Knitting for Wool Aid

Since November I've been knitting like a maniac for Wool Aid.* I had so many odd balls of yarn laying around and I figured the best way to use them was to just knit away at little projects; mostly hats because once I started I just couldn't stop again. The fact that the knitted goods will keep little ones warm in the cold climates was an added bonus.

//Hat from Malte's Winter Kit. I added a pompom.
//Capucine bonnet

//Earflap hats my own improvised pattern.

*Wool-Aid is a community of knitters and crocheters who create warm woolen garments for children who live in the coldest climates and have the least access to resources. 


  1. WOW...incredible work.
    And take a look in a pattern for hat with earflaps, is in spanish but could easily understand.

  2. this is a great way to use up leftover yarn (besides, it makes gorgeous photos! :))

  3. These are absolutely beautiful! Well done! I especially love the blue, black, and white one. You are very talented indeed. :)