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Chemo Do-Rag (AKA Scarf)

Level of Experience: Beginner Finished size: 13 ½ inches deep X 27 inches deep Materials: 4 oz. Cherry Tree Hill Cotton Boucle (170 yards) One set of 24-inch (or longer) circular needles size 4.5mm (US size 7) or size required to give gauge Gauge in garter stitch: 9 stitches = 2 " Instructions: Cast on 2 stitches. Row 1: Increase 1 in each stitch (4 stitches) Row 2: Slip 1 stitch purlwise, k1, yo, k across remainder of row. Repeat row 2 until piece is desired depth, or until you have 4 yards of yarn left to bind off with. Bind off loosely.

This do-rag is an alternative to a chemo cap for those who live in warmer climates. Although the samples are knit with Cherry Tree Hill Cotton Boucle, the do-rag can be knit with any soft cotton yarn, using whatever size needles the yarn requires.

Shown in colorway Martha's Vineyard

Top do-rag is in colorway Wild Cherry, bottom in Champlain Sunset. © Rae B. Creedle, 2002. All rights reserved. This pattern may be used for your own personal use, for gifts, or for charitable donations. It may not be knit up for sale. You may make printed copies of the pattern for free distribution, but it may not be sold. This pattern may not be posted to any web site without permission. This copyright notice must remain attached to the pattern when distributed in print or in electronic form. Contact: email [email protected] This pattern was downloaded from http://www.thinkingknitter.com

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