Cowboy sunflower shirt and mens v-neck, gildan hoodie
- 5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
- Dark Heather is 50/50 cotton/polyester
- Sport Grey is 90/10 cotton/polyester
- Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
- Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
A friend of mine had a young granddaughter with cancer. We bought her a wig, but she didn’t like it. Cowboy sunflower shirt So, creative little angel that she was, she started wearing her colored tights on her head for hair. She would use barettes to decorate.
Cowboy sunflower shirt
As a cancer survivor I’m always looking for a way to give back.Please send me the pattern and I will be happy to whip out a few and with Halloween coming up,some little person will have some unexpected fun.Do they have a pattern of maybe a pirate or Viking for little guys? I remember losing my hair during treatment…i am a grown women and i would rock these wigs just for the children…just so they know they are not alone…. Cowboy sunflower shirt cancer is a horrible desease that is attacking our young ones faster then our adults these days….just know babies u guys are not alone…we as a world love each and everyone of u guys. My daughter is two and is battling ATRT a rare and aggressive form of brain cancer and has a scar from when they removed her tumor. She has recently lost her hair how can I get one of these for her?
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Totally amazing and such needed items for so many. A smile is worth all the yarn in the world not to include the love sent and shared. How can I get one of these a little girl I took care of since a baby is three now and has been battling Leukemia for a year and has at least one more year of treatments!! Little Gloria would love this!! This is so so precious! Truly this woman and these volunteers want to hear of the happy smiles and hearts they have helped create. So wonderful.
My son was 15 and was diagnosed with Hodgkin. He was treated at St. Jude in Peoria and Memphis. The children were so brave and adorable. I know first hand how much they and their parents appreciate the gesture. You are wonderful. What kind of assistance can you use? Do you need people to make them or yarn donated for your organization to make them. And where can I get patterns? Thank you! You’re doing a great thing!!