It’s been a while since I updated progress on my Random Hats of Kindness project. It slowed down quite a bit while Mom was in the hospital and later recovering, as well as when I was hitting it hard at the library and my hands were not up to much knitting, but it’s still very much in progress.
I was thrilled to be able to send a box of 25 hats, made over who-knows-how-many-years, to afghans for Afghans in early August. Somehow I didn’t get all of them together for a group photo, but 19 of them cooperated:
I hurried three off the needles to add to the 22 total I had ready to go to make a tidy 25:
And I’ve been working on a few more since then:
By my count, I have knit up
13 16 13 hats for the Random Hats project; number 14 17 14 is on the needles. Only 41 38 41 and a half to go until I reach my goal of 54!
While I knit, I will work on my counting skills. Or maybe not, since that’ll throw me off my knitting. Sigh. It’s always something.