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Culture: Group Creates Disney Princess Themed Wigs For Young Cancer Patients

The Magic Yarn Project creates hand made Disney Princess wigs for children with cancer. The group, created by Holly Christensen, volunteers to crochet Disney princess wigs for children battling cancer. You can support them at the official GoFundMe page.

Magic Yarn creates soft and beautiful yarn wigs for little warriors who are bravely battling cancer.

Chemo treatments often leave patients’ bare scalps too sensitive for traditional wigs. To create head coverings that are warm, comfortable, and  giggle-inducing, Magic Yarn volunteers crochet extra-soft “baby” yarn into beanies, and then transform them into storybook hairstyles.

All of our wigs are free to their recipient families, in hospitals nationwide. We rely solely on monetary donations to pay for supplies, shipping costs, and logistics.





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