As some of you may know, I am thrilled to be a part of the orginazation called Halos of Hope, which tirelessly dedicates time and resources to comforting people going through cancer treatment by providing comfortable crocheted, knitted, and sewn hats.

Read about one of my experiences here: I Cried My Way Through Stitches East

The hat I’ve featured here I call “Nebula” and has been featured on the Halos of Hope website! While it’s not a free pattern, 100% of ALL pattern proceeds fund shipping and handling for caps to be sent across the country! How amazing is that!!

CLICK HERE to see how you can get this pattern, and help comfort those suffering through cancer treatment!

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One thought on “Charity hat pattern: Nebula”

  1. A check holder with pockets. That way I can write the sizes of hooks on the pockets. Also a home-made fabric crayon holder that rolls up small.

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