Knit Hats for Breast Cancer Patients
Let's take this opportunity to give a warm, soft hat to someone undergoing chemotherapy, or to an organization that will gift your knitted items to someone who needs them.
If you want help making these cables, you can check out my Cables 101 Video E-Book and learn to make all these cables without a cable needle.
To learn more about Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which is in its 25th year, check out their site. To learn more about where you can donate your knitted caps, visit the great charitable organizations Caps for a Cure or Chemo Caps.
NEW: an infographic all about breast cancer. Thanks, Sarah, for sharing this!
If you found this a helpful reference for knit hats for breast cancer, please !
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