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14 November 2017, 07:39 | Silvia Roy
Courtesy Advocate Children's Hospital
The American Heart Association is seeking volunteers to help knit or crochet red hats for babies born during the month of February.
The American Heart Association is calling on knitting and crocheting enthusiasts across CT to donate red knit or crocheted infant-sized hats to support the third-annual Little Hats, Big Hearts program.
The project, called Little Hats, Big Hearts, has been created to honour and celebrate babies, mothers and living heart-healthily. Community Medical Hospital is participating in the project. The program aims to raise awareness about heart health and congenital heart defects.
Since the program started in 2014, more than 90,000 hats have been distributed to families in hospitals in 42 states, according to a the AHA website.
Special little heads are going to need tiny hats to keep them warm come February.
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- Baby-sized or preemie-sized red hats that are knitted or crocheted from cotton or acrylic medium- to heavyweight yarn. The program has now expanded to more than 40 states.
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