Every year, the TOM BIHN Ravelry group knits wearable gifts for our crew. Some years the wearables have been scarves or gloves, and this year it was hats. We know a thing or two about materials and quality craftsmanship, and we're in awe of what the group makes for us. See for yourself below; we've photographed each and every hat that was sent to us.
From all of us here at TOM BIHN to the TB Ravelry Group: thank you! The wearables you make for us are a big part of our annual holiday party, and everyone looks forward to choosing an item. Special thanks goes to Annie, a knitter and Ravelry member local to Seattle who coordinates the whole effort and delivers the knitted items. (Annie is also the person who knitted G.I. Joe's hat -- see below.)
Even the replica of Tom's first G.I. Joe got his very own hat.
Want to see previous years knitted wearables?
Kaz - November 19, 2019
Love the creative variety. The Revelry folk are certainly a talented bunch! Such a lovely tradition. (And for some fun trivia, here in Australia, a knitted hat is generally referred to as a ‘beanie,’ whereas brimmed headwear, whether for mustering, school, the beach or the races, is a ‘hat.’ )