Chemo Hats & Scarfs: 20+ FREE Sewing Patterns

chemo hatsHere's something you may want to make for a friend

Chemo hats and scarfs are essential items for patients dealing with and hopefully recovering from cancer and the chemotherapy treatment that often is the only way to combat this disease.  While according to the National Cancer Insitute, the overall cancer death rates are on the decline, improvements in treatments have meant that the number of cancer survivors has increased greatly.

One of the main tools in combatting many forms of cancer is chemotherapy.  While this treatment saves many lives, it has some very unfortunate side effects.  In addition to severe nausea, headaches, and other side effects, chemotherapy often causes hair loss in patients.  This hair loss just adds to the pain, loss of dignity, and feelings of social disconnection that cancer sufferers often feel.  A chemo hat or scarf is often the only good way to minimize this.

It would be nice if no one ever needed this sort of thing, but unfortunately, that's just not the case.  I'm sure most of us have loved ones or at least know someone who has suffered from cancer.  You can read one of my own stories in the article linked below.

If you know someone battling cancer, a chemo hat or scarf may be a beautiful way to show your support and care.  So here are 20+ free chemo hat patterns and projects that may help you decide on something to make.

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6 Responses to Chemo Hats & Scarfs: 20+ FREE Sewing Patterns

  1. Lesley Taylor says:

    What a lovely idea. My younger sister has needed to wear a chemo hat and will have to again. It will be good to make some for her and others too. Thank you for your kind gift.

  2. Wendi says:

    Pherbia- that is wonderful! Thank you from patients everywhere- kindness such as yours means so much!

  3. Margaret A Kaspar says:

    I am so happy to find these patterns. My niece and I sew for our local hospital cancer centers. I myself have alopectia and make them for myself. Thank you so much.

  4. Charlene K Noland says:

    I love seeing all the free patterns. I have downloaded several of them. Keep up the good work.

  5. Pherbia Stephens says:

    Our sewing group, who sew for the needy, are always looking for patterns to make hats for cancer patients, Thank you for these patterns. Even though I
    am 88 years old I can still sew and thank God I have a place to contribute my
    time and talent.

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