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Thursday, January 19, 2012

Knitted Hats for the Homeless

The EverReady Bunny is at it again! Look at these adorable hats! All 7 are beautifully knitted, wonderfully soft and just plain awesome. Bunny's done it again. Hats of different sizes and colors to fit a variety of heads. I love the nice stretch with the ribbing, as well as ear tab hat. The little bonnet type style sure takes me back. A hat to truly keep a child warm. Covers the whole head, the ears, and has a tie. Hey Bunny....how many would you suggest casting on for an adult? A small adult...I have pin sized head, but would be interested in making one for myself.

Thank you for your on going support, truly it is appreciated.

2012 Donations:
Hats: 11
Scarves: 4
Slippers: 1
Shawls: 2
Misc Items are not counted individually (such as personal care items, headbands, yarn, etc)

Please review the tabs at the top of the blog for requirements for size and color for hats, scarves, mittens, slippers, and squares. Patterns are also available

All donations regardless of size and number are valued. All donations are appreciated, and all donations keep someone warm. We help, one stitch at a time. YOU truly DO make a difference. THANK YOU!

5 comments:

  1. Off to a great start with donations.

    I got the pattern in Ravelry. I'm sure they have an adult pattern. I used to have a green one as a kid and loved it.

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  2. Great Bunny, thanks for the follow up. I'll look around over on Rav.

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  3. Great way to get the year started Bunny! The hats all look so warm! I really like that you have such a variety of sizes and styles - great work.

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  4. Nice Hats......I see these hats with the ribbing over and over. Are they hard to learn to knit...for a beginner? They look very warm and sturdy.

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  5. The ribbing is: k2, P2 to end of row. Next row start with K2, P2 again and do that for as many inches as the pattern calls for. Very easy.

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