This is an old favorite with people who have followed my blog for a long time.

I designed this for my diving days and wanted to keep my hair out of my mask; away from my view-finder in my camera and a whole bunch of other reasons for keeping my hair organized underwater, which is a lot harder than it sounds.

But an added benefit, was that cancer patients usually taking chemo, begin to make this up for their family, as fund-raisers, as church or volunteer projects and I will always make this available.

Without further adieu, here are the downloads.  These are all in a pdf format which means they need a pdf reader, which you will need to have if you don’t already (there are a lot of free one s on the web, Foxit is my favorite, but Adobe Reader is a common one too).

The Pattern (this is in two pages, to be printed on 8.5″ x 11″ or letter sized paper).  One pattern piece will need to be glued together before cutting (it will show you where and how.)

The Pattern Assembly instructions.    These are rather detailed, but if you are in the least bit good with a machine and sewing, it will be a cinch.  Here‘s a brief assembly blog from my other blog.

Good luck, and let me know if you have any problems.

PS – is one of my favorite sites for neat things….if you’re thinking about a one-bubble-off-plumb scuba rag, there are lots of choices there.  Put either topic of fabric (skulls & crossbones, flowers, animals, etc.) or color and you can choose some wonderfully fun fabrics.

If you’re thinking about a cancer patient and they have a favorite this or that, do a search on Spoonflower and the doo-rag becomes even more special.