2020 Crochet Cancer Challenge

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October marks the month of Cancer Awareness and I am so excited to host another year of the Crochet Cancer Challenge. This has been an annual event that began in 2014, seven years later it has grown due to the generosity of the crochet community.

Crochet Cancer Challenge

Our crochet community does so much for others by making handmade items and in this event those said items are all donated. Donations go to cancer patients or cancer centers in our own communities. We have this amazing opportunity to make a difference one hat at a time.

A Quick Overview of the Challenge

During the month of October a different crochet pattern designer will be featured. The designers has personally designed a hat in honor of someone they know, or to help bring awareness to a specific type of cancer. They will offer their design for FREE for 1 day only. If you download their pattern, you are taking a pledge to make a minimum of one hat from that pattern to donate.

Cancer Challenge Pledge

The Crochet Cancer Challenge has become so personal to so many of you and to so many of us designers. I appreciate all the time and efforts everyone puts into this event. I hope to spread the word this year, so I am asking that you share photos of your finished hats on social media or links to the challenge AND always use the #CrochetCancerChallenge . The more people see our challenge, the more it will grow and that means the more people we can touch in a positive way. We can all use a little more positivity in our lives in 2020.

Crochet Cancer Challenge

Daily Feature

Each Day I will post a new designers hat link. You can then go to their site to read about who or what cancer they designed the hat for. Once again, each design will be free for 24 hours, but you must use code “CancerChallenge” to get the pattern free. Look for this button in their blog post:

Cancer Challenge Button

Do you have more questions about the Crochet Cancer Challenge? Scroll to the bottom of this post for more informative links.

Today’s Feature

Crochet Cancer Challenge

Ned & Mimi – Oct 8

Sarah designed this lovely Jasmine Beanie in Gold tones to bring awareness to childhood cancer. Find Ned & Mimi on social media:

Instagram / Facebook / Website

Pattern Available through 10/15/20


Previous Features

Cancer Challenge

Crystalized Designs – Oct 7

A beautiful design with rich texture, the Valda Beanie was designed by Crystalized Designs. It was designed for her Mom in a teal to bring awareness to Ovarian Cancer.

Instagram / Facebook / Website

Available through Oct 9, 2020


Cancer Challenge

Sunflower Cottage Crochet – Oct 6

Helen designed the Robin’s Beanie with Sara’s father in mind, it is personal and is designed to help bring awareness to Colon Cancer. Find Sunflower Cottage on social media below:

Instagram / Facebook / Website

Available through October 31, 2020


Waves of Hope Hat Crochet Cancer Challenge

Sweet Potato 3 – Oct 5

I was honored to take an extra day to help out a fellow designer who has a family member going through Cancer-this hat is in honor of her/family!

Instagram / Facebook / Website

My design will be available through the end of October 2020.


L’amas de Laine – Oct 3

This amazing design features the bold colors of teal, pink and purple to honor Thyroid Cancer. What a fabulous hat Sandra!

Find L’amas de laine on social media:

Instagram / Facebook / Website

Pattern Available Free Through 10/10/20


Made with a Twist – Oct 3

Pam designed this lovely golden beanie called the Brave Beanie, the color is specifically picked to bring awareness to childhood cancer.

Find Made with a Twist on Social Media:

Instagram / Facebook / Website

Pattern Available Free through 10/10/20


Underground Crafter – Oct 2

Marie designed the Herringbone Slouchy Beanie in this rich purple to bring awareness to pancreatic cancer.

Find Underground Crafter on social media:

Instagram / Facebook / Website

Pattern available through 10/4/20


Sweet Potato 3 – Oct 1

I designed the Dotty’s Dream hat this year to honor my daughters dance teacher, Dotty who was diagnosed with Breast Cancer.

Find Sweet Potato 3 on Social Media:

Instagram / Facebook / Website

My design will be available through the end of October 2020.


Find more information about the Crochet Cancer Challenge Below:

  • Information explaining what the Crochet Cancer Challenge is, click HERE.
  • What type of hat should I make? What Sizes? Where do I get the patterns? Click HERE.
  • Yarn Recommendations to use for the hats, click HERE.
  • Where should I donate my hats, click HERE.
  • A fun start early project you can add to your hats, click HERE.
  • Challenge others to join and get tags you can print for your hats, click HERE.

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3 thoughts on “2020 Crochet Cancer Challenge

  1. Jennifer

    Love that you’re doing this. I’m going to share this post with my newsletter readers and on my site–it’s a food site but I think some of my readers do handwork.

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  2. Beatrice Doppelbauer

    Love that Challenge. I’m from Austria. When I came across it last year I immediately wanted to take part in it. I donated my hats to a Cancer Center in Ried im Innkreis, that’s in Upper Austria. They were so happy about the hats so I decided to make some again this year. Thanks for this fantastic idea.
    Best regards from Austria!

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