Spreading Hope…a hat at a time.

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To help raise awareness for Childhood Cancer this month, we thought that we would make hats to honor all of the superhero fighters. These hats are for all the fighters, those who lost their battle, those who are currently fighting their battlers, and those who have won their fight. The picture above was provided by superty.org. Ty’s mother is an amazing woman who blogged about her sons battle with cancer and still continues to blog even after Ty went home to heaven on October 17, 2012 at the age of 5. Ty touched our hearts deeply and we wanted to be sure that we made hats that truly honored him and all of the other children with cancer. We hope that these hats do just that and now for the unveiling:

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We plan to make as many of these hats as possible and send them out to the hospitals by mid month. We even made special labels that include the gold ribbon that we will be placing on all of our donation for this month. Please take some time this month to recognize Childhood Cancer and to help make a difference.
~Vanessa

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PS- We have joined in these link up parties:

Hookin’ on Hump Day

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Comments on: "SuperHeroes Unveiled" (18)

  1. These hats are fantastic. I’m sure there are many warriors out there who will love them. Is there a pattern? Are you on Ravelry?

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  2. Thank you. We don’t really have a pattern. I just loom knitted the hats using a ribbed stitch for the brim and an e-wrap for the rest of the hat. I then just cut out felt in the shapes I wanted and sewed it all onto the hat. We are not currently on Ravelry.

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  3. You are Angels. Thank you for shining so much light and giving so much hope and love xxxxxxxxx

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  6. Those are super! Thanks for sharing at my Pin Me Linky Party! Following you!

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  8. Aww! The hats are amazing and such a great gift for kids who are so much stronger than many adults.

    If you’re interested, I’d love if you shared these at my Show & Tell party going on right now. http://www.gingerlymade.com/2013/09/show-tell-43.html

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