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Vogue knitting caps & hats two.
First edition.
Publication Information:
New York : Sixth&Spring Books, [2003]

Physical Description:
95 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 19 cm.
Added Uniform Title:
Vogue knitting international.
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Brimming with classic hats and contemporary caps for every member of the family, this charming knitwear collection combines Vogue fashion sense with on-the-go portability. From a whimsical animal topper for baby to a tasseled aran tam for mom, these twenty plus projects offer options for every personality. Whatever your skill level, hats provide a perfect opportunity to sample new knitting techniques, experiment with stitches and let loose with inspired color combinations. A gorgeous four-color photo accompanies each design, easy-to-follow instructions make the knitting a breeze, and a basic skills refresher keeps you on track. Fast and fun, each of the take-along projects in this conveniently sized book is small enough to slip into your bag. Finish the winter cloche on your commute or the kid's Scottie cap in the doctor's waiting room-anytime, anywhere, these crowning achievements turn down time into creative time.

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Library Journal Review

These are two solid additions to the "Vogue Knitting on the Go!" series. Caps & Hats Two includes a variety of hat styles for all levels of knitting expertise-22 in all, each with a full-color photo of the finished hat, complete step-by-step instructions, a materials list, charts, and skill rating. A furry Scottie dog hat for girls will tempt the intermediate knitter, while the beautiful "Alpine Miss" Fair Isle cap with braided trim will interest the experienced knitter. Weekend Knits consists of 21 patterns, most using big needles and chunky yarns. Teenagers will enjoy making and wearing the "Graphic Artist" tank top. It is knitted with a rayon/ nylon yarn and, once finished, is painted with a special gel to create a tie-dye-type pattern. Public libraries where the other volumes in this series are popular should consider adding these, too, especially at this modest price. If you can only purchase one, Weekend Knits may be the better choice, as it includes a greater variety of projects, among them purses, vests, sweaters, socks, hats, mittens, and scarves. (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.

Table of Contents

Fair Isle Cap: Harvest chill chaserp. 18
Herringbone Cloche: A wayfarer's classicp. 22
Wavy Cabled Cap: Hot tamale!p. 26
Scottie Hat: A girl's best friendp. 31
Ribbed Cap: Artist's palettep. 34
Flower Topped Striped Cap: Making wavesp. 37
Snowflake Beret: Tasseled "Tam o' shanter"p. 40
Birdseye Rolled Cap: Winter warm-upp. 44
Tasseled Cap: It's hip to be squarep. 47
Multicolor Earflap Cap: Mountain top mosaicp. 50
Bulky Brimmed Hat: Fedorable!p. 54
Fur-Trimmed Cap: Going loopyp. 57
Seed Stitch Baby Cap: Flower powerp. 60
Ribbed Banded Cap: Cable hook-upp. 63
Multicolor Funnel Hat: Twist and tiep. 66
Horseshoe Cable Cap: Pretty in pinkp. 70
Baby's Earflap Caps: Take twop. 73
Cap with Braided Trim: Alpine Missp. 76
Striped Hat: Four cornersp. 81
Kid's Cotton Cap: Feeling sheepish?p. 84
Fair Isle Ski Cap: Powder powerp. 87
Dancing Bears Cap: Teddy bears on paradep. 90