A Hat For That

Photos by Jacob Wiegand/The Herald
Jasper Public Library employees Jill Watson and Jenna Steltenpohl, both of Jasper, crafted attire for use in the library’s “Need a Hat, Take a Hat” basket at a knit-a-thon event Saturday at the library. Watson said some of the hats in the basket are store-bought but most are handmade. “If you need a hat, take a hat,” she said. “You don’t have to pay for it.” Watson said the program, in its second year, will likely start in November once the weather turns colder.
Supplies for use in a knit-a-thon event Saturday at the Jasper Public Library.
Jasper Public Library employees Jenna Steltenpohl and Erin Doyle, both of Jasper, prepared to craft attire for use in the library's "Need a Hat, Take a Hat" program Saturday at a knit-a-thon event at the library.



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