To show support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, this free pink ribbon hat knitting pattern is offered to make for someone who has lost their hair as a result of chemotherapy. Designed by Carissa Knits, the pattern is worked in six cables that look like the breast cancer awareness pink ribbon with US size 7 double-pointed and circular knitting needles along with worsted weight yarn. See the supporting link to download.
Join the National Football League in support of breast cancer research and awareness with this free hat knitting pattern from Hermione J. Schwartz. You'll need worsted weight yarn in three different shades of pink or in your favorite football team colors along with US size 8 circular or double pointed knitting needles. Knit one for a friend and one to donate to charity. Get the download link below.
Robin Celli from Knitting with Schnapps designed this free easy knitting pattern to commemorate Breast Cancer Awareness Month and the search for a cure to breast cancer. You'll need to know how to work the tulle knit stitch to make the slouchy hat pattern. Medium weight yarn and US size 8 circular knitting needles are required. See the supporting link to download.
Heather Tucker from Mother's Stitchery Projects designed this two for one knitting pattern to make stylish feminine chemo hats with rippled edges. The intermediate knitting pattern requires US size 8 circular and double-pointed knitting needles, and is worked in worsted weight yarn. Download the free knitting pattern below and lend your support to breast cancer awareness and research.
Robin Celli from Delaware Head Huggers designed this chemo hat in memory of a dear friend who lost her fight with breast cancer. The easy free hat knitting pattern is worked in the rose knit stitch with US size 10.5 straight knitting needles and bulky weight yarn. See the supporting link to download.
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