After many days of creating & finalizing this pattern, between dinner, kids' homework and time with family, Hope's pattern is finally complete...thanks to my wonderful husband!
Thank you all for your patience. I underestimated how much work would go into creating an e-pattern, but it's been worth it.
I hope that "Hope" will inspire & bring a smiles to many faces as well as bring much needed funding to cancer research.
Hope's pattern will be $10 with 10% benefiting Huntsman Cancer Research Foundation and 10% benefiting Samaritan's Purse International Relief. Order securely below.
If you would like to purchase a PDF pattern via Paypal, simply send an e-mail to Project Hope Society with "Pattern Purchase" in the subject line. I will send you a Paypal invoice with complete instructions for payment within 24 hours. Once I receive your payment, your pattern will be e-mailed to you, also within 24 hours. I recommend reading the instruction portion in its entirety before beginning your project.
If you would like, send in a photo of your doll along with any information you want to add and I will post it on the
Project Hops Society Blog.
*Due to the nature of this product, there are no refunds
*By purchasing this pattern, you agree that you will not share or resell this pattern in any way. The pattern itself is for your personal use only. You may sell the dolls made using this pattern. A link to the Project Hope Society would be appreciated in your listings.
Thank you to everyone who's inquired about my pattern. I've put the final touches on it today. It will be made into the e-pattern tomorrow! You can order it via e-mail & Paypal or Etsy & Paypal. I prefer e-mail as it avoids Etsy fees and more money goes to research. I'll also be posting my e-pattern at Artfire by the end of next week. Artfire doesn't require you to have an account to purchase items like Etsy does, which is a plus for buyers. So keep watching thanks for your support & encouragement.
Her pattern is in the works and should be available this week!
I was inspired both by G-d, family members and by John Huntsman, founder of Huntsman Cancer Institute, to design a Raggedy Doll for chemotherapy patients. My family, as well as my husbands, has been touched by cancer and if there is anything I can do to help I'm willing!
If you would like to purchase Hope, you may do so by email & Paypal or by visiting my Etsy shop. simply send an e-mail to ProjectHopeSociety@gmail.com to let me know you'd like her. I'll send you a Paypal invoice with simple instructions for payment. Hope will be mailed within 1-3 business days. If you would rather purchase her via Etsy you can find her here.
A group of dedicated doll makers, creating dolls for patients undergoing chemotherapy. Every doll benefits cancer research or patients in some way. If you're a doll maker and would like to submit a photo & story of a therapy doll to the Project Hope Society, send an e-mail, including a photo of the doll and any additional info you'd like to add, to ProjectHopeSociety@gmail.com. Your submission will become the next post.
To purchase a PDF pattern of Hope via Paypal, Please send an e-mail to email@example.com with "Pattern Purchase" in the subject line and an invoice will be sent to your e-mail inbox via Paypal within 24 hours. Following payment, the PDF pattern will be sent. Thanks!
This site is dedicated to my Aunt Wanda, one of the dearest women, aside from my mother, that ever walked the earth. She lived a life of love and everyone who had the privilege of knowing her was blessed.
She went taken home to be with her Lord, at the age of 60, during the summer of 2008 due to complications of cancer. It was a sudden and tragic shock that our family has yet to recover from. Cancer has touched my family and my husbands as well and many family friends.
The Project Hope society is dedicated to her memory and the memory of all who have fought against this terrible disease.
I got some wonderful advice from a sewing friend. Talk to your local fabric store and see if they would be willing to donate any remnants or scraps to your project. Enlist friends, church members and even hospital staff, if possible, to build up an inventory of dolls for donating.