Crochet a Hat for Charity

There are many articles listing charities that take crocheted items, and there are many worthy charities. However, I've decided to focus on making hats. For any charity, use a crochet stitch to produce a tighter fabric. Hats should always be handmade, new, and free from smoke and pet hair. As Red Heart says, "make sure …

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FO 2013 Q4

My first ever "frogged" project (rip it, rip it): the hat just didn't work with the selected yarn. Two more hats for charity completed. 417 Timba Hat — FROGGED 418 Autumn Slouch 419 Alex Beanie with Surface Braid

FO 2013 Q2

Trying out new techniques: crochet ribbing, triangles from the center out, squares from the center out, and mitts. 406 Red and Black Slouch Hat 407 Soft Washcloth (Sage and Cream) 408 Seed Stitch Square Washcloth 409 Scott Pilgrim Slouch Hat 410 Confetti Shawl (given to a friend) 411 Challenge Mitts (donated to a silent auction) …

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FO 2013 Q1

In this quarter, there are chemo hats for a friend, as well as baby hats for newborns. The kitty hats are for 5-year-old twin girls. The felted slippers are for my brother. 394 Cotton Beanie 395 Baby Beanie 396 TechnoLace Hat 397 Reversible Rib Hat 398 Baby Bear Hat 399 Felted Slippers - Gray and …

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