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Kendall Hat

Project Description

What advice would you give someone starting this project? This hat is from Susan B Anderson's Itty Bitty Hats book. It is the Rainbow Marley pattern but I used stash yarn! Susan has a toy Workshop and On Line Class right here on Craftsy! Just click the links at the top of the page!

Q&A with Sheila Zachariae

kannth1215 asked:
I absolutely love the hat!
Sheila Zachariae answered:
Thank you! Susan B Anderson is a great kids wear designer!
Penelope G asked:
I would love to have this hat pattern . . . but I don't know how to order/buy it. Help?
Sheila Zachariae answered:
If you look in the notes above, it mentions Susan B Anderson's book Itty Bitty Hats! GREAT book you can find on Amazon.com or your fav book store might have it! It's the Rainbow Marly pattern! Thanks for the note!
ladysuzanne asked:
like the patterns but I don't feel it should cost anything for the patterns. What happen to old fashion idea of sharing for the good of all.
Sheila Zachariae answered:
I am not permitted to share someone else's pattern! If you click on "free patterns" on the home page, there are many available! Also, ravelry.com has many free patterns as well! I hope this helps.
justknit asked:
I found the book Itty Bitty Hats at my local library....didn't cost me anything to borrow the book.
Sheila Zachariae answered:
It's a great book! My fav is the black hat with the roses on top!
MumOnTheLoose asked:
This hat is so cute and inspires me to rummage around in my stash! For those who have complained about the fact that not every pattern is available for free, I would suggest, in addition to the free patterns on Craftsy and Ravelry, the website www.knittingpatterncentral.com. Or you could just do a google search for free patterns for whatever you're itchin' to knit. There is SO much available to those who are willing to make an effort to look for it! Times ARE hard, but this cute hat makes me think I might "need" the Itty Bitty Hats book. :-)
Sheila Zachariae answered:
Mum, thank you for the kind words! It IS a great book, and free at the library!