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November 18, 2008

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Beth
I'd like to send a hat or two if you're still colllecting What address do I send?
Jessica
What is the deadline for this? What yarns are ok to use? Where do I send a hat? thanks
Katy
If you are getting more hats than you feel you can deliver, I'll offer my address as another place to send the hats. I live in Manhattan, so one step of the journey would be eliminated. Let me know what you think. Either way, I'll be working on some hats this week.
billie gordon
I think I can get finish a couple.
Gabrielle H.
I have two hats that I can send as well. Just waitin' for the address :)
Lisa
Please send me the address for the hats. I think I could send a few. Thanks, Lisa drlafall@q.com
Heather Shelton
What is the address? I have some hats in my stash right now!
La Verna
Me too! I am almost done with my holiday knitting and could knit a couple for sure!
ahmcguffin
Really really excellent idea. I've done hats for Salvation Army in Kansas City for years. Acrylic/synthetic. They want yarn that can be machine wash and dry. Salvation Army here in KC will give out one hat a day to anyone who goes in and requests one. Homeless have nothing and usually can't get to facilities to wash clothes. Giving out hats, gloves and scarves with food is just wonderful. I started the habit of knitting plain hats by way of a yarn shop that used to acquire yarn donations. They would provide yarn and a basic pattern for hats. And take the finished hats year round. They used to post a list of those who donated the most each year.
Raye
Jean, I saw this link on Wendy Knits. As Big Apple Knitters Guild has a charity knitting meeting each December, I've posted a link to your website and I'm asking our members to join with you in making items. Please contact me off-line if you'd like to discuss how else we can help. Best regards, Raye Schwartz President Big Apple Knitters Guild
karen
Wool only; mixed? Acrylic? What is best? I'd love to contribute... Karen
Zane
please send mailing address - and I'll pass the word at Knit Knight. My Dad's family is from NY, think this will be part of his hand-made christmas. Thanks.
KimB
I was reading Wendy's blog. Thanksgiving week is a perfect time to knit a few hats and try a pair of mittens. Back at you with the goodies soon. This is wonderful of you to coordiante such a huge effort! There will be many warmer people because of your efforts. Thank you.
Bonney
I have a few hats to go to a good cause; where do I send them?
Linda
Wonderful. Where do I send them?
AnnP
I've got a couple of hats ready to send right now and can add a pair of mittens or two if I set aside my unfinished gnome for a few days. I know first-hand how cold it is in NYC tonight!
kathy
I was reading Norma's blog (who doesn't?) and she directed me to you. What a great idea. I will knit four in honor of my brother and his family who live in NYC.
kathy
I was reading Norma's blog (who doesn't?) and she directed me to you. What a great idea. I will knit four in honor of my brother and his family who live in NYC.
kathy
I was reading Norma's blog (who doesn't?) and she directed me to you. What a great idea. I will knit four in honor of my brother and his family who live in NYC.
kmkat
I am currently on a hat and scarf roll -- I think I can whip out a couple by mid-December. Where do we sent them?
Jennifer
OMG - that's such a noble cause. Count me in. Plus, I'd love to help you deliver them. Just let me know the date. I'd better get busy knitting some hats. I'll contribute some Knit Notes as prizes, too. I'll email you a photo offline.
Norma
I will, I will! I can definitely get one or two done by mid-November.
Kim
I am happy to add a few skeins of yarn into the prize kitty and knit a hat too :)
Cookie
Sign me up!
Kathy
I'm in! Perfect timing, with my hat phase! ;-) Would you pop your address into an email.

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