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Crocheted caps donated to South Georgia cancer patients

Hillary Jones started "Stitches for Sister" to crochet caps for cancer patients in South Georgia. Hillary Jones started "Stitches for Sister" to crochet caps for cancer patients in South Georgia.
Each cap comes with a Bible verse. Each cap comes with a Bible verse.
Hillary Jones Hillary Jones
Thomasville's Fuzzy Goat hosts events for folks to gather and crochet the caps. Thomasville's Fuzzy Goat hosts events for folks to gather and crochet the caps.
THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) -

Handmade hats are being donated to cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy in South Georgia.

Hillary Jones learned how to crochet when her grandfather was in the hospital, and she's now using that hobby to help others.

She started the "Stitches for Sister" group to create caps for cancer patients undergoing treatment.

After several months of crocheting, she donated 27 caps.

“If they needed a hat, it's always better to have one that someone put time and effort into and actually cared about it.  So it just sends them a little bit of warmth and hope,” said Jones.

People can stop by the Fuzzy Goat twice a month to help make cancer caps.

For more information about Stitches for Sister, go to https://www.facebook.com/StitchesforSister?fref=ts.  

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