Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Hat Pattern

Finally drew it and scanned it. You can find the pattern for $2.50 in my Etsy store, all proceeds after the Esty fees will go to a cancer related charity.
You may read here why I had to remove the patterns and why they are no longer free http://snipriphooray.blogspot.com/2017/01/good-deeds-will-not-go-unpunished.html

FREE PATTERNS here if you answer a question in the comments PLAGIARISM

15 comments:

Sarah said...

thanks heaps! let me know when you get instructions up (I'm interested to know how you do the headbands to cover the seams).

Domestic Godess said...

I got the hat and headband instructions up too. The headband is way at the bottom of the post.

Sarah said...

thanks! I'm also interested in the different styles of headbands that you have done; one is a twisted style, one is with flower petals.. also, do you just sew the band on where it's gathered?

sooz said...

thanks so much for this free pattern. I have a friend who is going through chemo at present, and was wearing a grotty old woollen beanie (it sweltering summer weather at the mo...). it was so quick and easy to make, that I've made a couple so she can wash them...

Sarah said...

I agree, thanks again for the pattern, I'm making them for friends who are going through chemo and they really appreciate it. Any chance of putting up a pattern that would fit young girls with smaller heads (ie. age 5-10)? Sadly I know some kids who are going through treatment also, and I'd love to make some of these headscarves in cute and funky fabric for them.

Domestic Godess said...

Good point. I'll try to make a girls pattern after the new year. My own daughter is 5 so I can test it out on her.

Domestic Godess said...

Thank YOU for supporting your friend through tough times!

B said...

Hi there. I was wondering if the chemo hat pattern is still available at all. After losing a brother and sister to different forms of cancer, I now make and donate hats to hospitals. it is hard to find fashionable chemo hat patterns and yours are beautiful. Thank you B.

Unknown said...

I am also wondering if your pattern is still available. Every once in a while our quilting guild makes chemo hats for our local hospital. I would vary much like to use this pattern the next time we make a bunch but am unable to find it. I found the tutorial but not the pattern. Thanks, Marg in Dryden, Ontario, Canada

B said...

Thank you so much. I really appreciate the gesture. I have just emailed you. Kindest regards B xx

dj said...

when will your chemo hat patterns be available again ? i need asap

Domestic Godess said...

I am not sure if I accidentally deleted your email, if you did not receive the pattern try emailing me again.

Mabel Libert said...

Thank you very much for sharing. I have to start chemo and here in Argentina is summer, so the weather is not very good to wear woven caps and there are few places on the internet that offer free material (molds patterns explanations) to make turbans and / or cloth caps .
Again thanks also for dealing with sick people.
(Translated with translator)

Sara said...

My friend just had her first chemo treatment yesterday in hot California. I'd love to buy your pattern so I can make her some cotton hats. I'm knitting one, but they take a lot longer than sewing. Thank you!

Domestic Godess said...

Sara, answer a question with your email in the comments under this post http://snipriphooray.blogspot.com/2017/06/plagiarism.html?showComment=1498010138666#c2087535539978772994 and I will email you the pattern, I'll delete the email once I have sent you the pattern.