November 1, 2007
I'm a serial scarf knitter—they happen when I fall in love with a yarn and can't stop swatching. My scarf baskets are stuffed. Hats don't come as easily, though. Many knitting books offer instructions for gorgeous and elaborate hat concoctions, but sometimes I just want simple, basic, flexible hat instructions to follow as I embark upon my own creative journey.
Can Sarah Bradberry fill that void? I sit down with her new, self-published The Any Yarn, Any Size Knit Hat Book to find out.
In the Forums: Surviving Slumps
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