A chemo cap has to be made post-haste, so I got some Rowan Calmer (the best for chemo caps) and started the lace edged pattern that is my personal favorite for this purpose; the lace edge gives it a feminine touch, I think, which I assume is nice when you don't have hair. The color is actually a baby blue. It was quite a hit at Urban Knitters on Saturday - here's the pattern. You can find the yarn at Needlework Unlimited (and other places).
Finally, this is the "Not My Usual Colors" Color Affection. I started it on my work trip to Rapid City and Orlando. The orange is souvenir yarn from San Francisco, the multi is from Santa Fe, and the green (barely visible here, I just added that in) from NU, so it's a very well traveled piece of fabric. I'm not sure I'll be able to wear it, given the colors, but it is very sunshine-y and happy to work with, so I'm enjoying that aspect of it. Perhaps I'll give it away when I'm done.