Sew Giving January: Winter Hats

The Sew Giving project for December (2013) and January (2014) was to make polar fleece hats to donate to the lunch program at St. Catherine of Siena Parish in Denver. St. Catherine's has a small food bank and offers lunch sacks to those in need of a meal. The weather in Colorado is always changing and while most days are sunny with beautiful blue skies, there are many frigid days during the winter. Those that ask for food are also in need of warm coats, hats, and gloves. We hope that the hats that were so lovingly made by Sew You Studio will give warmth of body and heart to each person that receives a hat.


The fabric that we used for the hats was generously donated by Jesi of Hip Violet. Thank you, Jesi! These fleece hats were a great project for our young sewers and beginners too! They are simple and quick to make and don't require much fabric. Speaking of fabric, we will gladly accept your fabric and thread donations for future Sew Giving projects! (Cotton, flannel, and fleece are ideal fabrics.) Contact Claudia if you have a donation or questions about Sew Giving.

So thankful to share of our time, our talent, and our gifts!