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Thread: Needing a scarf wrap for cancer patient

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    Senior Member spinnergs's Avatar
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    Hi, I need a pattern for a scarf for the head wrap of my aunt going thru chemo. I have worked over the web but just come up with ones of fleece and knit / crochet only. The one I want probably has a bit of batting in the front and ties in the back. Maybe even like a bikers one. Thanks in Missouri.

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    Super Member ghostrider's Avatar
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    I found a couple that would work with batting and ties.
    http://www.headhuggers.org/patterns/spatt09.htm
    http://sewabout.home.att.net/ChemoHat.pdf (this is the pattern for the one pictured on the above site)
    http://www.headhuggers.org/patterns/spatt10.htm

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    Super Member Moonpi's Avatar
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    Did you check Nancy Zieman's site? She had a similar pattern up there at one time. Here is a fleece one

    http://sewing.about.com/library/weekly/aa020900a.htm

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    Senior Member spinnergs's Avatar
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    Thank you for the information, did check those sites but have decided to just make one up and see from there. Thanks everyone

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    Super Member Harmony's Avatar
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    I just made 4 of the headhuggers scarf for a friend going through chemo. I liked them because they're reversible, which doubles your choices on what to wear! She seemed very pleased with them, and they went together fairly quickly, at least after the first one--i'll admit, that one gave me a little trouble until I figured out how it went together, but if you're a more experienced seamstress it probably won't even be a challenge for you!

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