Tuesday, February 9, 2016

120 Scarves and Hats


I missed an original milestone I had set for myself. I wanted to make and donate 100 headcoverings  with my free chemo scarf pattern and see if I would want to continue from there. I missed the 100 scarf and hat mark and I still have a bunch of material left. I guess I must have hoarding tendencies when it comes to fabric and I will always find an excuse to purchase more. In the last batch of pre tied chemo scarves and hats I got really bored while sewing with solids. The hats were a bit more fun but I am still not quite happy how they are turning out. My free chemo scarf pattern can be found here Scarf Pattern . My free chemo hat pattern is here  Hat Pattern, tutorial for sewing is here Chemo Hat tutorial.
FREE PATTERNS here if you answer a question in the comments PLAGIARISM







This is an easy one piece pattern for pretied chemo bandanna. Free tutorial and sewing pattern for chemo hat that looks like a scarf. Free sewing pattern for chemo scarf that wears like a chemo cap. Easy free sewing pattern for chemo cap that looks like a scarf.

15 comments:

Brooklyn H said...

How do I make these?

Brooklyn H said...

How do I make these?

Domestic Godess said...

The pattern and tutorial for the scarf start here http://snipriphooray.blogspot.com/2014/09/free-pattern-and-tutorial-for-no-tie.html
The pattern and tutorial for the hat is here http://snipriphooray.blogspot.com/2016/04/hat-sewing-tutorial.html

Unknown said...

Thank you so much I am going through chemo atm and I am rocking the scarves but sometimes I just need to put something on and not faff about , I will give your patterns a go

Lisa M McDowell said...

I am in the process of making this for a friend. I am stuck on part 3 of the instructions where the gathering line is marked on the fabric. I marked the gathering line. I folded the scarf at the center. Do I stitch around the gathering line? I see that the hemmed edge is to be 10" however I just can't see in my head how it fits the head. Help please?!? Lisa

Domestic Godess said...

If you have gathered the half circle to about 10" you should have the same as in the top picture on Part 4 http://snipriphooray.blogspot.com/2014/09/part-4-of-no-tie-chemo-scarf.html

Then you attach the elastic and the gathered area will get even smaller.

Let me know if you have any more problems.

Carey Jane Clark said...

Is it true that the pattern is no longer available anywhere? I will gladly pay. Looking for one for a young girl who had to have her head shaved for surgery.

Domestic Godess said...

Carey - you can not purchase the pattern, but you can get it for free if you answer a question http://snipriphooray.blogspot.com/2017/06/plagiarism.html
I don't need the $2.50 and apparently nor does the cancer reasearch.

JayTee said...

the caps are so cute...Iwould like to make some for me (just have started chemo)

Domestic Godess said...

Jay Tee - answer a question about plagiarism with your email under the post http://snipriphooray.blogspot.com/2017/06/plagiarism.html?showComment=1503931953070#c5703147730258329701 . I will delete your email once I have emailed the pattern. Best of luck for your chemo!

nanagus5 said...

My daughter's friend was just diagnosed with breast cancer and asked if I'd make her some hats as she will be starting chemo. I love these stylish and unique ones on this site!! Something she would be feel pretty in.

Vivendo e aprendendo said...

How do I get the patterns? Thank you.

Domestic Godess said...

Vivendo e aprendendo try these patterns https://snipriphooray.blogspot.com/2017/09/substitute-patterns.html

vera grammond said...

I am looking for a pattern for a chemo scarf and scrunchie to make for a friend

Unknown said...

How do I make these?