Emerald Stone Crochet Hat Pattern

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We are entering into the month of October and that means so much to me. October is Cancer Awareness Month. Many of us have unfortunately been touched by this horrible issue in our lives. Unfortunately, I lost a wonderful and amazing uncle 6 years ago to cancer. The Emerald Stone Hat was designed in honor of my uncle.

Emerald Liver Cancer Awareness

This year I wanted to focus on Liver Cancer in my hat design, the color of the awareness ribbon for liver cancer is, emerald. I find the emerald color beautiful. It is deep, rich in color and striking to look at. The meaning behind the emerald brings the color more meaning as well.

The emerald has extra benefits for those who align with its star sign, which may have helped many after ancient heroes discovered these traits giving psychological benefits: brings courage to face difficult trials, eases feelings of worry, enhances the benefits of reuniting with loved ones.

Emerald of Hope

Explaining it a little further:

Called the “Stone of Successful Love,” Its soothing energy provides healing to all levels of the being, bringing freshness and vitality to the spirit. A stone of inspiration and infinite patience, it embodies unity, compassion and unconditional love.


Emerald Stone Hat

The Emerald Stone Hat, was made in a beautiful “emerald” color. While I was working up the stitches I kept thinking the design was looking like stones in a river bed. I find rivers to be peaceful and soothing to the soul. Emerald Stone Hat was easy to name due to the look and meaning behind the Emerald Stone and the connection to Liver Cancer and honoring my uncle.

Emerald STone Hat

The Emerald Stone crochet hat pattern comes in 3 sizes: child (3-12 years old), youth/womens, and adult/mens. Easily customize the hat with an oversized button or attach a pom to the top for a more youthful look.

Get the Emerald Stone Hat FREE

As part of the 2019 Crochet Cancer Challenge you can get a copy of the Emerald Stone Hat pattern for FREE. However, if you download a copy of the pattern, it is your PLEDGE to make a hat to donate to a local Cancer Center and/or patient. Grab your copy of the Emerald Stone Crochet Hat Pattern for FREE during the entire month of October on Ravelry. You must use the code “CC2019” at checkout, please make sure the discount applies before you order. Remember your FREE download is your PLEDGE to donate a minimum of 1 hat from the pattern by the end of 2019. To make a Pledge, get your copy of the pattern, HERE.

Use #CrochetCancerChallenge

To help spread the word about the Crochet Cancer Challenge we need your help. Please make your hats from the designs and post to your social media outlets. Use #CrochetCancerChallenge when posting on facebook, instagram, pinterest, twitter or anything else. Also, tag the designers who gave you the pattern to use. We all love a little love on social media and may even share your project on our page.

More links about the Cancer Challenge are below:

  1. Cancer Challenge Introduction, what is it, click HERE.
  2. What type of hat should I make, what sizes and where should I get the patterns, click HERE
  3. What type of yarn is recommended for the hats, click HERE
  4. Where should I donate my hats, click HERE
  5. A fun “start early” project you can add to your hats, click HERE
  6. Challenge others to join and more fun information, click HERE

Stay Up To Date on the Cancer Challenge

Each day during the month of October a new designer will feature a hat for FREE in exchange for your pledge {just like I did}. If you want to make sure you stay up to date on the cancer Challenge this year and see all 31 designs all month long, make sure you either follow Sweet Potato 3 on facebook {click HERE} and/or join my Crochet & Conversations group on facebook, {click HERE}. There will be daily posts all month long featuring the designers and their new hat designs. Or you can sign up for my newsletter that will go out a few times each week:

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This Post Has 16 Comments

  1. Eleanor Fetterman

    Will be working on this challenge today thank you for the pattern

  2. Roberta Thome

    I stumbled across this challenge from somewhere( a friend’s link) & I’m willing & excited to participate.
    I just want to make sure that I understand it correctly that I have until the end of 2019 to make all 31 hats? so…about 3 a week,
    I can do that! & I pledge to do that!
    I will double-check with the local cancer center & see if & what they need in the way of hats. If they do not need them at this time I will find an on-line group that can use them.

    THANK YOU!! for sharing the hat patterns.

  3. Connie

    Thank you so much for doing this, seems every year there are people all around me going through this. Breaks my heart to see them suffer but it helps that I can make their dark days a bit brighter.

  4. Martha

    Thank you so much – as an ovarian cancer survivor, I know how important a simple hat can become to a cancer patient especially those who cannot afford a wig.

  5. Jožica Knafelc

    My family has a lot of experience with cancer, sad and good ones. I’m a member to a group of ladies, we crochet different things. In October each will make at least one cap and send in to ladies who have breast cancer. Love from Slovenia.

  6. Dee Frazier

    I am curious as to the crown on this…I am on row 4 of the clusters but the crown looks weird ??? Will look ok when done?

    1. SweetPotato3

      If you checked your gauge and the stitch count is correct you should be on the right track!

  7. Chalyn

    Beautiful design!

  8. MJ

    Hi, thank you very much for doing this, but I’m really confused. I WAS looking all over for day 2 and never found it. Still can’t find day 3. Is there a central spot where you have listings for these patterns? The cancer challenge in the menu is for 2014-2017. So I don’t know how to find the new designs anymore.
    thank you

    1. SweetPotato3

      The patterns are being posted on facebook on my page and in my crochet & conversations group. Each designer is hosting their day on their blog. I will have a week by week recap on my blog that will show the designs and direct you to those designers as well. Also, I will be sending a newsletter a few times a week with links to the patterns as well.

  9. Sheila Gossett

    Hello I thought I signed up the other day I pledge to make hats for cancer awareness
    How do I get started?

  10. Leigh

    Thank you for being a wonderful designer and person

  11. Joyce

    Thank you for the beautiful pattern. This is my first time making hats for the Cancer center. The pattern worked up nice and quick.

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