Candy Corn Crochet Hat Pattern {FREE}

One of the classic fall hats is the classic Candy Corn Hat! I cannot think of another hat that represents the sweet treats of fall better than this.

Crocheted in the popular colors of white, orange and yellow, this crochet hat pattern works up quick and is an all time favorite of many. Or, if you are one that enjoys the Indian Corn version, just work one up in white, orange and brown colors instead.

The Candy Corn hat pattern comes in sizes from newborn up to adult. You can make one of these fall hats for everyone in the family including the neighbors down the street.

Where can I get the Candy Corn Hat pattern?

You can download a copy of the Candy Corn pattern right from this post. No need to sign up for anything, it is my gift to you. Get your copy of the Candy Corn Crochet Hat pattern for Free by clicking, HERE

Find More Adorable Halloween Crochet Hat Patterns Free

As much as I love this hat for Halloween, there are some other adorable options out there. I have a few other Halloween beanies you better take a peak at:

  • Frankenstein Hat Pattern: HERE
  • Pumpkin Hat Pattern: HERE
  • Monster Hat Pattern: HERE

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Cable Golf Club Cover – Crochet Pattern

Need a quick gift idea for Father’s Day? Does your Dad or Grandfather love to golf? Help protect those expensive golf clubs with the Cable Golf Club Covers. It is the perfect gift that you can make in an evening or two, he is sure to love them. You’ll love making them so much, you just might make a set for you too!

cable golf club cover

3 Different Cable Golf Club Covers

The crochet pattern includes 3 covers, each cover is a different size with a different design. The Cable Golf Club Covers are made to fit the following clubs: Hybrid (small), Wood (medium) & the Driver (large). You can make the set all one color or coordinate with 3 different ones. Then customize them with an optional pom to throw in a little more color if you like!

The Cable Golf Club Covers are made using Worsted Weight Yarn and Crochet Hook H (5.00 mm), the only other tool you may need is a 2″ pom maker (but that is totally optional). Fall in love with crocheting cables as each cover features an easy yet striking look in the textures and weaves of the stitches.

cable golf club covers

Grab your copy of the Cable Golf Club Cover pattern on the following sites.

Do cables intimidate you?

Tuesday through Thursday (6/11/19-6/13/19), I will be hosting LIVE fb sessions showing how to work the cables in the Golf Club Covers. You will need to join my FB Crochet & Conversations group to view them. I hope to see you in there!

Join SP3 Crochet & Conversations: HERE

Other Gifts for Dad:

Teachers Take Note – Crochet Gift Set

Teacher Appreciation Week is fast approaching! This year it is May 6-10, 2019. We all know how wonderful and amazing those folks that teach, inspire and love our children all day long are. So we like to devote an entire week to show them how much we appreciate them. Now, the dreaded question, what do I get them?

Teachers Take Note Snap Pouches Gift Set

I designed this fun and unique set just for teachers, but could also be given to writers, librarians, or anyone who enjoys writing. The Snap Pouch is a fun way to create a small carrying case. The top of each pouch simple “snaps” shut! The set includes a snap pouch that looks like a notebook paper, another snap pouch that looks like a pencil and then it is topped off with a cute apple cozy.

I love to include new techniques and stitches in my patterns and of course I created a couple easy to follow YouTube tutorials to go along with the pattern. This set will even introduce you to the fun technique of Tunisian crochet (yes there is a video to show you just how to do it), no special hook is needed though for this pattern.

Where to get the pattern

Grab your copy of the Teacher Take Note Snap Pouch Gift Set on the following website:

Supplies Needed

I used scrap yarn for most of the Teachers Take Note Set. Any worsted weight yarn will work, I did use Red Heart Super Saver from my stash. All the specific colors are listed within the pattern. Other supplies needed are as follows:

  • Crochet Hook H (5.00) mm & Crochet Hook G (4.00 mm)
  • An old tape measure that is at least 3/4″ wide
  • Tin Snips (or old scissors that you don’t mind ruining)
  • Tape (electrical, duct or packaging)
  • Yarn Needle and Regular Yarn Scissors

More Fun & Unique Gifts to Crochet

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Whispering Willows Poncho – Crochet Pattern

The Whispering Willows Poncho is a beautiful summer wrap. Made in the right colors this poncho can dress up any evening attire with it’s elegant look. It can be a cute swim top cover, with a cute pair of shorts, because of it’s free flowing design. And, it can add a fun whimsical look to a simple jeans and t-shirt day!

The stitch combination in the Whispering Willows Poncho creates a lovely texture and natural lay of the accessory allowing a slight breeze to go through, but there is still enough close stitches to keep you warm.

About the Whispering Willows Poncho Pattern

The pattern comes in only 2 sizes because ponchos have a forgiving fit and will fit a range of sizes. The pattern has a small/medium size as well as a large/XLarge size. You can easily add additional rows to make the poncho longer to cover more of the arm and/or to add length to the design.

Made in a lighter worsted weight yarn and a crochet hook I (5.5 mm), the Whispering Willows Poncho works up quicker than you might think.

Grab your copy of the Whispering Willows Poncho today on:

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More Patterns You May Love

Cross My Heart Collection of Crochet Patterns

Nearly 5 years ago my daughter was inspiring me to make a beautiful set that we could both wear. I knew I wanted a stitch that would be thick and warm but girly enough she would love it. The Cross My Heart Scarf & Headband were designed just for her.

Cross My Heart Scarf & Headband

The Headband and Scarf Set has sizing for toddlers up to adult women. So you can make a set for anyone and everyone. Grab your copy of the Cross My Heart Headband and Scarf Set on Ravelry: HERE

The Design has been a loved pattern by many. So much so, that I keep getting requests for more designs using the lovely stitch pattern.

Over the last couple years I have been able to design a coordinating hat, fingerless gloves, shawl and vest. They are all luxurious and classy designs. Take note of how much changing the type of yarn you use can change the look as well. I could make any of these pieces over and over.

Check out the entire Cross My Heart Collection Below:

Cross My Heart Triangle Scarf

The Triangle Shawl features the beautiful stitch work, but it really pops by switching colors. The triangle shawl can class up any outfit. Get more information about the pattern by clicking HERE.

Cross My Heart Vest - Womens

The Cross My Heart Vest is one of my favorites. The vest top folds over and is like wearing a warm cowl. This accessory is so warm and simple everyone loves it. The pattern comes in multiple adult sizes AND children’s sizes from toddler up to adult, look how cute it is on my daughter!

Cross My Heart Vest - childrens

Grab your copy of the Cross My Heart Vest pattern on Ravelry: HERE

The Cross My Heart Fingerless Gloves and Hat made a fun set. Find more information about the Fingerless Gloves by clicking HERE. You can grab the pattern for just the hat: HERE

But, if you love all these patterns you can get the entire Cross My Heart Collection for a discounted price on Ravelry: HERE

Cross My Heart collection

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Classic Newborn Footed Romper – Crochet Pattern


When I started designing patterns back in 2011, I focused most of my designs on newborn photo props. I was in the midst of having and raising my babies, so I just couldn’t get enough of the newborn cuteness.

After nearly 8 years, my designs have evolved and I design a huge variety of items. But, I always enjoy going back to homebase. So, I am excited to share my first design of this year, 2019, with you all today. I hope you love the Classic Newborn Footed Romper.

Check out how beautiful the stitching is! The ribbing look also creates a lot of stretch to the Classic Newborn Footed Romper allowing for it to stretch in length and in width. The design is for newborns but can fit a variety of weighs up to about 12 pounds (the darling baby in the photo was 10 lbs).

The Classic Newborn Footed Romper is made with Patons Lace (which is listed as a #2 Fine Weight yarn). However, my testers made their rompers with other weights like: Premier Yarns Alpaca Dance (#4 weight), Stylecraft Special DK weight and Bernat Softee Baby (#3 weight). Just make sure you check your gauge and adjust your hook to meet the correct gauge before you begin to ensure the romper comes out the right size.

Grab your copy of the Classic Newborn Footed Romper today on

Ravelry: HERE

Etsy: HERE

Love Crochet: HERE

Video Tutorial Shows Final Steps to Complete the Romper

Included with the pattern is a link to a video tutorial that will assist you with the final steps of constructing the romper. I hope the tutorial will be helpful:

Another Newborn Romper Pattern

The Classic Romper is a beautiful pattern for everyday wear. If you want a more elegant romper that would be perfect for a newborn photoshoot, I have the Precious Newborn Romper pattern too.

romper crochet pattern

Find more information about this romper by clicking this LINK here.

Cross My Heart Triangle Shawl Crochet Pattern

I am so excited to release the Cross My Heart Triangle Shawl.

The Entire Collection has been so popular with so many lovely comments on the pretty stitches. But, the triangle shawl shows off the stitches best because of the alternating colors. The detail really makes the punch I was hoping for.

The Cross My Heart Triangle Shawl is a classic shawl design made in a triangular shape that easily wraps around to create a beautiful warm wrap. I choose a classic grey but wanted to add a soft touch with the light yellow used to crochet the Cross My Heart Stitch.

Imagine all the different colors you can use, the combinations will change the entire look of this scarf, and there are unlimited possibilities! For a little less “pop” you can make the scarf in a solid or ombre yarn. The Triangle Shawl is sure to become a go to piece in your closet. 

About the Pattern

The Cross My Heart Triangle Shawl is made in a One Size Fits Most size. However, if you want a larger shawl just continue adding rows until the desired size is achieved.

Where to get your Cross My Heart Shawl Pattern

You can get a copy of the shawl on Ravelry: HERE

Do you love the Cross My Heart Stitch?

The Triangle Shawl can also be found in an ebook that is a Collection of multiple Cross My Heart Designs that includes a: scarf, headband, hat, fingerless gloves, vest and now the triangle shawl. 

Cross My heart Collection

Grab the entire Cross My Heart Collection on Ravelry by clicking HERE.

To find more links to the individual designs in the collection click HERE.

More Crochet Fun

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However, if you would enjoy a more interactive group experience, you need to join my Crochet & Conversations facebook group, click HERE. It is a ton of fun and I encourage everyone to share their projects, WIPS (works in progress) and inspirations. Plus you get exclusive deals, are the first to see new releases, give input on designs and have opportunities to win patterns. Join now and get to know others who also enjoy the art of crochet.

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Cozy Twist Ear Warmer Crochet Pattern

Are you in need of a fun last minute gift idea? Well, I have you covered! How about a Cozy Twist Ear Warmer that can be worn 2 different ways…

Some days you may not be sure you want a full beanie or just an earwarmer…. Now, I have designed a fun option just for you. The Cozy Twist Ear Warmer is an oversized, or extra wide, Ear Warmer. This is perfect for wearing a messy bun, a pony tail or when you just want a little extra warmth.

cozy twist ear warmer crochet pattern

PLUS, the design for the Cozy Twist Ear Warmers gives you 2 ways to wear it. Simply button it up along the seam to create a full ear warmer that nearly covers your entire head. OR, just “twist” before you button and you will get a fun twist in your ear warmer.

The crochet pattern comes in sizes for Toddler, Youth and Adult. Debating what yarn to use? The Ear Warmers can also be made using a DK weight yarn or a thin Worsted Weight Yarn. Just make sure you check your gauge and adjust your hook to make sure the final size comes out just right.

I chose a fun variegated yarn that I just love. This design would also look great in an ombre yarn and of course the bold stitches would really stand out in a solid yarn. Each ear warmer you make can have a totally different look.

cozy twist crochet pattern

Grab your copy of the Cozy Twist Ear Warmer Pattern on Ravelry: HERE 

cozy twist ear warmer pattern

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Other Fun Ear Warmer Patterns You May Like:

Beer Thirty Mitten Cozy Video Tutorial

One of my more popular patterns, especially this time of year, is the Beer Thirty Mitten Cozy. This is a fun gift to give to the tailgater, BBQers, Soccer Moms , or anyone who enjoys a cold beer or hot coffee during those chilly hours.

The pattern includes instructions for the cozy mitten as well as a traditional mitten. You basically get 2 patterns in one. The pattern includes multiple sizes for adults including: Small / Medium / Large / XLarge.

Beer Thirty crochet pattern  beer thirty mitten cozy

I recently updated the Beer Thirty Mitten Cozy Pattern to my new easier to read format. But, the biggest change is that I added a video tutorial. When making the cozy mitten you have to make a few folds to help construct the cozy. These can be a little tricky to explain in words, so showing you is a better option. I hope you find the update and new tutorial helpful.

The original Beer Thirty post can be found by clicking HERE.

The Beer Thirty Mitten Cozy Pattern can be found on:

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More Crochet Fun

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Lattice Scarf Remix with Nicki’s Handmade Crafts

It is time for a pattern remix!!!

What is a pattern remix? It is when you take a pattern and change it just a bit to make it different. Kirsten Holloway organized a fun pattern remix between 13 crochet designers, including myself. You can find the details about the Designer Remix, HERE.

Kirsten Halloway & Sweet Potato 3

I was so excited to look through all the designers shops and fell in love with Nicki’s Homemade Crafts Lattice Scarf. The eye catching stitches caught my attention and I knew this was the pattern I wanted to work with to add a touch of Sweet Potato 3 to. Look how beautiful the original design is.

Nikki's Homemade Crafts

If you know me, you know I am a sucker for texture and this scarf is full of it with those amazing raised diamonds. Nikki also provides a great photo tutorial on her blog as well as a video tutorial for those that like to see it in action. Find her full blog post about the Lattice Scarf HERE.

Now for the Remix, a touch of SP3

I had some Knit Picks Brava Worsted Weight in Red laying around and with the upcoming holidays, this was perfect. I followed Nikki’s pattern until it measured 32″ long. Then to make it different I added a key hole end.

Lattice Scarf Remix

Follow pattern until it measures 32″ long, ending on a row 7 repeat (which completes the diamond pattern).

Lattice Scarf Pattern

Key Hole Addition:

  • R1: Ch 2, dc in each st across, turn (31)
  • R2: Ch 1, sc2tog, sc in each st across until 2 sts remain, sc2tog, turn (29)
  • R3-5: Repeat Row 2 (each row will decease by 2 stitches, after row you will have 23 stitches)
  • Note: in Row 5, mark the middle stitch (12th stitch), this will be the placement of the button you will sew on later.
  • R6-11: Repeat Row 2 (each row will decease by 2 stitches, after row you will have 11 stitches)
  • R12-42: Ch 1, sc in each st across, turn (11)
  • R43: Ch 1, sc in first 4 sts, ch 3, skip next 3 sts, sc in last 4 sts, turn (11)
  • R44: Ch 1, sc2tog, sc in next 7 sts & chains, sc2tog, turn (9)
  • R45: Ch 1, sc2tog, sc in next 5 sts, sc2tog, turn (7)
  • R46: Ch 1, sc2tog, sc in next 3 sts, sc2tog (5), fasten off and weave in ends
  • Sew a 1” button on the marked (center) stitch from Row 5.

Sweet Potato 3

Lattice Scarf Remix

Other Key Hole Scarves You May Like:

More Crochet Fun

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However, if you would enjoy a more interactive group experience, you need to join my Crochet & Conversations facebook group, click HERE. It is a ton of fun and I encourage everyone to share their projects, WIPS (works in progress) and inspirations. Plus you get exclusive deals, are the first to see new releases, give input on designs and have opportunities to win patterns. Join now and get to know others who also enjoy the art of crochet.

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Crochet Cancer Challenge – FINAL CALL

Today is the official last day of the 2019 Crochet Cancer Challenge! So, don’t put it off, grab those patterns (in exchange for your pledges of course) and start crocheting.

 Cancer Challenge with Sweet Potato 3

Autumn Breeze Beanie Pattern by Sweet Potato 3

Cancer Challenge 2018

Chill Beanie Pattern by Sincerely Pam

Cancer Challenge

Bond Street Beanie Pattern by Pattern Paradise

Cancer Challenge

Over the Rainbow Turban Pattern by CPD designs

Crochet Cancer Challenge

Riley Winter Hat Pattern by Endless Crochet Creations

Crochet Cancer Challenge

Cables N Such Beanie Pattern by Pink Crochet Hook

Crochet Cancer Challenge

Cranberry Trails Hat Pattern by Canoe Mountain Designs

Crochet Cancer Challenge

Terrain Kitty Hat Pattern by Poise & Envy 

Crochet Cancer Challenge

Use Code: Cancer18

The above code will be good on all the patterns listed above. BUT, only through the end of the week, Sunday November 4, 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.

Cancer Challenge Pledge

Add Labels to your hats

click HERE to get an printable sheet that has 8 of these tags on it.

Cancer Challenge Tag

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!

  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.

Week 4: Cancer Challenge – Last Chance

We are wrapping up our 4th week of the Crochet Cancer Challenge. Only 3 days left! You have all been so amazing. Not just in your pledges, but in your encouraging posts to one another, in your heartfelt comments and the gratitude you have shown throughout the challenge. I am blessed to be able to work on this challenge with each and everyone of you. Thank you!

 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.

Cancer Challenge with Sweet Potato 3

Below I will showcase each days design, just click on the image if you missed one and use the same code that was featured all week (or that is posted later in this blog post).

Autumn Breeze Beanie Pattern by Sweet Potato 3

Cancer Challenge 2018

Cassia Hat Pattern by KMT Creations

KMT Creations

 Cambridge Shells Hat Pattern by Krissy’s Over the Mountain Crochet

Krissys Over the Mountain Crochet

Auntie Em Twister Hat & Ebook by Underground Crafter

Cancer Challenge

Lennox Hat Pattern by Sweet Potato Crochet Creations

Cancer Challenge

 KJ Hat Pattern by Two Brothers Blankets

 Loop the Loop Cowl Pattern by Crafting Friends Designs

Crochet Cancer Challenge

Use Code: Cancer18

The above code will be good on all the patterns listed above. BUT, only through the end of today, Sunday October 28, 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.

Cancer Challenge Pledge

Add Labels to your hats

click HERE to get an printable sheet that has 8 of these tags on it.

Cancer Challenge Tag

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!

  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.

Week 1: Cancer Challenge Last Chance

We are wrapping up the first week of the 2018 Crochet Cancer Challenge. Thank you all so much for all you have done so far. Today I want to give you all one last chance to grab any of the patterns you may have missed this week. 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.

Cancer Challenge with Sweet Potato 3

Below I will showcase each days design, just click on the image if you missed one and use the same code that was featured all week (or that is posted later in this blog post).

Autumn Breeze Beanie Pattern by Sweet Potato 3

Cancer Challenge 2018

Le Mecha Beanie Pattern by The Firefly Hook

Amelia Hat Pattern by IraRott Designs

Cancer Challenge

Masha Hat Pattern by Muki Crafts

Cancer Challenge

Mod Mismatch Hat Pattern by Blackstone Designs

Cancer Challenge

Life’s Bump Afghan Pattern by Darcy’s Crochet Creations

Cancer Challenge

Use Code: Cancer18

The above code will be good on all the patterns listed above. BUT, only through the end of today, Sunday October 7, 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.

Cancer Challenge Pledge

Add Labels to your hats

click HERE to get an printable sheet that has 8 of these tags on it.

Cancer Challenge Tag

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!

  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.

Day 1: Cancer Challenge – Sweet Potato 3

I am so excited today to begin the 2018 Crochet Cancer Challenge and show you my design of the Autumn Breeze Crochet hat. Each October I am humbled by all your energy and excitement you put into helping make hats for those in need.

If this is the first you have heard about it, please click the following link for more info: HERE.

Cancer Challenge with Sweet Potato 3

Day 1: Autumn Breeze Hat Pattern by Sweet Potato 3

Before I start in on the hat for today, I want to make sure to share a little love for the designer. It is always worthwhile to thank the designer for offering her pattern to all of us:

  • Facebook for Sweet Potato 3: HERE
  • Sweet Potato 3 Blog: HERE
  • Ravelry Shop for Sweet Potato 3: HERE
  • Etsy Shop for Sweet Potato 3: HERE

Todays pattern was designed by myself and offered through my shop: Sweet Potato 3. I designed the Autumn Breeze Beanie specifically for this challenge because you can make it fairly quick and it can have many different looks just by alternating the yarn colors differently.

Sweet Potato 3 Cancer Challenge

The Autumn Breeze Beanie is made in a soft worsted weight yarn (Lion Brand Heartland) and comes in adult sizes of: Small, Medium, Large/XL.

Use Code: Cancer18

This code will be good on the Autumn Breeze Beanie through October 31, 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.

Cancer Challenge Pledge

Add Labels to your hats

click HERE to get an printable sheet that has 8 of these tags on it.

Cancer Challenge Tag

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!

  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.

Cancer Awareness Ribbon Pattern

I know from hosting the last 5 years of the Cancer Challenge that there are many of you that cannot wait for October 1st to begin. So, I have a little starter project just for you.

The Cancer Awareness Ribbon applique is a great add on to hats, scarves, blankets or whatever you are making. Especially if you are donating to a specific Cancer Center (breast cancer, children’s cancer, etc) because you can make it in the corresponding color.

Get Started Early with the Cancer Awareness Ribbon 

A couple years ago I had someone share a photo of a hat they had made for a donation. The hat featured a Cancer Awareness Ribbon. This was such a thoughtful touch to add to a donated hat so I wanted to share it with you. The best part was that the pattern by CrochetBug is free on their blog, you can find the link HERE.

Cancer Awareness Ribbon Pattern
Below is an image that shows the awareness color for some of the more common cancers.
Awareness Ribbon Colors

So, I encourage you to go grab some scrap yarn and your trusty crochet hook. Sit down in front of your favorite show or pod cast and whip us a handful of these awareness ribbons.

Stay tuned and Share your Work

I will be posting the daily hats on Instagram, Facebook and in my Facebook Group. Please follow each of these to stay up to date.
Crochet Cancer Challenge
AND I ask that you share your work by using the Hashtag #CrochetCancerChallenge in your posts! Call out your friends to join, it not only helps us pledge more hats, but makes it more fun and personal.

Information Links for the Cancer Challenge

If you are inspired and want to participate but may have missed some of the blog posts, below is a quick reference to the posts with more information:

  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