The winter hat project for 2015 was completed in early December. I usually work on this #charity project by myself throughout the year, but this year, I decided to try something different.
I submitted an article through our neighborhood's newsletter around July of last year enlisting the help of any crocheters and/or knitters in my subdivision. It was a simple request: submit one hat for this project and in December, the hats would be delivered to our local children's shelter. We have 180 homes in our subdivision so I figured we would at least have 1 or 2 other crocheters/knitters who would participate.
I didn't get much of a response but thanks to another gentleman, a knitter, who lives in the neighborhood, I was able to have enough hats for the shelter.
Sometime in late December, I delivered 40 hats (in different sizes)to the children's shelter.
Below is a sample of some of the hats(#crochet & #knit) that went to the children at the shelter.
Now it's time to start working on the winter hat project for 2016.
As always, I thank you for stopping by and visiting. I know that there's a lot of talented crocheters/knitters out there, so please consider donating at least one item to your favorite charity.