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jayashiangel
« on: March 26, 2012 03:14:02 PM »

An employee at work underwent chemo therapy she had lost some hair making it very thin looking on top as well as stringy at times..I have created a few different styles of hats plus a few in different colors at her request....This is what I have whipped up so far she is happen with them...



Multicolored made with sugar and cream cotton using a H hook for the first several rows then the last 3-4 rows I did with a F hook to tighten up the hat so I didn't have to use elastic.



Brown made with brown sugar and cream using a H hook for the first several rows then the last 3-4 rows I did with a F hook to tighten up the hat so I didn't have to use elastic.



Red made with hobby lobby acrylic I love this yarn using a H hook for the first several rows then the last 3-4 rows I did with a F hook to tighten up the hat so I didn't have to use elastic.



Very dark purple made with hobby lobby cotton using a H hook for the first several rows then the last 3-4 rows I did with a F hook to tighten up the hat so I didn't have to use elastic.



The ruffle hat is made with sugar and cream yarn using an H hook how every it called for an I but it was too big so I redid it using the H hook.



The bucket style hat is made with sugar and cream yarn using an H hook how every it called for an I but it was too big so redid it using the H hook..



The Granny style hat is made with sugar and cream yarn using an H hook but it was still too big when finished but can easily be fixed by changing the number if rows I created so I ripped it out and redid it
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« Reply #1 on: March 26, 2012 05:44:05 PM »

that's a lot of hats!  how awesome of you to make her so many!  Did the first one pool like that on it's own?  If so, it's pretty neat!
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« Reply #2 on: April 01, 2012 09:08:11 AM »

I really like these hats.  The first and the fifth are my favorites.  Did you get the pattern from the net?  I made a couple with the bill but they come out crooked for some reason even with plastic canvas. 
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