After a long hiatus, we are back! Please continue to knit and crochet your beautiful care caps and send them to us. The hats were a huge hit last winter thanks to all of our wonderful volunteers.
All styles are sizes are welcome. Please email email@example.com for our delivery address. Thanks!
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Our latest batch of hats was just received at CHOP and I received this lovely email this morning from my contact there.
We received the shipment of beautiful hats yesterday! Thank you so much as always for your kindness and generosity~ We appreciate these hats so much! The kids had a ball picking out which one they would like to have yesterday afternoon!
I’m so happy about this! What we’re doing is truly making a difference!
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I am back and ready for a brand new season of super cute hat-making.
I got a few emails over the last couple of weeks from people interested in donating hats. I feel so grateful to have people interested in this charity, because without your help, my efforts would be lost. So thank you for your eagerness to give a gift to a little person who will treasure it.
Susan B. Anderson (yes, the author of Itty-Bitty Hats, Itty-Bitty Toys, etc.) co-hosted a knit along with me in her Itty-Bitty Knits group on Ravelry in September. Susan was so sweet and excited to find a hat charity – and, the kind members of the group shared her interest. I have already received over a dozen beautifully handmade hats, and I anticipate more.
from ravelry ID: "plynn" in Illinois
from ravelry ID: "amysamin" in Israel
from ravelry ID: "plashus" in North Carolina
from ravelry ID: "smozerose" in Virginia
Aren’t they all just gorgeous? Thank you to all of the people who donated their time and energy to make these hats, and to Susan, who I’ve always been a huge fan of, for giving me the opportunity to spread the love to these children.
I will be sending them all to CHOP this Friday, and I cannot wait to turn them over to the kiddies. I think this winter is going to be special.
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