Knitting This Week

6:00 AM

It's Wednesday again and it is time to share yarn and books.  I'm joining with Ginny and every one to share what we've been reading and working on.  Rather than share yet one more post on my socks, sweater, and scarf, this week I'm sharing a finished project!

Last week we had a parent meeting at C's school.  We found out that the school is cooperating with Children's Hospital for the holidays.  One of the items we need is hats for the kids in the oncology department.  So I came home and whipped up this cute little hat!  It was a free pattern on Ravelry and I used stash yarn.  Considering I've been working on the same projects for seems like forever, it was nice to accomplish something!  

If anyone is has some spare knitting time and some stash they'd like to use up consider knitting a hat for charity!  You'll be glad you did! 

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  1. What an adorable hat! I will have to make one for my niece. I love it. I have been doing some charity knitting lately and it is good for the soul.

  2. Super cute! I would love to knit for charity... what a blessing to craft for a cause. Thanks for the inspiration.

  3. The hat looks so sweet Jen, I think the bow is just the right touch. I have been donating to my LYS knitting that is given to our local women's shelter, every little bit helps.

  4. Cute hate. Can you provide the name/link?



      I used bigger needles to make the hat a tad bigger. Super easy and fast.

  5. So cute! And I love that you are donating it!

  6. what a cutie that is!!!! and for such a good knitting really is a blessing.

  7. So adorable!! I love the pattern!

  8. Oh dear, this is such a cute little hat! Very festive and pretty!
    I also really like your header picture :-) georgous!
    Lena x

  9. Aww, what a sweet hat. Donating to charity is always a noble cause.

  10. Beautiful hat and how nice that you are donating it. I know the little girl who gets this hat will feel your love :) :)

  11. That hat is adorable! What a great use of your time!

  12. That's so cute - thanks for sharing it. I'm going to make one for my friends baby using the left over yarn from the baby blanket I just finished :)


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