2017 Cancer Challenge – Day 1: Sweet Potato 3

This is a wonderful day that I look forward to every year. The first day of the annual Cancer Challenge! A day, I get to personally honor my Uncle Jeff. But also, everyone who has been diagnosed with, who is fight for their life, who has survided or has sadly lost their fight. This is for all of you!

Sweet Potato 3 Cancer Challenge

Cancer Challenge Hat by Sweet Potato 3

Today, Sweet Potato 3, is sponsoring a hat for the Cancer Challenge. This Floral Embrace Slouch hat pattern is avialable for FREE to anyone who is willing to pledge to make at least one hat, from this pattern, to donate to a cancer patient, cancer center, or cancer survivor.

Cancer Challenge

The Floral Embrace Slouch hat pattern comes in adult sizes of small, medium, large/Xlarge. The design can also be made as a traditional beanie, one with a little slouch or a full slouchy hat. All measurements are included in the pattern. The hat works up quick and my sample is made in a soft cotton yarn from Knit Picks.

Cancer Challenge 2017

To receive this pattern for free you must enter code “2017CancerChallenge”. This pattern will be available for free through October 31, 2017. I am asking that your pledges for this Cancer Challenge be completed and donated by the end of the year, December 31, 2017.

Need More Information

For all the details on the 2017 Cancer Challenge, just click here. You can learn more about why this challenge was started, what yarn to use, where to donate and so much more.

Sweet Potato 3 Cancer Challenge

8 thoughts on “2017 Cancer Challenge – Day 1: Sweet Potato 3

  1. Peggy

    Thank you so much. I will be making this hat for my Aunt who was just diagnosed with liver cancer. She had breast cancer 10 years ago. Every stitch will be stitched with my love for her.

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  2. Karen

    I am still a beginner in crocheting. If I can’t make this hat I will make another pattern and donate. Thank you so much for sharing.

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  3. deborah kitts

    I am in remission from colorectal cancer and will make some hats to donate to our local cancer center – the hats they have just don’t seem appropriate for people with tender skin.
    Thanks for having this challenge!

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  4. Nancy

    Thank you for providing this beautiful pattern and the opportunity to help our friends and neighbors. Everyone knows someone touched by this dreadful disease……. Thank you again!!

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