Booklet Review & Giveaway: Math for Hats & Topped for a Year

Posted by on Aug 3, 2011 in Knitting | Comments


8/10/2011 UPDATE: This contest is now over, and the winner has been contacted.  Thank you for your interest!

Keep checking back for more great giveaways from lovely designers and companies.

 

Giveaway Rules: One entry per person, and you must be a Craftsy member to win(Click here to become a member.)

Review:

Tot Toppers designer and Crafsty member Kate Oates has outdone herself this time!  She’s created two great booklets that go great together.

The first in the series is called Math for Hats and teaches the knitter exactly how to create great-fitting hats for any family member.

About Math for Hats, Kate says, “Whether you’re a knitter who’d like to know the secrets behind hat sizing to better understand patterns you’re working on, or one who inspires to knit a hat up from scratch, this book will walk you through the aspects to consider.”

Each of the patterns in the booklet is color – coded and matched with a description at the margin, so that you can easily follow along with both the pattern and the instruction.

After you’ve worked your way through Math for Hats, you’re ready to move on and tackle any of the projects in Kate’s book “Topped for a Year: 12 hat patterns.”

This cute, professionally-printed, 12-page booklet is Kate’s first collection of patterns and is adorable!  There’s a baby-or-child hat pattern for each month of the year. The booklet also includes templates for making brims for the hats, which is really clever!  To read more about Kate and to find more of her patterns, here is a link to the Tot Toppers website.

If you’re so new to hat knitting that you’ve maybe never even knit in the round, check out Craftsy’s new online knitting course, Circular Knit Lab: Hats Four Ways.  In this class, you learn to knit in the round while making three cute hats.  It’s a great way to get started on your circular knitting journey. (And, if you register through this post, you can take the course for 50% off.)

Kate, kind knitter that she is, has generously provided us with a copy of EACH of the booklets above. If you’d like a chance to win BOTH booklets, leave a comment below.  We’ll choose a winner at random next week.

Rules: One entry per person, and you must be a Craftsy member to win(Click here to join.)

8/10/2011 UPDATE: This contest is now over, and the winner has been contacted.  Thank you for your interest! Keep checking back for more great giveaways from lovely designers and companies.

 

Comments

  1. Amie says:

    Me! Me! I hope I win!

  2. Julie says:

    Oooooooh, these look lovely! I can absolutely see the genius behind math for knits! I would love to be able to just calculate stitches per family member, just like that!

  3. Carol Farndon says:

    Love Craftsy and love knitting/crocheting…would love to win one of these books…keep up the good work!

  4. Colene Myers says:

    I think these are adorable… I am always looking for hat patters I make a lot of hats for babies at the hospitals….

  5. Debbie S. says:

    I’d LOVE these two booklets!

  6. Linda says:

    What fantastic booklets they look great and would certainly enhance my learning and designing :)

  7. Paul says:

    Absolutely adorable. Here’s hopin’

  8. Linda says:

    Ooohhh! Hats — great potential for mischief!!

  9. Connie Caruso says:

    My manager wants me to make your ear flap cable hat for her soon-to-be born baby. I looked and looked and finally found your pattern. Adorable! Would love the pattern. Hope I win!!!!!!!!!!! Your patterns are great.

  10. terry sedgwick says:

    Those r great booklets. I always need help getting hats to fit. I could use those booklets.

  11. Tish Painter says:

    Hats are fun to make… especially for kids. I think they are a great way to use up yarn sometimes too! It would be great to know the math behind them so I can make my own and not have to look for the pattern. ^_^

  12. Susan Christman says:

    love the ideas.. cant wait to learn the techniques

  13. Eva B says:

    I love Kate’s designs! and love knitting up hats for my kids! this would be great!

  14. Amanda tressler says:

    I love knitting hats. This is so cool!

  15. Louise Boutot says:

    I love knitting hats!!. Hope I win!

  16. Ann(aka moilulu) says:

    I love Kate –Hi Kate!! I have/love the one booklet would love the other

  17. Heather says:

    I’d love to be hatted – and it’d be great to have new patterns for friends’ babies!

  18. Cindy Floyd says:

    I would love to win these books as I just started knitting and they would help me start a very good collection of patterns.

  19. Dana says:

    These booklets look like they have wonderful projects in them! I’d love to get my hands on those hat patterns! :)

  20. Lauren says:

    Would absolutely love these books!

  21. Toni McKilligan says:

    These both look like great resources and I’d be proud and happy to have them in my collection!

  22. Shangching says:

    These books look so interesting. Thank you for the offering!

  23. Kelly Smyczynski says:

    i’ve never been big on making hats because even though you’d think they’d be mostly one size fits all, that’s so far from true and it always has been hit or miss to get a proper fit. i KNOW that book would get me making a lot more hats!

  24. Melissa Jimenez says:

    This would be a fantastic prize to share with my mother (who got me into knitting)!

  25. Connie Jones says:

    I love making hats, wearing hats and giving hats away. I give hats to new babies, toddlers and adults. I appreciate new ideas and patterns and would love to learn more about designing my own.

  26. Janelle Fresvik says:

    Looks great! I love hats!

  27. Mardelle says:

    OK how do I enter since I AM a member????
    but even when I press on the link to join nothing else comes up :(

  28. Rebecca Landes says:

    adorable

  29. Rachel Thayer says:

    Please let me win, I never get to win!!!!! Wish me luck!

  30. Shawna Chatten says:

    I would LOVE to win these books!! I’ve never had good luck with knitting hats so any help would be greatly appreciated!!!

  31. Shawna Pluim says:

    I just love knitting fun hats for my kids!!!

  32. Casey Taylor says:

    :)

  33. Crissa R. says:

    I do love to make hats.

  34. Signa Shuff says:

    I love to knit.
    I love hats.
    I have granchildren that will wear hats that I make (they aren’t teenagers yet :)

  35. Virginia says:

    thank you so much for giving us this opportunity. i appreciate all the help i get from you!

  36. Andrea hall says:

    Very intriguing

  37. Shae Ambler says:

    Thanks for the awesome opportunity Ive been knitting for years but havent tried some of these styles , now that I am pretty much bed bound shorter knitting times and projects are sanity savers for me

  38. Francine Dronick says:

    The hats are so cute. Would love to win them.

  39. Sarah L says:

    I have had “Topped for a Year” on my wish list for several months. It would be so awesome to win it! The math book would also come in handy, as I am going to design a double knit hat for my 6 year old this winter. Nothing I have found is just what I’m imagining, so it’s off to the drawing board (literally) for me!

  40. Carolyn Ainsworth says:

    Wow! what a sweet deal!

  41. Kate says:

    If these booklets can aptly be judged by their covers, I can’t wait to get my hands on them.

  42. BettyB says:

    Looks like a lot of great information – hope I win!

  43. Kim C-W says:

    I love knitting hats, especially for wee little ones!

  44. Hannah says:

    Both the books sound great! I would love to win them!

  45. anne bean says:

    I would really like to win, but I have really bad luck. They look really sweet.

  46. Amber Kaufman says:

    I would LOVE to get the topped for a year book! I just had a baby 5 weeks ago and really need to get to making him some cute stuff….

  47. anne bean says:

    Please pick me for a winner. I really do have very bad luck. The hats look very sweet to knit!

    1. anne bean says:

      Why wont this take my reply?

      1. Stefanie Japel says:

        it did take it. :)

  48. Brianna Shumway says:

    Love hats! Those books would be so helpful to me and designing them.

  49. Ooo! I’m thrilled to have a chance to win such a lovely book! Thank you for the very generous opportunity! I have lots of nieces and nephews that would look adorable in some of those “toppers”!

  50. Mary Kravenas says:

    Adorable!

  51. Angela says:

    Just what I need!

  52. Lequisha Caccavale says:

    The booklets look great. I’m really interested in the the “Math for Hats” book.

  53. Judy Philllips says:

    what can be cuter than adorable tots in adorable tops!

  54. Joanna Hoch says:

    I love the look of these, and they seem to have the right amount of description. Thank you for the chance to win!

  55. Laura Zinn says:

    A “Math for Hats” knitting book?! My favourite things (math and knitting) together in one cover!

  56. Mary Fricke says:

    Great idea for a book (hat math). The patterns look fun.

  57. Susan Knight says:

    I would love these books. I have 4 grand kids that love hats. Especially when I knit them one! And that goes double when the hat I knit for them happens to be quirky, like a dinosaur hat or a kitty hat or a hat that has lots of bright colored stripes.
    Yep, I’d love these books!
    sue

  58. Carol Hayes says:

    How fun to learn how to make hats for all people sizes

  59. Pam bishop says:

    These look super cute!

  60. Linda Herrmann says:

    Would love to have some help with hats. All my kids and grandkids LOVE to wear hats…all the more reason to learn more about this awesome craft :)

  61. Jenny Chiu says:

    I’d love these booklets!

  62. sabrina says:

    This wld be great as I’m just now starting to knit and would love to learn about hats. They are so cute too!!

  63. Debbi Ray says:

    Love these booklets. would love to win. Enjoying my craftsy class too.

  64. Judy says:

    I would love to win these books!

  65. Terry Roberts says:

    These hats look darling!

  66. jody59 says:

    They sound like fantastic books!! Of course I would LOVE to win them!

  67. Jessica Clark says:

    All these hats are amazing! I’d love to win these booklets!

  68. laura philbrook says:

    the caps are soooo adorable. would love to add those patterns to my collection.

  69. SWEET idea. I always end up crocheting hats because it makes it easier to size for my family member, but I would LOVE to knit hats too!!!

  70. Beverly Johnson says:

    I must be a member, I certainly clicked enough places enough times! Am I entered?

  71. Flossie says:

    those hats are too cute!! and I’m terrible at math, so I need one of these math hat primers…

  72. Barbara Keller says:

    Hope I win,love making hats.

  73. Jimmie Y Brackett says:

    Love these Toppers!

  74. sarah says:

    thanks for the contest :) the hats are adorable!

  75. Elaine Largie says:

    Wow, I love making hats and Kate’s booklet is much needed for anyone who like to make this fun accessory (sometime necessary) – it enables us to be more creative. Thanks,

  76. Pat Price says:

    I love to knit and I’m always looking for new patterns.

  77. Christine says:

    Hats are my favourite thing to knit! <3

  78. Nancy Hood says:

    I absolutely LOVE knitting hats!!! What a wonderful treat to win these new books of ideas!!! Hoping and praying that it happens…I’ve never won anything!

  79. Mim says:

    These are adorable! I’ve just started trying to make hats, and the “Math for Hats” booklet looks great (especially since I teach math)!

  80. I hope this is where I enter to win the books.

  81. suzanne says:

    I love hats!! They are quick and you can practice new techniques.

  82. Burt Tower says:

    I love math, love knitting, and love knitting hats. How could I miss?

  83. Michelle Short says:

    Wow I have fallen in love with knitting and as a novice these would really help me expand my skills & techniques.

  84. Melanee Simpson says:

    Adorable hats and such a good idea to include the templates

  85. Jenni Kane says:

    I love the hat w/ fins and have been looking for a book w/ a proper stocking hat. October 2nd I will be turning 50 and without really thinking about it I started knitting hats to give away at my party. Saturday October 1st at Hales in the back stage area. Seattle Wa, come if you are in the area :] Possible 100 guests… raffle tickets? door prizes? anyway I am on hat number 34!!! since the first of May! I am stuck in a bit of a rut. Watch caps, beanies, cabled caps and jesters caps w/ a squarish top and tassels are about the extent of my knowledge. I would love to have some new ideas and patterns. Thank you for considering me, Cheers, Jenni

  86. Lish says:

    Looks like a great book. I hope I won. I love knitting hats.

  87. Tera says:

    Love the hats!

  88. Lynn Norzinskay says:

    I would love to win these books. I knit and crochet hats a lot, and learning the math and structure would be so helpful. I often do my own thing with the patterns I use, sometimes not so successfully. So I need some instruction for success. The templates for making brims piques my interest even more.

  89. Diane says:

    You didn’t say if there was a link to a form to fill out for the entry or if we just leave a note here. I would love to win because hats are my favorite thing to knit, especially now that it’s too hot to hold much yarn. I love to knit hats for gifts and give the overflow to various charities.

  90. Jill Garrett says:

    always love to add to my knitting library… I learned to knit from books. I’m happy to say that I purchased the Fit to Knit Class and am finding it an invaluable help. The math in knitting has always been a mystery to me so I would be very interested in reading and learning from Math for Hats. I never thought I’d have grandchildren and now I have 3 – under the age of 3!!! ( no twins, just 2 different families) so I would love all the different hat patterns for children.

  91. Sabrina says:

    I’ve never knitted a hat. This giveaway looks like the perfect opportunity to learn. “pick me”

  92. Reina says:

    I never knitted a hat in the round so this would be awesome to win!! :)

  93. Giusy says:

    I love her style and photo! I do love the patterns as well and math too :-)

  94. M. Jane Epstein says:

    Always have trouble getting hats to fit my large head. Looks like something I need.

  95. Ann Camarata says:

    Love hats…the eternal perfect stash buster for any type of yarn and person.

  96. Laura says:

    Great booklets… I always have trouble knitting hats for me and my family because we seem to have heads that are generally to big for the largest size given. So I always have to make adjustments. And learning to do that right before seeing the mistake in my knitting afterwards would be agreat improvement.

  97. Lila Tonche says:

    Hats, hats, hats. I love hats! The chemo patients love them too!

  98. sharon beach says:

    I love these hat patterns just what I need for my new baby grandson

  99. Melissa says:

    Please! Please! Please! Please! Please! Please! Please! Please! Please! Please! Please!

  100. Nellie says:

    Great hats. Hope I win!

  101. Bronwyn Bailey says:

    I would like to enter to win these books

  102. Dawn Wilkins says:

    these books would be a great help as i have to phone my sister every time i get stuck with my knitting, if i was lucky enough to win these,it might reduce my phone bill by a lot. heres hoping…….

  103. margaret says:

    The hat patterns are lovely and I would like to make all of them if I get the time!!

  104. Laurel Brandt says:

    I’d like to win!

  105. MARSHA ECKHARDT says:

    I started a knitting club for students at the high school where I teach. The majority of the membership wanted to knit hats and I know nothing about knitting hats. These two books would come in very handy for this coming school year.

  106. Linda Rumsey says:

    Great prize – would love to win!

  107. Janice says:

    These hats look adorable. I just started knitting hats and they are really fun projects.

  108. Mishael says:

    I would LOVE to win! Her patterns are so cute and my two little ones would look adorable in these hats.

  109. Linda McClain says:

    love to knit and would love to have those secrets to hand down to granddaughters

  110. Linda McClain says:

    would love to have those secrets to be able to hand them down to granddaughters

  111. Cheryl says:

    Where do you enter?

  112. Judy Bishop says:

    Great idea – Love making all different types of hats.

  113. Jan Bos says:

    I’ve been looking for patterns for hats for my grandchildren and having a hard time finding one in their sizes. Would love to have these books.

  114. brig125 says:

    I have a baby girl who would look perfect in these hats!

  115. Rebecca says:

    These look great, especially Math for Hats! I always like to understand the WHY of things (why x number of stitches, construction of items, etc.) so I can customize. I don’t have kids but I’m surrounded by babies these days (lots of friends having babies). Hats are a great thing to knit because they’re quick and might get some wear before the kids grow out of them.

  116. jane watson says:

    lovely patterns

  117. Robbyn Oosting says:

    My granddaughter is due to enter this world on Sept. 10th. I have been searching for cute hat patterns to knit for her and her brother. This is just the thing I need! Thanks for the chance to win it!

  118. Pam says:

    I like the idea of using math in knitting.

  119. Patti says:

    Thank you Kate Oates and Crafsty for the opportunity to win these books. I’ve made afghans for my grandchildren, and these books will give me the perfect excuse to use the left over yarn from each project to make a hat for the individual whose afghan the yarn matches.

  120. Joyce R in PA says:

    A new Great-granddaughter will arrive soon so I need to make her some hats, caps, and things.

  121. sharon says:

    Very cute patterns!

  122. Melissa Landon says:

    I have a new grandson and would love to make him more hats!

  123. Shannon says:

    These patterns look adorable!

  124. Bonnie Pinkerton says:

    Oh how I would love to win this set! My darling niece has been wanting me to make a special hat for her!

  125. Morgan says:

    I’d love to win these! Adorable patterns:)

  126. angie s. says:

    I would love these. I am such a fan of hers.

  127. Tiphanie says:

    I would love to win these booklets! I love Kate’s hats; thanks for this wonderful opportunity!

  128. lorraine says:

    very cool! id love to win thanks!

  129. Linda says:

    The little hats on the cover of this book sure do look interesting. Thanks for the opportunity to win the two books.

  130. Rebekah says:

    I’ve often wondered how to make the perfect fitting hat. I sure hope I’ll be able to win!

  131. Alicia B says:

    The math part of it intrigues me! Looks very cool!

  132. Stacey says:

    Would love to win, Hat’s are a must in our house!

  133. Rebecca W says:

    Can’t pass up an opportunity to enter! I adore Kate’s patterns. They’re so cute and so much fun to make for my baby and toddler!! :)

  134. Kate says:

    This is awesome!!!! I love TotToppers and well, ALL of Kate’s patterns!

  135. Amy says:

    I love her hat patterns!

  136. Christie says:

    This is exactly what I needed when I gave up on my beret pattern in disgust. What a great publication!

  137. Such a great looking booklet! Would love to learn more of the math behind it!

  138. love even just looking at the pictures. love the designs. thanks for having this contest.

  139. liz thomson says:

    Love these new patterns. Hope i win.

  140. stacy sathe says:

    i like to make hats for gifts so i would love these books!!!

  141. Doris says:

    What an amazing book! Thank you for putting this together for us.

  142. Margaret Foster says:

    I love making hats! And I would love to win these booklets!!

  143. Sue says:

    I love to knit! Haven’t really gotten into hats but these patterns look perfect to begin getting hooked on hats. If I don’t win – I’ll be buying these! :)

  144. Alaina says:

    I would love to win as it would be something for me to teach my niece. We do everything together so i think we could both take interest in these hats :)

  145. Kathy Szente says:

    Ohhhhh!!!!!!! I absolutely love the looks of the knit items!!!! Would love the opportunity to knit them! You’ll need to pull my name out of the hat though in order for me to do that……hint, hint, hint:)

  146. Karen Milner says:

    These hats look so interesting to make, and just the size project that I would actually finish….lol!!

  147. Adrienne says:

    Oh wow how cute ^.^ I hope I win!!

  148. Raine says:

    Wow both of these look awesome. I have needed the measurement one in the past as we have some people with wider and deeper heads. LOL
    Thanks for the great giveaway!

  149. Marieta says:

    I would love to win!

  150. Norma says:

    Have never seen such adorable hat patterns. Thanks for such creativity!

  151. Julie Chandler says:

    4 grandchildren, 4 totally different ages – sounds like what I need to get the right sizes and the right styles!

  152. Ronni says:

    Hats are my niche in knitting! I always have trouble figuring the sizing, and have ripped out many a project because I was way off. These would be a great help to me.

  153. Coleen says:

    I’m horrible at math… Pick me!

  154. Briana says:

    <3 I hope I win! Thanks for the opportunity!

  155. NanaMary says:

    Love the designs on the front covers. I have to admit this is my first time viewing Kate’s creations. I would love to win so I could adorn my granddaughters and friends’ babies with those hats.

    Kate, thanks for being so creative.

  156. Fran says:

    Hat Math is the perfect booklet for a beginner like me.. Fingers crossed here

  157. shannon smith says:

    Our family is growing. How wonderful to be able to knit hats for all in different sizes from one book.! Hope I win!

  158. DonnaMak says:

    Pick me, please!

  159. Paola says:

    I am a new knitter and I think math for hats may be just what I need :)

  160. lee schery says:

    I have always had trouble with math. Then when I was about 10 my grandmother taught me to knit. For the first time ever I could visualize math! Today I work in a lab where math is crucial and knitting is my passion. Now I love teaching my grandkids to knit and ‘see’ math!!!

  161. Heidi M. says:

    I would LOVE to win these! I especially like Math for Hats! Got my fingers crossed!

  162. Carol Smith says:

    Love to make hats! Would love to win. Thanks.

  163. Leslie says:

    These are darling patterns, and I NEED them both!

  164. jeanette burnett says:

    This looks fantastic, love tp knit and crochet, even managed to crochet my daughter a tri-corner pirate hat for her pirate day at school and all without a pattern. Would love to expand my knitting/ crocheting and these are certainly the books to help!

  165. Kristy Ostergard says:

    I’d love, love, love to win these books – I have four grandchildren that would benefit greatly!!!

  166. Christine says:

    These books so useful, count me in!

  167. Joyce says:

    I have never made a hat…these 2 booklets would change that!!

  168. Christina Schaefer says:

    Love it!

  169. Jill B says:

    These look great! I’m always looking for new hat patterns.

  170. Sara says:

    I’m seriously hooked on hats this year, especially for babies and toddlers! These look like a great addition to my growing pattern/knitting library.

  171. Veronica says:

    I would love to win these booklets! Thanks for the review and giveaway!

  172. KRISTIN G says:

    These look like great toppers!! And a great reference tool I have been looking for…it would be nice to not be guessing on sizes and have these great topper booklets

  173. Heather Burke says:

    let me know when I win haha.
    The books look great !

  174. jo egan-small says:

    I hope to win, it would be a first!!!!

  175. jo egan-small says:

    I hope to win, it would be a first!!!!!!!!!!

  176. Diane says:

    I’ve never quite managed making hats that fit correctly or look like their suppose too. These booklets would be wonderful to have! I make a lot of baby blankets and always say to myself that a little hat would be so cute to go with the blanket! Here’s my chance to make that happen. Adorable patterns!

  177. Cindy Broecker says:

    Wow! Would love to win them!! Two babies on the way, and many grandchildren!
    Thanks,
    Cindy

  178. Brook Fearn says:

    Would love to learn more about hat sizing. I can’t wait to knit a hat for my future daughter/son due in Feb.!

  179. Amy says:

    I am just learning to make hats, and I would LOVE to win these books!!

  180. SueB says:

    I would love to learn how to knit hats to size. Thanks for a chance to win!

  181. sara S, says:

    Oh would love to win thank you for the chance!

  182. Shonee says:

    I would love to be entered to win!!
    Shonee

  183. Bethany says:

    These books look so useful! I’d love to win!

  184. Pat says:

    This is a very interesting website! I would love to win a booklet!

  185. Tabinda says:

    oh it would be so nice to win a kniting magazine as here in pakistan such magazines are very expensive and mostly not available and i just loveeeeeeee kniting :)

  186. Jaymie Pobanz says:

    I would love to learn the math behind pattern making. Cool books!

  187. Toni says:

    What a great giveaway! I love TotToppers patterns…I’m working on Kate’s Dino sweater right now! =) Thanks for doing this giveaway. Keeping my fingers crossed. :D

  188. Melva Cohenour says:

    I Fell these books would more of the little details that I need to make a hat with better fit which mine are lacking. Nice books.

  189. Dawn Dreibus says:

    Those pictures of those hats are really cute. Would love to do them!

  190. suni says:

    i would love to have these :)

  191. Merri says:

    Yes PLEASE!! Cheers! ~M

  192. Gina says:

    Very nice!!

  193. Judi J says:

    I adore these hats, want to make one of each for my little cousins and nieces and nephews !! I wish I was talented enough to create patterns, but would be ecstatic to knit yours ! :D

  194. Gina says:

    I love to knit hats!

  195. Valeria Munoz says:

    I am interested in winning those booklets.

  196. Deborah says:

    I’ll have to get this booklet even if I don’t win, my husband is asking for a new warm and cozy hat for his walk to work this winter… something in Alpaca he’s saying.

  197. CatieP says:

    those books look great – I’d love to have the chance to see them in person

  198. Tami H says:

    I would love to know how to do the math for hats. We also have little ones growing up in the family that it would be cute to knit hats for.

  199. Shari H says:

    Hats off to Kate Oates!

    1. Stefanie Japel says:

      Yay! Agreed! :)

  200. Gail says:

    I think hats are my favorite quick knit.

  201. Casey W says:

    How fun! I’m always finding cute baby hat patterns, but am really lacking the know-how to make them bigger for us big kids! Might just have to purchase the book if I don’t win:)

  202. Susan Nagel says:

    I would love to win! Just learning to knit – just had a new grandbaby – would love to make hats – hats and more hats lol bring it on!

  203. Beth Hicks says:

    The idea of a book that tells me how to adapt hats for my family definitely appeals to the “mathie” in me. And, the patterns look great.

  204. Nieves says:

    knitting hats is my favorite thing to do.. I’m always creating my own designs, it would be nice to have a book with lots of math tips.

  205. Clifton Harp says:

    I never win at these things but I would LOVE to get these booklets!

  206. Anne says:

    I enjoy making hats and I have 3 grandchildren who will wear them.

  207. Sharon says:

    Love these – would love to have them!

  208. Tina says:

    My new granddaughter would look so cute in these.

  209. pamela wallng says:

    The books look great. My knitting group is makng hats for the hmeless this fall and the books would really help.

  210. Edyta Niemyjska says:

    I made my first hat when I was 16. Once I realized that it didn’t fit my head (after about hours of compulsive knitting) I started again and again. Now, 10 years later, I’m back to knitting and I still use my “old technique” of making the hat again if it does not fit.
    It would be great to have a book with instructions of proper hat-making.

  211. Lara says:

    I would love to have them both! I love making hats.

  212. Linda C. Packard says:

    I love the hats shown in the pictures. I need ideas for great hats, as I haven’t made but one pattern. They look great.

  213. Pam says:

    Awesome giveaway! Love Tot Toppers designs!

  214. Lila says:

    I love the hat patterns! Perfect for my twin granddaughters!!!

  215. Deb says:

    I’ve been looking for the perfect toddler hat pattern.

  216. Debbie says:

    Love to knit hat…especially for babies! I was always afraid of knitting in the round on DOUBLE POINTED NEEDLES! Gasp! But really quick and easy!!

  217. June Ling says:

    Yay! A booklet that explains the hows and whys of hat designing. And one can never have too many hat patterns

  218. Cinda Friend says:

    No grandbabies yet. Alot of grand nieces and nephews though would look great in these hats!!

  219. Rachel says:

    Cool, knitting hats is my favorite!

  220. Val says:

    These booklets are just what I need! I’m very good at making hats that don’t fit. :(

  221. michele says:

    Would LOVE to win these books = GREAT resources and NICE patterns.

  222. Jackie Vogel says:

    Love the little hats. So cute!

  223. Dj says:

    I’d love to learn how to make hats really fit!

  224. Tina says:

    I love Kate’s designs and would love to win a copy :)

  225. Maverick98023 says:

    Those look like great books and a wonderful technique to learn!!

  226. Carolina says:

    What a great giveway! Both booklets will come in handy….lots of girls at work are having babies!

  227. Jennifer R. says:

    Awesome giveaway!!! I work Labor & Delivery, and I knit hats to give to the babies I have assisted in delivering….this would come in VERY HANDY!!!! Thanks for continuing to offer these giveaways =)

  228. Jennifer R. says:

    This would be very helpful!!! I knit hats for newborns I assist in delivering…I’m a Labor & Delivery nurse. Thanks for offering great giveaways!!!

  229. Jen says:

    I just heard Kate talking about this book on the Never Not Knitting podcast this afternoon–I would love to get it!

  230. Cindy Highfill says:

    I love Kate’s designs…what a great give away, Thanks!

  231. Amela says:

    I hope this is still on.Love to knit!!

  232. Lisa says:

    This is the perfect solution for getting hats to fit–what a concept! The word “math” probably scares a lot of people, but we don’t need to be afraid! Lovely book!

  233. Stefanie Japel says:

    8/10/2011 UPDATE: This contest is now over, and the winner has been contacted. Thank you for your interest!

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