Crochet Pink

Crochet Pink

Crochet PinkCrochet Pink
By Janet Rehfeldt
Gifted by Martingale
Reviewed by Jeanette Benoit, Editor of


Inside Crochet Pink by Janet Rehfeldt, you will find a beautiful collection of crochet patterns to make for breast cancer awareness. Whether you are looking to treat yourself to something pink to help raise awareness, or you are crocheting something special for a friend or charity organization, this book of pink patterns will have what you are looking for.

Choose from a variety of patterns including wearables (such as the Petals of Hope Shawl, Versatile Chemo Shrug, and My Indoor Hat), as well as home decor items like the Cuddle-Me Pillow and the Divine Comfort Throw. There are also plenty of other comforting patterns that are quick and easy to crochet, like the Ballet-Style Slippers, Trio of Facecloths, and the Mark of Elegance Bookmark.

Be sure to use super soft, comfy yarn when working up these pink crochet designs. The pattern instructions all include afforadable, yet luxurious yarns that will feel soothing against your skin. whether you're making something for a loved one or for charity, you're sure to warm someone's heart by making any one of these practical, pretty patterns.

Breast cancer is unfortunately one of the most common types of cancer among women. Chances are, you or someone you know has been impacted by breast cancer in one way or another. When someone is going through a difficult time in their life, it's amazing how wonderful of an impact a homemade crochet gift can be. A little thought really goes a long way to someone that's struggling. To know that someone thought enough about you to dedicate their time and crochet efforts to you personally, is truly heartwarming.

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