All knitters have that annoying collection of single skeins of yarn, leftovers from projects, friends' cast offs, skeins we bought with no idea of what to do with them. Once you start to work in the yarn business you get even more. At every event companies press skeins of yarn into your hands.
My sock yarn scrap blanket has been my movie theater knitting project for years now. But it is too big to take with me anymore. It's just unwieldy and I have have nearly run out of yarn for the project. It will have to wait until I knit more socks. In the meantime I need projects to knit in the dark.
It's time to knit up all these oddballs into hats for charity. The only trick is getting the bottom ribbing done before the lights go down. I tried to get a few ready on the needles.
This is Louet Riverstone. I made it generously-sized. I think it will make a great warm hat for a man.
I won this skein of SWS at a knitting fundraiser earlier this year. I hope it will keep a child warm this winter.
These were just the first few stray skeins I found. There are probably enough to knit dozens of hats.