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Chameleon Cap

Love, Love, Love this hat.  I’ve knit it in navy blue, gray and bright green.   I think green is my favorite.

What I love most about this cap is that it is reversible and the inside looks just like the outside, so when you fold up the flap for the brim it ends up looking just like the rest of cap.

I found the pattern in Donna Kooler’s Encyclopedia of Knitting.  I’ve put a link to Amazon down below.

It’s been a wonderful reference book and I would recommend it for your knitting library.  The first half of the book is full of tips and tricks and is a great resource for beginners to advanced knitters.

There is also a really nice selection of over 160 stitches and stitch patterns.  I’ve used this in many projects from making my own designs to yarn bombing ideas.

The last half of the book contains patterns and the Chameleon Hat is one of the best.  It has instructions for making the hat in the round or flat.  I prefer the “in-the-round” version because there won’t be a seam showing.  So if you get the chance, get this book and try this pattern.

What books do you have in your library?  Do you collect reference books for knitting?  What projects have you made from your books?  Leave your comments below.

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