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The Amazing Grace Free Crochet Pattern Series Is About To Grow….

It’s Coming….




Try and guess what the 5th Amazing Grace Pattern will be…Lets chat!!!

It will be posted next week and I hope you will love this one as much as the other 4 Amazing Grace Free Crochet Patterns!!!  It is a simple project you can finish in one evening… Great to give to someone suffering or recovering from cancer and I am so excited to add to the collection!!

If you aren’t familiar with my Amazing Grace Free Crochet Pattern Series I am dedicating all these patterns to Breast Cancer Awareness and my to Dearest Friend Sandra Kay Gilb,,, Sandra passed away in December 2007 from Breast Cancer.  I ask you to enjoy my patterns and make them over and over for gifts, to sell and for yourself… But most of all I ask you to pay it forward and donate to a charity for cancer or someone suffering or recovering from cancer!

God Bless You and Happy Crocheting!!







  1. Lucille Morgan

    I have made 2 of the Amazing Grace Shawls , giving to 2 ladies that are recovering Breast Cancer , just this past year.

  2. I lost my mom 2 months ago after a 15 year battle with breast cancer as well. Her and I had a vision to spread love through making crocheted hats for cancer patients… So I was THRILLED to find the Amazing Grace hat pattern recently. I just finished my first one last night, and am loving the design. It’s a great fit and perfect for full head and ear coverage. Bless you for sharing your design with us, and for having the same vision my mom and i have to help others.
    <3 Pam

  3. Is your next pattern and shawl or poncho?

  4. I think it’s either a hat or a lap afghan. I love your website, named after your grandmother. Mine also taught me to crochet when I was 5. She was amazing. Grandma could see something at someone’s house, like a doily or tablecloth, and come home and create it! She never learned how to read a pattern. It was all in her head.

  5. My mother just found a lump in her right breast. We went to her primary dr. last week and a surgeon yesterday. He wants to do a mastectomy. We are both in shock right now.

  6. Thank you for your prayers. We don’t know what we should do. She is 83, not in good health and very weak.

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