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February 2018
February 2018

Go Pink For Breast Cancer Awareness Month

This month we're selecting our favourite pink projects to support Breast Cancer Awareness. Whether you're making toys, accessories or garments we urge you to embrace the pink and add a fabulous flush to support this incredible charity throughout October.

Go Pink For Breast Cancer Awareness Month

1. Cable Cushion

Inject colour into your sitting room with this stylish knit.

Go Pink For Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Image: Let's Knit

2. Snowy the Daschund

This adorable beginner crochet project would make a unique Christmas gift.

Go Pink For Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Image: Top Crochet Patterns

3. Baby Cardi

Your little tot will be as snug as a bug in this hooded make.

Go Pink For Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Image: Red Heart

4. Treat your Feet

These quick knits are perfect for trying out new techniques.

Go Pink For Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Image: Let's Knit

5. Beautiful Bootees

Crochet bootees are a must-make for any crafter with a little one on the way - we love the sweet little trim!

Go Pink For Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Image: Cool Creativity

6. Fashion Flair

Fancy more of a challenge? Try this stylish sweater in stunning textured stitches.

Go Pink For Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Image: Let's Knit

7. Heart Hottie

A must-have for the winter season, this hot water bottle cover is perfect to make for your loved ones.

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Image: The Knitting Network

8. Cinderella Doll

Bring the fairytale to life with this topsy-turvy knit. Be sure to leave time to assemble and embroider her beautiful face.

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Image: Let's Knit

9. Quirky Giraffe

A fantastic toy choice for little tots, our colourful project is made in simple stitches.

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Image: Top Crochet Patterns

10. Fancy Flamingo

Challenge yourself and craft this trendy creature – it's an essential for your craft room!

Go Pink For Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Image: Let's Knit

11. Everlasting Rose

Crochet a set of flowers that will last forever. Make them into centre pieces, or if you're feeling extra savvy – a hair accessory!

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Image: Etsy

12. George the Pig

Sweet little farmyard friend George, would make a wonderful gift this Christmas, we love his little outfit!

Go Pink For Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Image: Let's Knit

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