Knots for Hope

Audrey Hepburn once said, “I believe that tomorrow is another day, and I believe in miracles.” Audrey died of appendix cancer at age 63, but her words live on. Here at Scarves Dot Net, we too believe in miracles. That’s why we’re committed to serving the cancer community.

Knots for Hope is a place of inspiration for those affected by cancer. It’s our wish that our resources on how to tie a head scarf will help women who have experienced hair loss feel confident and beautiful. We hope our stories reassure patients and their loved ones that they are not alone.

Most importantly, our goal is to support cancer research so that we can put an end to this disease. Read our stories, join our conversation, and start knotting for hope!

Watch our step-by-step how to tie a head scarf tutorials
Read, print, save, and share these easy-to-follow instructions
Meet the bloggers affected by cancer who inspire us every day
Find support and information from these websites and blogs
Read our stories about how cancer has personally affected us and why we care

9 thoughts on “Knots for Hope

  1. I am so excited I found this site. My mom just found out that she had Triple Negative Breast Cancer, and she has to start chemo right away. Because we all just found out last week and the tumor has already double in size. She has to do treatment once a week for months, so we are getting ready for the long haul. Her words “I’m not scared of the cancer, I’m scared of the pain”. Hearing my mom say that broke me, she is a very strong person, like all of us rarely ever see her cry, she is not scared of anything. The Doctor said that she would loose her hair by the second week of chemo, she already has very thin hair. Scarves were the first thing I thought of, to make sure she never gets down about herself. I told her that I would get her all colors and styles. I am still trying to get my emotions and thoughts in order. I just had my baby girl last month, and I hate that she is going to have a hard time being with her her first year. This site is definitely going on my favorites. <3

    • Hi Jessica! Thank you so much for reaching out to us! We are so happy you find our resource helpful, and we wish you, your mom, and your family the best. You are all in our thoughts and prayers! Xoxo

  2. I love your website and every Christmas I give my family your beautiful scarves. My sister has been diagnosed with colon asnd liver cancer and I am going to download your instructions for her. So far she had gone through 11 sessions of cvhemo and thanks to God she has not have loss of hair or any major side affects. But her battle is not over I will pass your website to my other family members so we ALL can join in and keep her uplifted.
    Thank You

    • Hi Stella! We are thrilled to hear that our scarves are a favorable Christmas gift for your family every year — thank you for thinking of us! And we are so touched by your sister’s story. We are keeping your sister and your family in our thoughts and prayers always, and hope that our resource helps keep everyone’s spirits lifted! Xoxo

  3. I WOULD LIKE INSTRUCTIONS TO TIE A SCRAP LIKE YOU ARE WEARING A SLEVLESS VEST. IT WAS N A DRESS IN A WINDOW OF CHICO’S THIS SPRING. I THOUGHT I WOULD BE ABLE TO DO IT. BUT I GET TO THE POINT OF PUTTING IT ON AND IT ISN’T RIGHT. IF YOU HAVE AND IDEA HOW IT IS DONE PLEASE LET ME KNOW. I TWO HAVE HAD BREAST CANCER THIS YEAR. I WANT THIS STYLE TO HELP COVER THE AREA WITH A NEW STYLE .THANK YOU. DORIS

    • Hi Doris! We have a few vest-like scarf-tying tutorials here:

      http://www.scarves.net/how-to-tie-a-scarf/bolero.htm
      http://www.scarves.net/blog/how-to-tie-an-infinity-scarf-shrug
      http://www.scarves.net/blog/how-to-tie-a-belted-scarf
      http://www.scarves.net/blog/how-to-tie-a-knotted-scarf
      http://www.scarves.net/blog/how-to-tie-an-infinity-scarf-twist

      Hopefully one of these resembles the look you’d like. Thank you for reaching out and take care! :)

      • Just a few more tutorials you might fancy, too! :)

        http://www.scarves.net/blog/scarf-bustier
        http://www.scarves.net/blog/scarf-halter-top

  4. Hello! I am so excited to have found you! I have just been diagnosed with thyroid cancer and will have surgery soon. I am so happy to find your beautiful scarves and the blog post about scarf tying. This will be a lifesaver as I wait for my scar to heal and diminish over time. Thank you for your commitment and caring of cancer patients. It really is so true that no one fights alone. Hugs to you all…

    • Hi Christine! We are so sorry to hear about your diagnosis and hope this resource helps. We are sending lots of hugs and prayers your way, and admire your bravery and strength every step of the way! Xoxo :)

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