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Knots of Love Kits

Knots of Love Kits

Laurel Hill and Knots of Love

Knots of Love is a non-profit organization who's mission it is to warm the hearts and heads of those experiencing treatment-induced traumatic hair loss by providing them with hand knitted or crocheted caps, and scarfs. Also by creating "hugs in a blanket" for tiny babies in incubators.

These knitted and crocheted caps, scarfs and baby blankets are given free of charge to people transitioning through the effects of chemotherapy or other life-threatening illnesses or injuries.

Laurel Hill is joining hands with Knots of Love making it easier to create and donate chemo caps, scarfs and baby blankets.

Everything in our kits is included to make a knitted or crocheted cap, or a scarf for people in need of kindness and love.

Knots of Love Scarf Kits for Kids are designed for children to make scarves for others kids, improving their motor and intellectual skills, and in the process providing a sense of giving that can last a lifetime.

Baby Blankets:
To make a soft, cozy baby blanket for a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit visit Knots or Love NICU Blanket Patterns, select a pattern, crochet a blanket and send it to Knots of Love to make a difference.

Let's work together to give joy and hope to people with life threatening illnesses and in the process build better citizens and stronger communities.

Everything you need to make a Chemotherapy Cap or scarf.

Instructions and patterns for the crochet and knitted scarves.

Donate:
Too busy to make a cap, scarf, or baby blanket and still want to help? Donate directly on the Knots of Love site.

Product IDProduct Name Price  
Crochet Starter Kit
Bellatina Cap Crochet Starter Kit
$25.00
Knitted Starter Kit
Madaline's Cap Knitted Starter Kit
$25.00
Kids Crochet Scarf Starter Kit
Kids Crochet Scarf Starter Kit
$16.00
Kids Knitted Scarf Starter Kit
Kids Knitted Scarf Starter Kit
$21.50
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Knots-of-Love knitted and crocheted caps are given free of charge to people transitioning through the effects of chemotherapy or other life-threatening illnesses or injuries.