In the ministry group I am in, we have been focusing on how to help those who are less fortunate and to use the talents we have been given. It is the best of both worlds to combine the two so I thought it would be fun to make hats for the homeless.
As most of my friends do not knit I figured the pattern must be very simple. What can be simpler than a square? Thus, the Squares of Warmth Hat was born!
The pattern is made up of two squares sewn together.
17 1/2 stitches and 30 rows = 4 inches
100 yards of Worsted weight
I got started crafting as a child when my grandmother taught me to crochet. I then learned to sew from my mother. I now have learned to knit, weave and spin.