October is a beautiful month best known for snuggly scarves, vibrant leaves, and hot apple cider. But October is also Breast Cancer Awareness month. Whether you are a survivor of this disease, know someone who is fighting it, or wish to bring awareness, there are tons of Pink Ribbon-inspired crafts that you can create. Keep them for yourself or donate them to help in the fight against breast cancer.
The Knit For A Cause Kit is an easy and charitable way to learn how to knit. Not only can you create a fun knit project, but a portion of the proceeds from each kit sold will be donated to benefit the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. Complete with two skeins of pink Fun Fur yarn, size 15 pink knitting needles, large-eyed blunt needle for finishing, fully illustrated beginner knitting instructions, and step-by-step instructions, you’ll be amazed at how easy it is to knit your own scarf. Plus, this kit is further proof that crafting can be good for your health: each kit also includes a laminated self-exam guide. Available for only $14.44.
Cancer affects everyone: patients, friends, family, and loved ones. It is important to offer hope and comfort whenever you can. This touching cross stitch kit stands up to cancer and is a wonderful reminder that even in the face of disease, there is hope. It describes all that cancer cannot take from us: love, hope, faith, peace, friendships, memories, courage, the soul, eternal life, or the spirit. Make this kit for you or someone you love. Each kit includes 14 count ivory cotton Aida fabric, 6-strand carded 100% cotton floss, needle, graph and instructions. Available for $16.99.
You can also make pink jewelry to support Breast Cancer Awareness. Craft a necklace, bracelet or set of earrings with the Holiday Bead Kit- Breast Cancer Awareness – Pink & Clear. The kit includes an assortment of clasps, chains, beads and instructions so you can create your own unique design. Available for $8.49.
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