Baby Hats eBook Giveaway!

I am so excited to share this giveaway with all of you lovelies today!  This fabulous ebook, Crochet Baby Hats has 10 super cute crochet baby hat patterns along with color-coded sizing instructions and even video tutorials.  I had a chance to preview the book and each and every hat is completely adorable with clear instruction and lovely photographs.  The author of the book, Annastasia Cruz, has generously given me a copy to give away to one lucky winner!

To learn more about Annastasia, visit her site, My Treasured Heirlooms, or catch up with her on Ravelry and Facebook.

Enter for a chance to win a free ebook below by using the Rafflecopter widget below.  Giveaway is open worldwide and ends 8/20/14 12:00AM EST.

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25 thoughts on “Baby Hats eBook Giveaway!

  1. i would probably make a hat to learn from and to sell….i don't have any kids and don't know anyone with small children

  2. Oh goodness. The cuteness! Either the twisted one or the one with the flower. I have LOTS of little friends to make them for and also do some work for photographers under my alter ego Court is Crafty

  3. They are all just adorable, but I think I love the little pixie bonnet the best and would make it for my god daughter's little girl! Thanks for the chance to win the book..

  4. Love the bear hat with the little ears. All of the lovely hats would be a nice addition to give to my local teen pregnancy centre and shelter. Thanks for hosting the contest!

  5. Wow These Hats look Wonderful… I would like to make more hats for the Church Ministry-Spider Web… used Clothing Shop for free items to who ever needs them… or for Birth Care ( new babies) or give some to the local Hospital for the Children or to The Donahoe Center for the Foster Kids… So many are in need…

  6. You are such a great teacher! I learned how to crochet when I was a kid and never got past the basic chain. I worked through the arugula scarf with your video and now I'm working on a full sized one and am having so much fun. Thank you for taking the time to do these tutorials and give us these patterns!

  7. I would make spiral hats first because I love that pattern. I would make them for my grandchildren and nieces.

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