TUCSON (KGUN9-TV) -- As final preparations are underway for Inauguration Day, a Tucson mom is doing some prepping of her own.
Each stitch in Amanda Tronsdal's pink caps are knit with love. Tronsdal made them in preparation for the Women's March on Washington.
"I don't feel like it's an anti-Trump rally for me," Tronsdal said. "It's a let's get together, and get our voices heard, rally behind people with like ideas and do something different."
Tronsdal knit seven hats, inspired by the Pussyhat Project which went viral across the country. The goal is to make a visual statement while marching and representing women's rights. The name is also a play on words referencing the now infamous comments President-elect Donald Trump made in a leaked recording from 2005.
"It's a way to unify everybody. One it had the potential to be cold and knitting for me, each stitch I surround with compassion for love for whomever I'm knitting for," Tronsdal said.