Crochet for Cancer
03/22/2017 at 19:13. Facebook
My friend Christy and I are teaching a new set of Crocheters the basics. It's so fun to see them learning a new skill. How old were you when you learned to crochet?
Do you remember this photo of Rylie, Rheann, and Ainsley in 2014? All three were fighting cancer at the time but today they are CANCER FREE and have taken a new photo.

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Pricilla Lane received a cap from our Xenia, Ohio chapter Heart In Hand, and sent this sweet thank you note.
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Crochet for Cancer is celebrating it's 5th Anniversary of giving handmade items to cancer fighters. To celebrate we are giving away this gift box that includes a cake of the new Mandala yarn by Lion Brand as well as a Pocket Prayers booklet by Max Lucado and a scripture cross.

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Whoop whoop!! Our Jacksonville, FL area chapter received all these beautiful chemo caps from Melba and Idang. Great job!

For more info about this chapter visit their FB page Handkreations4you or email
Sharing a new yarn that is great for lap blankets. Shout out to Lion Brand Yarn. #mandalayarn
Beginner crochet child size Cowgirl Hat by Red Heart. The pattern uses Red Heart With Love yarn which is nice and soft for chemo caps.

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Child’s Cowgirl Hat | Red Heart
Check out all these wonderful chemo caps made and donated by Mary W. from Colorado Springs, CO. Thank you Mary for your generous donation.

If you would like to donate chemo caps to our cause please visit for details and chapter locations.
A big thank you to Joan M. from Smithfield, NC for donating 20 Pocket Prayer booklets to give to cancer fighters. God bless you Joan.
Our Chicago area chapter received this sweet letter from St. Jude's.

Each item you make for our cause blesses someone struggling with cancer. Please consider donating a chemo cap to one of our chapters, .
What a beautiful verse. We do not have to fear the future because our Savior is with us.

I bought several of these today at my local Hobby Lobby to give to lady cancer fighters. We really need volunteers to make chemo caps for our chapters. For more info please visit .
This Bouquet Ladies cap pattern by Kirsten Holloway Designs is free for the next few days on Ravelry. It will say $5 in your cart but when you checkout will change to $0. Cute pattern!!

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Bouquet Ladies Slouch Hat pattern by Kirsten Holloway
This little sweetheart just made my day. What a beautiful spirit! Please join me in praying for her tiny body.
⭐CHAPTER SPOTLIGHT⭐ When my mom passed away her friend Nadine took over her chapter and named it Inspired By Pam,. Nadine is in need of adult mens & womens caps. Please consider donating to her chapter in memory of my mom. ~Tracy Wells, Co-Founder

Inspired by Pam, a Chapter of Crochet for Cancer
c/o Nadine Kaminski
P.O. Box 257
New Carlisle, IN 46552
I would love to be able to donate a Pocket Prayer booklet by Max Lucado with every chemo cap we give to a cancer fighter. You can help make that happen. Please consider buying and donating as many as you can to our cause. They are $1.49 each at (link below). Please set shipping to Crochet For Cancer, PO Box 622, Springfield, GA 31329.

We appreciate your gifts. God bless you!...
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Volunteer Debbie Nicholson makes our Basketweave Stripe chemo cap for her friends fighting cancer. Great job Debbie!! Free cap pattern linked below.

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