Friday, September 9, 2011

American Cancer Society Resource Center

We recently donated about 100 caps to a cancer resource center in the east valley. The latest project is head scarves and we will be donating those later this month.

You can always find information and ways to donate at

Wednesday, August 27, 2008

If you want to donate a hat...

We have had lots of inquiries about donating hats. You can just make them at your own pace, we have no goal to meet. If you want to send them to me, you can e-mail me at and I will be glad to give you delivery information so they will get to an appropriate chemotherapy treatment center.

Thank you again!!!

Wednesday, September 12, 2007

What is this?

This is a very simple blog. I have joined the Head Huggers group. It's pretty simple. This is from Sue's website.

"A while back, I met a wonderful woman who happened to be going through the experience of chemotherapy.... I decided to knit her a warm, soft cap....Then, realizing there are a lot of folks out there with cold heads as a result of chemotherapy or other medical treatments, I decided to do more.... My plan is to distribute the caps to hospitals, oncology offices, hospices, etc. so that they can more readily be available to those who have lost their hair due to chemotherapy, etc. But to make it work, I need volunteers to help with the production. Won't you consider joining me?"

And so join her, I did. All I need is more yarn and other volunteers. If you are interested in making your TV watchng time productive and giving a little to those who need it so much, contact me, leave a comment below with your e-mail and I will contact you.

Saturday, September 1, 2007

More patterns

There are lots of patterns, knit and crochet. Here is a link to all of Sue's patterns. If you want to donate a hat, e-mail me and we can make arrangements. If you just want to donate yarn, e-mail me and we can make arrangements. Every hat will be tagged and delivered to an appropriate treatment center.

My e-mail address is