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          Hats
          Unlike the winter squash you buy at the farmer's market, these pumpkins will never go bad. With just some yarn and your knitting needles, you can craft the cutest gourds to enjoy all season long.
          Ashley Little
          Cables got you down? We're here to help! Join designer Casey Hendrickson and learn to knit a cabled (and faux-cabled) pom-pom hat. From casting on and cabling to shaping and finishing, she'll show you how, step by step.
          Casey Hendrickson, Prem Knits
          Casey Hendrickson, Prem Knits
          Cables got you down? We're here to help! Join designer Casey Hendrickson and learn to knit a cabled (and faux-cabled) pom-pom hat. From casting on and cabling to shaping and finishing, she'll show you how, step by step.
          Vincent and Morgan each stitch up beanies using the same type of yarn, but with different crafts. See how knitting and crochet result in two distinct looks.
          Knitting vs. crochet: What's the difference? And is one better than the other? Find out in this Bluprint original series, where crochet artist Vincent Green-Hite and knit artist Morgan Woltersdorf stitch up the same five projects side by side. Along the way (with a bit of friendly banter), they offer tips and techniques for knitters and knotters of all levels.
          Vincent Green-Hite & Morgan Woltersdorf
          Vincent Green-Hite & Morgan Woltersdorf
          From graphic stripes to more complicated double knitting, hats are the perfect canvas to practice and learn new skills. They're pretty small, so you aren't committing to a lifetime of knitting a technique you may not love, and except for some crown shaping, they're basically just knitting a tube — by keeping the structure simple, you're free to focus on your new skill. So when you're in the market to try something new, check out one of these skill-building hats.
          Bluprint
          Let's be honest: knitting from patterns is awesome. There are so many amazing designs out there, that you could knit from patterns for the rest of your life and never get bored. But, equally awesome, is pushing yourself to create your own designs. If this sort of experimentation is your jam, hats are a great place to start.
          Ashley Little
          Beanie and cloche and beret — oh, my! We've got all the hats for you to crochet. And even the ones the look a little complicated (oh hey there, Fair Isle Hat), use only basic stitches. So you can make all of 'em — promise!
          Bluprint
          Baby hats are a quick and easy knit and make an excellent gift for a new little person in your life (or a donation to your local NICU). And don’t get us started on the cuteness factor, which is Off. The. Hook.
          Ashley Martineau
          We are ALL aboard that ombré bandwagon. But rounding up tons of yarn colors to create a perfect fade? Not so much. That's why we love dip-dye. Just knit or crochet your fave basic hat, dip it, put it on, and look ombré-dorable. Seriously, it's that easy.
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