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‘Hat Heads’ Free Knitted Beanie Pattern Preview

I recently interviewed Trond Anfinnsen, aka “knitKid” and author of “Hat Heads: 1 Man + 2 Knitting Needles = 50 Fun Hat Designs,” for the podcast and can’t wait to share the story behind this fun book that documents how one man used knitting to connect with people in his life.

While I work on kicking out a couple new podcasts, I’d like to invite you to download the Silje pattern featured on the lower right of the book cover and p. 116 inside. I love the blue and red together. What is it about blue and red? … hmm. Anyway, happy knitting folks!

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Comment from Umatji
Time: August 10, 2009, 6:50 pm

Ha! I just blogged about my beanies yesterday! I am afraid my skill is just a tiad below this excellent gentleman’s but I share the love of a good beanie! Looks great!

Comment from Turtle
Time: August 11, 2009, 11:17 am

very nice!!

Comment from Knitkid
Time: August 13, 2009, 4:43 am

Thanks, Umatji and Turtle:-)

Comment from Soy Chai
Time: September 3, 2009, 11:58 am

Hi! I am inspired by this episode and the opportunity to win the book!

I am knitting a hat for Keith because I promised him one. Fortunately it hasn’t gotten cold yet. I knit one fo rhim except I didn’t like how it turned out. I will knit him another one real soon, so I can keep my promise. Thanks for your show.

Comment from Debbie Scott
Time: September 7, 2009, 8:03 am

Kudos to Trond for following the creativity path. I continue to be inspired by those who follow their creativity path and where it leads them, including you, Jennifer.

I love knitting hats and found this podcast so inspiring because you can take the idea of one hat and change it into so many. I think of the many people that are ill, cancer treatments, that I am sure would love to have a hat to brighten their days. These are people who would inspire me to knit these hats.

Again, thanks for the show.

Debbie
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