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The Hats Knitted for the TOM BIHN Crew

Hats knitted by the TOM BIHN Ravelry group for the TOM BIHN Crew

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.)

Hand-knitted hats for the TOM BIHN crew made by the TOM BIHN Ravelry Group

Hand-knitted hats for the TOM BIHN crew made by the TOM BIHN Ravelry Group
Even the replica of Tom's first G.I. Joe got his very own hat.

TOM BIHN Bags Holiday Party 2017

TOM BIHN Bags Holiday Party 2017

TOM BIHN Bags Holiday Party 2017

TOM BIHN Bags Holiday Party 2017

TOM BIHN Bags Holiday Party 2017

TOM BIHN Bags Holiday Party 2017

Want to see previous years knitted wearables?

2016
2015
2014

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  • Kaz

    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.’ )

  • G42

    What a lovely tradition! Makes me want to learn how to knit :)

  • Luise Erdmann

    Impressive — and inspiring — hats. Thanks so much for posting.

  • Tracy

    Beautiful! Made my day. Enjoy, you wonderful people.

  • Beth C

    Wonderful!

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