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Designed by Sarah Peasley - Zig leans to the left. Zag leans to the right. Which way do YOU lean?
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Designed by Rohn Strong - I was extremely excited and honored when I was asked to design a hat for Halos of Hope. I knew I wanted to design a men's hat inspired by my Grandfather, Dennis Windish. My Grandpa unfortunately lost his battle with cancer about 5 years ago, after a tough 9-month fight. I miss him every day and this hat is a way to memorialize him as well as provide a pattern that men will love and want to wear.
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Designed by Gayle Roehm - This bamboo yarn makes an elegant, soft hat with good stitch definition. The bamboo is machine wash and dry, but any soft sock-weight yarn will work. Choose a solid or tonal color so the cables show up well. Knitted-on I-cord edges provide a nice finish and a way to neatly sew in the crown.
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With just 12 woven squares of some heavenly yarn you can create this warm cozy cap
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Designed by Daniel Yuhas - I dedicate this one to my mom and my friend Ireri.
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Designed by Stacy Mitchell from The Fine Needle, this hat contributed toward saving the locks of Mark Moraca (Kollage Yarns) during the 2012 BuZZ event.
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Exclusive 2013 Stitches East crochet design
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Designed by Kellie Nuss - A cushy, doubled band and stripes in two directions make this slouchy hat perfect for style, comfort, and warmth. In spite of the simple look, it's not boring to knit and includes a doubled band, slip-stitch vertical stripes, and jogless horizontal stripes. Use it as a canvas to play with color. Soft tones give one look, while brights create a whole different mood. Use leftovers for Color B and make a color statement!
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Designed for those who need additional airflow in a hat for sleeping or because they are in warm weather climates.
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Designed by Karen Ratto Whooley - This beanie was designed as it was because of 2 things: 1) listening to breast cancer survivors telling me that crocheted hats tend to be too hot on their heads, even with lace work in them, and 2) I wanted something stretchy enough to fit a variety of heads! The slouchy factor was added because it is a style now that is very popular with teens, and I wanted this hat to be wearable and fashion-forward for all ages. I love to wear the slouchy look as well!
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