It has been cold so far this winter, here in the Pacific Northwest - the upper left corner of Washington State. Not as cold as some - and we've had two fairly good size snow storms for our area - and the snow has lasted for weeks, with very cold temperatures.
Each night when I snuggle in my warm and cozy bed I think about the homeless - wondering how they keep warm. I've met several wonderful homeless people - their stories are sad - but they themselves seem to have a good outlook.
I wanted to do something during these cold days - for the homeless and low income - crocheted hats - that's just the thing. I had a big bin of yarn so I started.
I love the way the variegated yarn works up - such pretty stripes.
I finished up all the yarn I had - and then others began giving me yarn to crochet more hats
Some solids for those who like solids colors.
Even enough yarn left to make a tiny hat for a baby.
It has been a great project - I'm still crocheting and just finished hat number 90. I have yarn left and I'll crochet until it is gone and then get more.
I'd love to hear what charitable projects you are involved in. We each can do our part - no matter how small. A happy week ahead to all of you dear folks.