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Ribbed band: Work in the round in double rib (k2, p2) for 1 inch.
Crown: Seed stitch until piece measure approximately 5.25inches from the bottom.
Round 1: *K2tog, (p1, k1)x2, p2tog* repeat around.
Round 2: *P1, K1* repeat around
Round 3: *P2tog, k1, p1, K2tog* repeat around
Round 4: *K1, P1* repeat around
Round 5: *K2tog, p2tog* repeat around
Round 6: *P1, K1* repeat around
Round 7: *P2tog, K2tog* repeat around
Cut tail and sew through remaining stitches. Attach flower, weave in all loose ends and block lightly if desired.
As I have mentioned before, I have a little sister who died of leukemia a few months ago at age 3 and it got me thinking that this little hat would make a wonderful "chemo cap" for young toddlers with cancer. I know I'll be making a few for that purpose in memory of my sweet angel sister! If you are interested if donating hats for cancer patients, you can do so at Knots of Love, Halos of Hope, or other similar foundations. And there is always the option of finding a local hospital to donate to as well! I know my little sister loved new hats, so I promise your efforts would not go unappreciated!
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