Patti Stulich shows off some of the 300 pillowcases made by local seamstresses. (Sarah Smith / Enterprise)1 / 2
To date they've donated 35 caps, said Arleen Larson. The needlecrafters spoke to chemo patients to get advice on which styles and types of knitting or crocheting worked best and at which stage of the process their hair growth was. "It really helped us to know what they needed," Larson said. (Sarah Smith / Enterprise)2 / 2
As seamstresses sewed away in the classroom of Monika's, knitters and crocheters were working around a table in the yarn room, making caps for people going through chemotherapy.