Tuesday, August 3, 2010


While Hagen was visiting me this summer he knit a few hats for community service hours. The Oakridge School in Arlington, Texas requires that a student complete at least 70 hours of community service to graduate. Since I am a knitter and my son knows how to knit, he knit hats. We originally were going to donate them to the Salvation Army of Sacramento homeless shelter but a call was put out for hats from a customer of Filati Fine Yarns in Rocklin, California to make hats for the people of New Guinea. This is a compilation of hats Hagen did and that I had in my stash.

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