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One Ball Chemo Cap

By: Joan Fernbach for
One Ball Chemo Cap
One Ball Chemo Cap
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With just one ball of yarn you can make someone in need this One Ball Chemo Cap. You'll love bringing a bit of happiness to people going through tough times. Although this pattern doesn't include a picture, it's an easy pattern to follow along. Your finished hat will be a surprise, but that's what makes the process all the more special! When you're finished, you'll have a beautiful knit hat someone in need will truly appreciate.


Knitting Needle Size9 or 5.5 mm, Double-Pointed Knitting Needles (DPNs)

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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There is a photo of the cap on the pattern site now and its quite cute. The Berocco Chinchilla yarn makes the hat nice and fluffy with good coverage and the big needles mean the work will go quickly. For the question about the circular needle, a 16" circular needle is used for the bulk of the knitting, the double pointed needles are used when you start decreasing the number of stitches to form the crown of the hat. I know my local hospital accepts donations of chemo caps for both children and adults. I suggest checking with your nearest hospitals to see if they have a need for these items

I don't understand about the needles. The pattern says"round needles" but the directions called for d.point needles. Also, a picture is important to know what the hat will look like.

No photo of the cap..... I want to see what it is I'm going to make.. especially if it is for something as important as a chemo cap!

No problem getting to the pattern and no malware warnings ... However, sure would be nice to have a photo of the cap....... I'd like to see what it look likes before I make it!

screw it too much to ngo thru to get pattern

When I tried to go to the one ball chemo cap pattern I received a warning that there may be malware on that site. Don't know if there is or not but my malware software warned me.


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