Rebecca Hart, owner of Warm ‘n Fuzzy yarn shop in Cary, holds a pile of hand-knitted and crocheted hats to send to a local cancer center. Shop customers participated in a Knit-a-thon and completed 71 hats for those in need. The event was sponsored by Classic Elite Yarns, which donated yarns for the event, and Halos of Hope, an organization dedicated to providing handmade hats to those undergoing cancer treatments."\
Rebecca Hart, owner of Warm ‘n Fuzzy yarn shop in Cary, holds a pile of hand-knitted and crocheted hats to send to a local cancer center. Shop customers participated in a Knit-a-thon and completed 71 hats for those in need. The event was sponsored by Classic Elite Yarns, which donated yarns for the event, and Halos of Hope, an organization dedicated to providing handmade hats to those undergoing cancer treatments."\ CONTRIBUTED BY REBECCA HART
Rebecca Hart, owner of Warm ‘n Fuzzy yarn shop in Cary, holds a pile of hand-knitted and crocheted hats to send to a local cancer center. Shop customers participated in a Knit-a-thon and completed 71 hats for those in need. The event was sponsored by Classic Elite Yarns, which donated yarns for the event, and Halos of Hope, an organization dedicated to providing handmade hats to those undergoing cancer treatments."\ CONTRIBUTED BY REBECCA HART

Community Notes: May 24-30

May 22, 2015 8:00 AM