This is Paige, in her Knots of Love hat.
I came across Knots of Love while doing research on Payson, a sixteen-year-old girl in remission, who also happens to be the main character of my novel, D22go.
I found the concept of this charity so wonderful, I ended up smiling through tears.
I have to learn (re-learn) how to knit and crochet. It’s harder finding someone who can teach it backwards, or opposite, with me being a southpaw and all. But, as I did learn both when I was younger, I’m sure I could (re)learn it, especially for such an amazing cause!
“Crocheted and knitted caps for chemo patients and others facing life-threatening illnesses and injury:
Knots-of-Love is a non-profit organization, based in Southern California. We are dedicated to creating hand-made, heart and head warming knitted and knotted (crocheted) chemo caps for people transitioning through the effects of chemotherapy and other life threatening illness.”