Free patterns available.
Knit and Crochet patterns are found at the Lion Brand Yarn website, and also 4crocheters has both type of patterns:
They have many knit and crochet patterns, plus knit & crochet lessons right on line.
This is a great site for many Crochet patterns:
Cloth hat patterns:
You need to go to the maker's site for pdf pattern shown. There are two ways to put on the tie together.
Nominal price for chemo hat patterns:
Helen Littrell has made and donated, mostly to Southern Oregon, over 4,000 of these chemo hat patterns that are the kerchief type, yet closed in at back with elastic. The patterns are very reasonable. Ginny has made about 1,000 or more of them, mostly from the Cover pattern. Easy and so comfortable for the patients. They take approximately 1/2 yard of fabric. Hint: For the brim lining, Ginny uses fusible innerfacing. Works great.
From Chuck's Hats For Chemo, Susan Brunner has formed The Hat Ladies after contacting Ginny. What a marvelous job she has done. This is her website; so stop by for a visit:
Cleaning for a Reason
"NOTE: This service may not be available in all locations."
Two breast cancer organizations who are very good:
Turning a cancer tragedy into helping chidlren with cancer and serious illnesses in Northern CA. Visit the site.
A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO ETHEL TAYLOR, who for years has run a special page on her website about Chuck's Hats For Chemo, with a link for my email. Her website is about Kiowas Co. and the State of Oklahoma, where so many of Chuck's family died in a tornado in 1905 at Snyder. Maybe you would enjoy visiting her site, read more about the tornado and Chuck's family. The website is very interesting and informative. Thanks, Ethel!