“Crochet Pink” is by Janet Rehfeldt and was published in 2013 by Martingale Publishing. I have known Janet for years. She publishes patterns in crochet, knit, knit machine and Tunisian crochet. She’s a force in the industry!
So many of us have been impacted by breast cancer, whether we’ve dealt with it personally or know someone who has. A special crocheted gift is a tangible way to show our support to loved ones—or our appreciation to our caregivers. These beautiful patterns are ideal.Janet Rehfeldt
The book consists of 96 pages and includes 26 projects.
Notice and Disclaimer: All crochet patterns written by Kim Guzman at CrochetKim are in US terms. All photos not copyright to Kim Guzman are posted with permission. This website contains affiliate links.
I was able to pick my three favorite projects in the book and you will see how incredible.
The Cashmere Fingerless Gloves are made in luxurious Jojoland Cashmere Laceweight. These cables are extraordinary! These would be a welcome gift to anyone.
The Petals of Hope Shawl is worked in laceweight Juniper Moon Farm Findley. The pattern uses easy stitches which work so well with laceweight. It would make an excellent, comforting shawl.
The Fabulous Felted Hat is made in Cascade Yarns 220 which is a worsted wool that felts like a dream. It produces gorgeous felted projects and I’ve used it several times for felting.
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