Final Day of the Cancer Challenge – Go Out with A BANG!

We are on our final day of the 2016 Cancer Challenge. I have to express how sincerely honored I am to have all of you participate in our efforts to help comfort others. To receive something handmade is one of he most heartwarming gifts, and you all have been giving your time and efforts to do just that.

So, for our final day of the Cancer Challenge I, want to go out with a BANG! Today only my shop, Sweet Potato 3 is going to let you pick any 1 hat pattern from my Ravelry Shop. You know the drill, use code “challenge16” and pick your favorite pattern to make for a cancer patient.

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But, that is not all!

Many of the designers had their codes valid through the end of month and others are reactivating them for today only (October 31, 2016). So if you joined us a little late, this is a great day to catch up. All hats listed below are part of the challenge, use code “challenge16” at checkout.

 Remember, if you download this pattern (or any pattern provided during the challenge running all month long), you are pledging to make a minimum of one hat  to donate to a cancer patient.

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Cancer Challenge Hat 2016 by Sweet Potato 3

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Hat for Hope by Ambassador Crochet

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Rondelay Beanie by Briar Rose Boutique

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Manhattan Beanie by Laura Mae Crochet

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Landscapes Beanie by Butterfly Dreams Crochet

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Mossy Newsboy Hat by Trifles N Treasures

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Sunseeker Sunhat by Calleighs Clips and Crochet

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Chevron Beanie by KatiDCreations

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Mixed Herringbone Hasty Hat by Newborn Knots

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Apple Blossom Hat by Accessorize This Designs

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Nautilus Cloche by Creative Threads by Leah

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Awareness Ribbon Beanie (must use code “SP3CCbonus” for this hat only) by Creative Threads by Leah

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Through the Looking Glass Hat by Yarn Medley’s from the Heart

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Junior’s Jubilee Hat by A Hook and Eye

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Jo’s Army Hat by Darcy’s Crochet Creations

And then I had Andrea, owner of At WIPs End, contact me and ask if she could offer one of her patterns. Of course, I couldn’t turn her away. Here is the Whimsical Winter Hat.

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And I have More!!!

Check out this amazing Awareness Ribbon Afghan Project by Ambassador Crochet. She has it on sale for 50% off through today (October 31, 2016), no code needed.

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  Don’t Miss A Day, Follow Me By Email

It is so easy, just enter your email (under my picture to the right). Make sure you confirm your subscription in the email you will receive. You will then receive daily emails with all the designers who are donating a pattern through the month of October. These patterns will help you complete your challenge in making hats for cancer patients. October is a great time of year to reach out and help warm hearts of those who need it the most.

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3 thoughts on “Final Day of the Cancer Challenge – Go Out with A BANG!

  1. Peggy

    Christine, Thank you so much for all you did to bring this project together. Having the designers redo their hats at the end helped me catch up on the ones I had missed. Not sure how that happened since I felt like I was stalking the site awaiting the new design :).
    I did manage to miss on from Day Three by Gleeful Things. Hoping to buy it soon so I have the entire collection. I have made three hats so far.
    Again thank you for what you do to promote cancer awareness.

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  2. Nancy

    Christine, Much thanks to you and all the wonderful designers involved in this year’s Cancer Challenge. All the patterns are beautiful and the finished hats will bring much joy and comfort to so many. Thank you all!

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  3. Tammy

    Thank you so much for this years challenge opportunity. I have been trying on and off throughout the day to catch the 2 that I missed (Day 3 & Day 22…their codes have not been working for me). I am so grateful for all that I have received. Thank you!

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