We are rounding out our 2nd week of the crochet for Cancer Challenge and have a very fun design, “Hope Lives Chemo Cap” for you today! So the Cancer Challenge is near and dear to her. If you are just now joining, I am so excited to have you jump on board, if you want to read a little more about what the challenge is follow this link: HERE.
Day 12: Pattern by Ambassador Crochet
Each designer is helping so much by giving away a premium crochet pattern for this charitable event. I want to make sure to acknowledge them and thank them for their talents so please be sure to visit their pages and say thank you or give them a little love by favoriting a design or two on Ravelry.
Ambassador Crochet Website: HERE
Facebook Page for Ambassador Crochet: HERE
- Ravelry shop for Ambassador Crochet: HERE
- Find Ambassador Crochet on Etsy: HERE
Today’s pattern was designed by Kristine from Ambassador Crochet. Kristine has supported our efforts in the Cancer Challenge ever since it’s beginning. I appreciate all her help and amazing designs she has offered. This year’s, Hope Lives Chemo Cap, is fabulous. The Cap is designed with extended single crochets which creates a nice thin fabric, perfect for Chemo Caps. The Hope Lives Chemo Cap pattern comes in sizes from Infant up to Adult. It is made using worsted weight yarn and works up pretty quick . The Hope Lives Chemo Cap pattern can be found in Ambassador Crochet’s Raverly shop, HERE.
Use Code: Cancer18
This code will be good on the Hope Lives Chemo Cap pattern through Sunday October 14, 2018 and will allow you to get the pattern for FREE, but remember….
A Download = A Pledge
This is a very important part of the Crochet Cancer Challenge. If you download any of the patterns during this month and you use the code to receive it for FREE you are PLEDGING to donate a minimum of 1 hat to a Cancer Center/Patient.
Add Labels to your hats
click HERE to get an printable sheet that has 8 of these tags on it.
More Links about the Cancer Challenge
The posts from the last couple weeks were full of information and should have answered many of your questions. If you think of anything I have missed, let me know so I can inform the other participants. Enjoy crocheting those hats!
- Cancer Challenge Introduction, what is it, click HERE.
- What type of hat should I make, what sizes and where should I get the patterns, click HERE.
- What type of yarn is recommended 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 more fun information, click HERE.