Hats & Handwarmers for the Family

Hats & Handwarmers for the Family

Hats & Handwarmers for the FamilyHats & Handwarmers for the Family
Gifted by: Leisure Arts
www.leisurearts.com
Reviewed by Christine Weiher, Editor, AllFreeCrochet.com
 

If you're looking for a quick and cozy gift for a loved one, or you're simply looking to make yourself a nice little something then you're going to love Hats & Handwarmers for the Family. In this book there are 48 pages filled with crochet hats, mittens and even a little crochet baby cocoon to keep baby warm this winter - all from Red Heart.

Within each of the patterns listed in this book you'll see a shopping list, which is the materials list, sizing and gauge information, special stitches if applicable and instructions for the pattern itself. Each design comes with a colorful photo so you can see what the finished product will look like.

One of my all-time favorite crochet patterns from Red Heart, which is listed in this book, is the Streetwise Brim Hat found on page 14. This is a men's brimmed easy crochet hat that will not only make him look stylish and modern, but he'll love wearing it, too. It's tough to find the perfect pattern for a man, so if you've been searching for a while then your search is finally over!

Hats & Handwarmers for the Family is a great book from Leisure Arts that allows you to practice your crochet skills and give yourself or a loved one the perfect handmade gift. With Red Heart yarns used for each of the designs you are bound to love these accessories. The kids especially, will love the flip-top finger gloves and thumbs for texting.

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