Giveaway: The Knitted Hat Book

giveawayI have a jolly little giveaway for the blog today! I have a copy of Interweave’s The Knitted Hat Book and the chance to get your lucky hands on it!

I have two patterns in this book, the Squall Colorwork Beanie, and the Locality Slip-Stitch Slouch. Both hats use yarns that I love and admire – Quince and Co’s wonderfully soft Owl and A Verb for Keeping Warm’s gorgeous Floating. You can read more on each pattern in my previous post, but I wanted to share some more photos my talented friend and photographer Krista took of both designs!

To enter all you need to do is go view the designs in the book and come back to comment on this post letting me know which design you’d cast on if you won! Comments will close end of day PST Sunday Oct 9th and winner will be announced the following day! Thanks for joining in the fun 🙂

Congratulations TrishKnits! You won!!!!! 🙂

43 Comments

  1. Laurel

    I’d love to make the Squall Colorwork Beanie. It’s lovely and simple and a great way to practice some colorwork!

  2. Abby B

    I think I’d like to try the appliqued hat. I’ve never done anything like that before!

    Thank you!

  3. SaDonna Heathman

    I absolutely love your Squall Colorwork Beanie. I’ve never attempted color work that wasn’t in a simple stripe before, so your pattern would be a new technique for me to learn. I also like the Revolve His and Hers pattern. I am always looking for a great hat for the men in my life. Thanks for the giveaway! 🙂

  4. Jennifer Cole

    I love the Squall colorwork! I would make it in a deep blue and gray because it reminds me of the Milky Way at night in the desert. ✨

  5. Jennie

    I would cast on the sea glass cable hat and the squall colorwork beanie. They’d make such great Christmas gifts!

  6. Florine

    I love the Locality slip stitch slouch. Your version is wonderful <3
    But I love colorwork too 🙂

  7. Anne Marie

    How is it that I just discovered and started following your blog today?! I think your Squall Hat is most my style, but it’s a pretty tight contest with the Scoop Brimmed Cap by Melissa LaBarre as to which I would CO first!

  8. Anu

    I love love love the Squall colorwork beanie! I think it would look lovely in some Quince & Co yarn I naturally dyed (their yarn is my go-to for dyeing).

  9. Jody

    First up the Squall Colorwork Beanie! Then maybe a Timber Cabled Toque, as I do love cables too.

  10. Danielle

    I would love to cast on the Timber Cabled Toque– I think my boyfriend may actually enjoy wearing it.

  11. Linda

    I’d start with the Squall Colorwork Beanie if I were lucky enough to win. Thanks for the chance.
    Lmecoll on Rav

  12. Angela Digmann

    It’s tough! I really like the seaglass cabled hat, but the squall colorwork beanie would probably win out.

  13. Arianne

    I would love to knit the scoop brimmed hat for fall and the kerchief for spring. Lovely patterns!

  14. What a beautiful book! I love the Squall Colorwork Beanie and have a bunch of pretty Owl in my stash that would be perfect for it. 🙂 Thanks for an awesome giveaway!

  15. Kate L

    The Criss-Cross Slipstitch beanie is just lovely! I’d want to start with it, and then probably make several others too.

  16. Oh, all are lovely. It is so hard to choose! But I’m in gift-knitting mode and the timber cap would be amazing for my little bro for his scouting trips. Thank you so much for sharing this book with us! Your designs are gorgeous.

  17. Norah

    I would definitely go with your locality slip stitch slouch for myself and the timber cables for my husband. Thank you for the chance to win!!

  18. Melanie Jackson

    I would do either the revolve or squall, because I like color work and everyone needs hats!

  19. Jeri

    I love your Squall Colorwork Beanie. No surprise as your patterns are some of my favorites. It would be my first time with colorwork.

  20. Nadine

    Wow! Such beautiful designs! I think first I would try the Locality Slip Stitch hat and then the colour work!

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