitches and combos, you will appreciate the variety.
In addition to some beautiful stitch combos, you’ll also learn these techniques:
- Tapestry crochet
- Honeycomb cable
- Broomstick lace
- Hairpin lace
- Invisible join
The book has a wealth of info – everything from how to read patterns and charts to blocking. It also includes both written patterns and charts. So whether you’re a visual learner or you like written patterns you’ll love this!
If you’d like to purchase the book on Amazon you can get it by clicking here.
*Disclaimer* – This book was provided to me for a review, but all opinions are strictly my own.