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Thread: Chemo-scraf pattern that you ladies helped me find

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    Smile Chemo-scraf pattern that you ladies helped me find

    Hello out there. I did get the pattern for the chemo scraf and made two of them. I sorry I didn't take pictures of the frist one but I did take pictures of the second one which I got done today. It did take me sometime for the frist one, however, the one I made today went really well for me. I gave the frist one to my friend yesterday and will get this one to her this week. She lliked the frist one and I know she will love this one because I showed her the material and she loved it. So I thank you all that has helped me do this for her. Thank you.
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    oh how nice that is. my step dtr is just staring chemo. is there a link to that? just in case it's needed.

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    That is such a nice thing you did for your friend I bet she will appreciate having more than one

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    I got it from www.daydreambelievers.net. you get into that site and click on Tutorials. Over to the right you will see Chemo Cap-Head Scarf Tutorial. Someone on this site directed me to this site for this pattern. And, I Thank them again for the info. Have a good day and Thank you all for you kind words and thoughts.

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    ​Very nice cap and such a nice thing to do for a friend.

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    What type of faabric did you use? All cotton? Thanks for the link. I'm going to check it out and try to make one for a friend going through treatment right now.
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    I used light weight jersey knit. when using light weight jersey you do not need to sew the edges because it does not unravle. As you can see I didn't use the Ribbed Knit fabric for the band I just used the jersey and pieced it together to make the band. I made sure the strecth was going the right way! Have a good day.

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    You are a great friend and that hot pink is sure to lift her spirits!

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    You did a great job...I'm sure she will love it

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