Beth’s Hats for Hope
Traveling cables (not crossing cables) is the knit technique, and I don’t have a name for the crochet equivalent, but it’s another “faux” and it’s worked sideways, and is another ribbing technique that ends up looking like knitted traveling cables. So, I guess you could say "faux traveling cables” for crochet.
We would prefer adult size hats for men or women, but kids sizes will be OK too. Emphasis is on warm, washable/easy care, wool is OK, no Angora/mohair/cashmere/alpaca type yarns.
Beth’s sends hats, scarves and mittens during cold weather months to the homeless and working poor in the Worcester area, works with various shelters and agencies to meet specific needs.