Hat #31

Yep, another hat … I’m kind of addicted to them right now and I know they’ll make good recovery projects assuming I can ever get cardiac clearance for my surgery so I’m going to keep on with them for now. This one is Gloria’s knit beanie. Pattern is found free on the Knots of Love site at this link.

I should be looking for a place to get them donated but that’s too much effort right now … so I guess I’ll just transfer them to a larger bin! I know when the time is right, I’ll know where I want them to go.


  1. Hi Mary,
    I am a volunteer with Sunnyvale Auxiliary, which is a part of Sunnyvale Community Services (SCS)which is a non profit agency helping those in need. Our auxiliary sponsors a boutique twice / year selling homemade goods and donating profits to SCS.
    Your hats are beautiful and I can only imagine them selling quickly.
    Please message me if you’d consider donating the hats to SCS.
    Praying for a speedy recovery!

  2. I’m enjoying all your hats.
    Thank you for another year of inspiration and show & tell.
    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

  3. You’re on a roll, and you’re so right – eventually you’ll find just the perfect group to donate them to. And they’ll be appreciated. Merry Christmas!

  4. I like this pattern, each hat will make a difference in someone’s life. I am sure they will feelthe love that went into them.

  5. Love all your hats. The Lakota tribe in South Dakota would use all your hats. I can get the address if you need it. I donate to them monthly.

  6. Yes, you’ve made a beautiful variety of hats, colors, patterns, Mary.

    Hedy, I’d like to have the contact info for the Lakota tribe, that you mentioned.

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