Chemo Cap for a Dear Lady

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My friend Lois had begun chemo for lymphoma. What better way to pray for her than to knit and pray a chemo cap? This is the first time I've used this pattern with its simple yet striking stitches. It's a two-row repeat, quick and easy. I used "I Love This Yarn" from stash and size 8 and 10 needles. The pattern is at

I've just begun reading The Millionaires by Brad Meltzer and hope the characterizations move away from being cartoonish. Here's hoping the story of moving millions into the wrong pockets will soon pull me into the action. We'll see.

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Victoria said...

A beautiful, cheerful color for your friend! Warm prayers for recovery for your friend!

Minding My Own Stitches said...

Looks like a very practical hat. Hopefully your friend can take comfort in the love in every stitch!

Nik said...

My first book of the year is "Your Oasis on Flame Lake", by Laura Landvik. I got the book from a charity book sale at my job a few months ago and thought it was about time I started reading it. I'm only a few pages into it, but I like it so far.