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Keep your little one's head warm!
It's nice to knit for babies because the projects are small and easy to finish (I always have around 4 half-finished knits laying around). The problem is, I'm not planning on having a baby for a reeeeally long time, and I don't know anyone to give this hat to ... they're going to start piling up soon.

Oh, and toque is a Canadian word for a warm knitted hat. It rhymes with spook. :)

Posted by Sarah D from La Cañada Flintridge, California, United States • Published See Sarah D's 31 projects »
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Sarah D
Sarah D · La Cañada Flintridge, California, US · 31 projects
I sent it in a swap! But yeah, I've done some knitting for a charity before, it's a good reason to make things that you want to make but wouldn't use!
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Crystal Granite
Crystal Granite · Rancho Cordova, California, US · 3 projects
Im not sure where you live but in my county there are several childrens hospitals, care homes and mother & child's shelters that will take them. If you do find a place to donate them too you may be able to get a tax deduction for it too. If you would like to donate them but can't find a place just message me and I can tell you some places that can use them.
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