Welcome to a Big Knit special webnews // 5th February 2016
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knitted hats on shelves
hats all over the shop
You've run out of milk. Your partner bought Utterly Butterly instead of Clover. You never did get round to picking up that replacement space hopper. There are loads of great reasons to pop down the shops this week, but the most important one is that our smoothies are now donning tiny knitted hats. Yep that's right, the hats you lovely lot have been busy knitting (and crocheting) for the past year have finally hit the shelves and they need new homes. Pick one up now and 25p from each behatted smoothie sold goes straight to Age UK to help keep older people warm in winter. Not only that, they look great atop any animal. Trust us. We've got the photos.
big knit my hat
 
win a big hat
We're modern. We're current. We know about Zoella and emojis and sometimes we say roflcopter if the mood strikes us*. We're also quite partial to a hashtag, so we've come up with a cracker for this year's Big Knit. Simply pick up a behatted smoothie, take a photo with it and post it online using the hashtag #bigknitmyhat. We'll pick our favourites and knit each of the winners a big version that they can actually wear. Squad goals. Kylie Jenner. Hashtag amazeballs. We couldn't be more relevant if we tried.

*we've never said roflcopter
Oliver Bonas hats
 
buy a big hat
The Queen. Pharrell. Matt Cardle. If there's one thing we can learn from these legendary modern icons, it's that no outfit is complete without a large hat. So, we've teamed up with Oliver Bonas to transform six of our favourite little Big Knit hats into life-sized, limited edition, hand-knitted versions for you to wear this winter. Not only will you look good, you'll also be doing good, because £5 from each adult's hat and £3 from each kid's hat sold goes straight to Age UK. Cool hats and warm hearts all round.
team George
 
drinker of the week
In July, George Robinson joined his school's rugby tour in South Africa. While he was out there he sustained a serious spinal injury which completely changed his life. George's family and friends have been working hard to raise the money needed to fund his ongoing care and long term rehabilitation and get him back on track to finish his final year at school. They've come up with some Team George hats, which look splendid (even our cartons have been sporting them). We just wanted to say a massive well done to everyone involved in fundraising and for getting behind such a great cause - we do hope George is feeling better soon.
we're the illest
 
inside fruit towers
A lot of us are ill at the moment. People are limping to work, realising 16 minutes later that their neck is struggling to support the weight of their head, giving up and going home. Some of us are still healthy, but for how long? All we can do is [cough] try to muddle on through and [cough] try our best to stay as healthy [cough] as we [cough] can [lots of coughing]. Oh dear. It's too late for us. Save yourselves.
and finally
miniature photography   spoon art   nothing but fruit
 
   
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