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PHOTOS: Katie Is Getting Ready For Winter And Her Hats Are Back!

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KHQ.COM - KHQ Local News Reporter Katie Steiner was reorganizing her hats and thought she would share them with us! She makes most of her hats, with help from one of her friends.

Sean's desk was the temporary place for her collection, but then she moved them into drawers…organized by color of course! Take a look, and be sure to comment on your favorite hat!

Also, many people have asked her if they can get one as well! She doesn't sell them, but her friend does.

If you want to buy a hat (they go for around 20 bucks) email Shannon at shannonsfashionhats@gmail.com

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