GIVEAWAY: More Than a Ribbon Lariat Necklace

In August we were contacted by Meadows Farms Nurseries to see if we would be interested in being a vendor at their annual Pink Day to raise money for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. As it so happens, The Animator's Wife was already scheduled to perform with her dance troupe the Suburban Gypsies at that very same event! But since they were also looking for donations for their silent auction, we decided to design something special just for the occasion.

More Than a Ribbon

Our More Than a Ribbon Lariat Necklace was designed as a unique new way to wear the breast cancer ribbon as a necklace. It is hand crocheted from satin ribbon, silver metallic crochet cotton, and features 24 genuine freshwater pearls. Rather than a traditional clasp, this necklace closes in the front by threading one end of the necklace through a loop in the middle.


The necklace will be available to purchase for $25 at Crochet Kitten's Bazaar on October 1st, with half (yes, half) of the purchase price of each necklace going to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

But today it is our featured giveaway! From now through October 9th, you have the chance to enter to win this necklace for yourself or for a loved one who has gone through her own breast cancer trials. Simply enter through the Rafflecopter below.

And if you happen to be in the Northern Virginia area on Saturday, October 10th, please be sure to visit us at Meadow Farms on Pink Day!

6 comments:

  1. I really like the combination of the thread and ribbon!

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  2. Breast cancer awareness is near & dear to our hearts so I think it's wonderful that you're doing this. Thank you so much.

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  3. That is beautiful! Mom was diagnosed with Breast cancer 11 years ago, just a few months after I got married. Surgery and many treatments later, she is enjoying babysitting her grandkids when I drop them off, unannounced, of course;)
    I have walked miles for Relay For Life and my sister got a breast cancer ribbon tattoo on her arm. This last year she was tested for BRCA gene and was negative. Whew!
    Do your monthly exams! Your breasts will thank you!

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  4. That is beautiful! Mom was diagnosed with Breast cancer 11 years ago, just a few months after I got married. Surgery and many treatments later, she is enjoying babysitting her grandkids when I drop them off, unannounced, of course;)
    I have walked miles for Relay For Life and my sister got a breast cancer ribbon tattoo on her arm. This last year she was tested for BRCA gene and was negative. Whew!
    Do your monthly exams! Your breasts will thank you!

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  5. Had a story of hope regarding my MIL. But she passed about 7 years ago. When she was alive she endured colon cancer 3 times over 10 years and everyone was amazed how she came back from it the first 2 times, the third time that was it, but we were glad to have her for the time we did. She was an amazing woman

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