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Making a Scarf for Someone Having Chemo

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Many cancer patients choose to wear a cap or scarf during treatment rather than a wig. This is a guide about making a scarf for someone having chemo.
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January 18, 2008

I am looking for a pattern for a kind of scarf for my boyfriend's mom. She will be starting chemo on Monday. She hates wigs and she has seen these scarves, she said they are a triangle, with a head band and you can tie it if you want. They are made out of material.

Diana from Highland, MI

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January 18, 20080 found this helpful

Try this website: http://www.fmfc  /haircover.html. There is a pattern for a triangle scarf as well as several other head coverings.

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January 20, 20080 found this helpful

I have 3 great links for you! ... I myself was just researching what dimensions to sew myself a scarf (for bad hair days) when I found these wonderful sites. (Most rectangular scarves are about 14" x 60" long, but the size can vary quite a bit!) Here are the sites:

This site shows you a dozen different ways you can wrap & wear a scarf:
* just click on the picture you're interested in & directions will pop up:

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http://www.tzni  cgi-bin/tying.pl

Scarf "Gripper" to hold a scarf on a bald head to stop slippage ($5.99):
http://www.head  arves-and-bangs/

Here's a bunch of scarves you can look at to get ideas & measurements from:
http://simplyscarves.com/

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By sherry (Guest Post)
January 23, 20080 found this helpful

Try the crafster.org site. They have a site "crafting for good" that lists several things you can make for mommas in chemo. Her local cancer support group would be an excellent place to contact also.

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January 24, 20080 found this helpful

i am from michigan to try the local value worlds they used to be called value village..its a thrift store i have seen those in there before..you can buy one for under 2 dollars..cherie

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