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« on: November 16, 2008 09:27:46 PM »

This year, I have decided to do some charity knitting.  This is my first chemo cap.  I used a very soft green yarn and some black eyelash yarn.  I did a simple lace pattern on the hat and then thought that maybe a chemo patient would not like the lacey holes; but when I tried it on, I did not think the lace was very obvious.  What do you think??


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Close-up of the lace pattern.  Sorry about the bad picture Sad
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« Reply #1 on: November 16, 2008 10:28:44 PM »

I bow before you - doing lace work with that sort of yarn. I usually keep to garter stitch when I am battling all the fuzzies of eyelash/fun fur yarn.

Truth be told, lace and other stitch patterns do not show up well with eyelash/fun fur yarn. So it's not really worth the effort.
On the other hand, perhaps the chemo patient will  appreciate "the hidden" lacework.

Happy knitting,
Janey (Janey2 on craftster)



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loca4crafts
« Reply #2 on: November 17, 2008 06:17:04 PM »

Thank you Smiley
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