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Sunday, October 18, 2015

Knitted Hats from Puerto Rico

Look at these awesome hats!  These are knit double which makes for a super nice warm hat and coordinating brim. Thank you DaMaris from Puerto Rico.  They could also be reversible.  DaMaris knits them half and half...colorwise, like a tube then gathers the ends.  She used a Turbo round knitter for these.  I've not seen the machine in person, but would love to have one.  Thanks also DaMaris for taking the time to tag...sizing is so very helpful.

She's also included a pair slippers in her thoughtful donation.

Please keep up the good work.

2015 DONATIONS:
Hats: 356+13=369
Scarves 150
Mittens/Gloves/Wrist Warmers: 84
Slippers: 67+6=68
Rain Poncho's:  105
Cotton Washcloths: 346
Afghans: 21
Socks: 201
Cowls/Hoody Combo's/ 17
Shawls 2
Misc: items like personal care and things don't fit into above categories aren't counted

All donations regardless of size and number are valued. All donations are appreciated. The Power of One is awesome, and when we work together The Power of One becomes The Power of Many.

5 comments:

  1. Love the colors and They look so warm.

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  2. Oh this will be warm if they are double knitted. I love the blue one at the top and the purple on next to it

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  3. Wonderful donation Damaris! Double knitted hats would be very warm. I love that idea. It is also a nice selection of colors, something for everyone.

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    1. My pleasure as I'm sure is true of the other commentors Damairs.

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