2017 Cancer Challenge Day 27: Crochet Dreamz

Every Morning, in October, I have been fortunate to wake up and see the blessings the Cancer Challenge brings. I read your posts and see your work and feel truely blessed to be a part of it. Thank you all from the bottom of my heart!

Cancer Challenge Day 27: Crochet Dreamz

Today I beyond thrilled to have Crochet Dreamz join the Cancer Challenge. When I contacted Shehnaaz about joining she immediately jumped on board. It is so heartwarming to see the generosity with so many designers.

Crochet Dreamz is offering her Pom Pom Beanie. The stitching creates a fun and beautiful texture. The Pom Pom Beanie pattern comes in sizes from newborn up to adult. It looks like it will work up quick too. I have some yarn sitting right here that I am going to use to make mine, I just have to decide whether I want to make it with or without the stripes…

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I know you will love crocheting the Pom Pom Beanie to donate. All you have to do is pledge to make one hat for a cancer patient or survivor using this pattern, and you can get the pattern for free. But, this offer is only good for 48 hours (ends Saturday October 28, 2017). Just use the code “2017CancerChallenge” at checkout.

Remember: your download is your pledge.

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Thank the Designer

The designers who sponsor a day in the Cancer Challenge are doing it out of the goodness of their heart. They don’t have to give patterns away for free, but they all jumped at the chance to. So, PLEASE, take a minute to thank Crochet Dreamz on facebook and thank her for participating in this years Cancer Challenge.

Now, I get to showcase some of Crochet Dreamz designs. She really has some lovely designs and here are some of my favorites. Make sure you check out her Ravelry shop here.

   

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.

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