woolly hats for innocent

It was at the Frankfurt YarnCamp when I saw innocent‘s little brochures, asking for wooly hats, first. (Before that, I didin’t even know innocent existed, not to mention they care about people – but that’s another story). And it was love at first sight!

The idea is to sell those little hats with innocent’s smoothies. For every woolly hat sold, they make a donation to support the elderly and old, who are cold in winter, lonely and isolated.

So far, 11.965 hats were knitted in Germany this year. Quite a few of them are real masterpieces! Second only to the amazing hats knitted by people in Great Britain.

So last weekend my mom and I would knit little woolly hats for innocent too. Rather hands-on than design, made of bits and pieces of stash, my mom would knit each basic hat and I would weave in the ends and take care of extras like pom-poms, flowers, and the like. You know how much I like to make flowers🙂. At the end of the day, there were 31 hats.

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For those of you who would like to join in (please do!!) – deadline is December 1, 2013; please see the (German) innocent homepage for more information (requirements, patterns, ideas) or watch the (English) film.

I need to go to the post office now to mail those hats🙂

4 thoughts on “woolly hats for innocent

  1. Liebe Carina, ich finde die Hüte ja zuckersüß und die Blümchen dran….was für eine süße Idee! Überhaupt ist das eine tolle Aktion.
    Schade, daß Du immer nur englisch schreibst…das ist anstrengend zu lesen😉. Die Übersetzung ist nämlich nicht wirklich hilfreich: “So am letzten Wochenende meine Mutter und ich würde wenig Wollmützen für unschuldig zu stricken.” *lach*.
    Ganz liebe Grüße Tina

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      • Ich habe irgendwie geahnt das Du das sagst :-)! Mal Schauen…mein Mann will nämlich noch ein paar Socken und bei der Decke soll es ja diese Woche noch anziehen…..
        Liebe Grüße Tina

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  2. Pingback: Das Große Stricken | häkelmonster.de

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