More Big Girl Knits, About the No-Gap Wrap Pullover
We love clever, and this sweater is clever.
Interweave Knits Summer 2007, about the Lutea Lace-Shoulder Shell:
...what appears at first glance to be a standard tank top knitted in flat pieces turns out on closer inspection to be an ingenious piece of three-dimensional sculpture.
- Pam Allen, Editor in Chief, Interweave Knits
Vogue Knitting Holiday 2009, about the Vine & Leaf Beret, Cover Project, Vogue Knitting Fall 2009:
Angela Hahn's vine-and-leaf lace hat from our Fall 2009 issue is showing up all over the web in myriad colors and textures, each as beautiful as the next.
-Trisha Malcolm, Editorial Director
From Brave New Knits
[Angela's] work has consistently been strong; the designs are traditional but contemporary in silhouette, highly wearable, and, because of her intriguing stitch pattern choices, fun to knit. The iconic Hahn design for me is the Wakame Lace Tunic...-- it's strikingly feminine and modern.
-Lisa Shroyer, senior editor at Interweave Knits
From Vogue Knitting Early Fall 2011, "Very New Very Vogue" section, about the Cambia Capelet:
The Cambia Capelet...is a simple shape with a fun twist: a reversible cable pattern that looks great from both sides. Wear this versatile piece over one or both shoulders, right side or wrong side, or even as a skirt.
With its sleek fit, lace yoke and cropped length, this beautiful top will be interesting to knit and keep you looking foxy on a summer day! We love Angela Hahn's use of shaping and texture in her designs, and 'Katama' is a great addtiton to her growing collection of knitwear.
From mycentraljersey.com, May 14, 2014:
Angela Hahn has a lovely body of work, published in Vogue Knitting, Interweave Knits, Twist Collective and elsewhere, including her own website. And the designs don't all look alike, either.
-from interview by Pamela MacKenzie