Looking for a hat knitting pattern that goes beyond the realms of the expected? Not only does this Bobcap make a wonderful winter accessory, but its tiny cinch in the middle gives it extra visual appeal and a girly twist. Purposefully designed as a sleeping cap for women going through chemo, this snug hat is the perfect way to stay warm in the winter. This chemo cap is stylish enough to be worn anywhere. Make this adorable hat for all of your best girlfriends this holiday season!


Knitting Needle Size6 or 4 mm, Double-Pointed Knitting Needles (DPNs)

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

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Can you tell me how to print out a free pattern without starting at Page 30 and printing an unending, fine print listing of patterns until the pattern is printed on Page 1..?????

Certainly-when you hit the print button on your computer, it automatically goes into print preview-scroll through print preview and identify which pages you actually want to print-the pages are calculated quite clearly on the right side of the page in print preview. when you know what pages you wish to print-DO NOT HIT THE PRINT BUTTON-it is usually set to "all" by default instead go into the next space down where it gives you the option of identifying pages to print for example it will say print All will be checked, go to the next box down check it and in the space provided put what pages are to be printed 1-4 or 2-3 or whatever pages you need printed-this commands the printer to only print the pages you want. Hope this helps.


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