By Jennifer Hansen
Bad hair day? Good hair day? It doesn't matter: Try one of these knit hats on for size and you'll look pretty and poised no matter what kind of day you're having. We've taken a diverse selction of the freshest current hat styles and provide a range of skill levels and yarn suggestions to make your knitting fly. No matter what the season, just choose a yarn, grab your needles, and you'll soon be wearing a fashionable chapeau that is custom-made for your fashion situation.
Ribbon Beanie: Simply romantic, the style of this little beanie is just as relevant today as it was in the 1920's and 30's when similiar styles were popular. A cinch to work up with bulky ribbon yarn, the beanie hat also features a clever and simple ribbon finishing technique that you are sure to use on many projects to come.
Page Boy Hat: Bored of ladylike chic? Why not go funky seventies babe with a sassy attitude to match? A perfect casual accessory, this hat is great for everyday where or attach a rhinestone brooch and you are ready for a night on the town. Bulky weight wool helps this hat work up quickly, and the felted brim is fun and easy to make.
Parisian Beanie Beret: This updated classic, part-beanie / part-beret makes the perfect fit for an array of fashion situations. Featuring a delicate stitch pattern and just-right proportions, once you work this classy beret up, you may not be able to take it off...
Page Boy Hat takes about 110-130 yards of feltable Wool in a bulky weight
Parisian Beanie Beret takes about 200 yards of worsted weight yarn