You are among the people who have decided to show their support for the efforts in fighting breast cancer. One of the methods you have decided to adopt is the use of the pink ribbon scarf. You therefore want to either crotchet one for yourself to be putting on as an awareness strategy or to crotchet many either for sale or to distribute to others for a more solid awareness strategy. This document will help you know how to crotchet the breast cancer awareness pink ribbon.
But even before you start crocheting; it’s worth knowing some few things about the pink ribbon scarf. This scarf’s is designed to offer more than just the warmth you get from it. Working out on this crocheted scarf will show an act of prayer, support as well as love to all those wearing it. This prayer ribbon was designed to act as a mimic of the breast cancer awareness ribbon that’s symbolic. It measures approximately 64” long and 14” wide. Wearing this scarf shows support and it’s therefore worth either putting it on or giving it to someone who is in need of that little extra TLC.
- Crotchets hook that measure 8mm or 5mm for obtaining gauge.
- yarn needleCarom simply soft that’s 170g /6. Oz: 288 m/315 yards. The main color is soft pink (9719)- three skeins
Learning to crotchet this scarf is not so difficult. The most important thing is that you familiarize yourself with some small sets of common stitches. To start the scarf project will be easy if you have already learned to do some of these stitches. Learn how to make single crotchet, chains and double crotchets and you are in the right track. Try these stitches as you pay keen attention on consistency in the size of these three till you feel comfortable to go. Never give up simply because it was not coming right at the beginning since crocheting is something that requires time for practice.
No sooner will you have felt comfortable to go about the three types of stitches than you will be ready to start the pink ribbon scarf project or any other project. Other than just the scarf, you will be able to make hats, blankets, pullovers among others and sell them through breast cancer shops.
Learning to crotchet the breast awareness scarf will enable you to not only show love to others but you can also earn an income thereafter. As you will be crocheting the scarves to donate to others, you will gain experience on how to crotchet other types of attire for sale. You will make children’s pullovers, blankets and other clothes for sale to earn an income. It’s therefore a very worthy venture for you.