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I only made one handmade gift this past Christmas. I made this Crocheted Breast Cancer Awareness Ribbon Scarf for my mother, a breast cancer survivor.
Crocheted Breast Cancer Awareness Ribbon Scarf
My daughter is modeling the scarf in these first two pictures. This ribbon scarf is super easy to make. It looks more complicated than it is. It’s a very pretty scarf, too.
You could make this scarf with the color of the awareness ribbon you want to acknowledge. For example, orange for leukemia awareness, or gold for childhood cancer awareness. If you wanted to get all fancy, you could change colors to have the solid rows a different color than the ribbon rows. I think I’ll try that next!
Here’s a picture of my mother on Christmas day modeling her scarf. Shh…don’t tell her I posted a picture of her! She’s shy! lol
Like I said, the pattern for this scarf is super easy. You can easily learn it from this video. Really. It’s so easy, no written pattern is necessary! So grab some pink yarn and get crocheting!
If you make a ribbon scarf, let me know how it turned out!
You may also like my post on how to make a Breast Cancer Awareness Ribbon Gravevine Wreath.
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