My sister is a breast cancer survivor and I’m always inspired by her strength. I love to show-off her strength with gifts that honor her courage and fight against cancer. When I came across Knitting With a Cure, I knew that I just had to get it.
In addition to 18 patterns that celebrate women who have breast cancer, there’s also the story of the traveling shawl. This one shawl traveled across the country and was created by 50 different knitters, all of whom were affected in one way or another by breast cancer.
I love the variety of projects in this book. There are a few different shawls, plus a throw blanket, fingerless gloves and plenty of accessories. Whether you’re looking for a big project, or a quick-knit project, this book offers some wonderful gift ideas to knit for the special woman in your life.