Deck your cats out in hats that suit their many personalities With The Punk Mohawk for edgier cats, The Unicorn for cats who are having identity issues, and The Cat in the Hat for any cat that loves great literature, there is a pattern in this book for every feline friend in your home.Read more...
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Deck your cats out in hats that suit their many personalities With The Punk Mohawk for edgier cats, The Unicorn for cats who are having identity issues, and The Cat in the Hat for any cat that loves great literature, there is a pattern in this book for every feline friend in your home. Complete with a breakdown of skill level and method of working (knit or crochet), suggestions for yarns, and written patterns and charts where necessary, you'll be able to whip up amazing headwear, whatever your cat's character. With the adorable color photos and helpful illustrations throughout, these hat patterns will be both exciting and easy to create. It's fun, it's addictive, and it's deliciously purr-fect from start to finish
- ISBN-13: 9780762456635
- ISBN-10: 0762456639
- Publisher: Running Press Book Publishers
- Publish Date: March 2015
- Page Count: 112
- Dimensions: 9 x 7.1 x 0.6 inches
- Shipping Weight: 0.8 pounds
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2015-02-16
- Reviewer: Staff
As any cat owner will appreciate, the most impressive aspect of this book is that in nearly all the photos of the cats wearing hats, the cats are not visibly angry. Thomas presents some undeniably cute ideas, such as a “Punk Mohawk” hat that turns the wearer into a feline rock musician, and a dinosaur hat with stegosaurus-style spikes. There are seasonal ideas here too, including a pumpkin hat and a bunny. A sense of repetition sets in after a while, though—there’s only so much space to work with on a cat’s head, so the unicorn, shark, party, Santa, and banana hats are essentially the same, just done in different colors. The book has an attractive design, with written patterns (along with a handful of charts) and basic instructions. Thomas also gets points for including knitting and crocheting in the same book, along with guides to the yarns and cats that featured. The natural instinct will be to display this as a joke item, but the book appears to be sincere. Still, how many cats are going to wear these hats willingly? Full-color photographs. (Mar.)