8 Different Crochet Stitches: Learn To Crochet Something New With Free Crochet Patterns, Volume II
Charitable Contributions: 48 Patterns to Crochet for Charity
By: Kara Huen, Editor for AllFreeCrochet
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Being able to crochet is a skill that not very many people possess. The complicated nature of reading crochet patterns is only appealing to few who dare attempt it. Since you are here because you are one of those few, I challenge you to use your talent for the greater good. It's easy to get caught up in our own lives and only do things that benefit us or those close to us. Instead, I have included a collection of crochet patterns solely for the purpose of being donated to a crochet charity.
Organized by charity, these crochet patterns either have a specific charitable purpose or are basic enough that they could be made by and for anyone. There are mostly beginner crochet patterns here so that even the newest crocheter can make a crochet hat or crochet blanket for the charity of their choice. Check out our complete list of crochet charities to find other organizations you can donate to at any time. All you have to do is open your heart and start moving those hooks to crochet for charity.
Charitable Contributions Table of Contents
Love in the Language of Yarn
Guardian Angel Animal Rescue
Halos of Hope
Other Crochet Ideas to Donate
You can keep your charitable donations quick and thrifty by downloading our free ebook, One Skein Patterns: Crochet Made Simple.
Project Linus accepts homemade blankets of all kinds. They donate these blankets to children in need for many reasons such as poverty, serious illness, trauma, etc. Their mission is to give people a sense of hope, security, and comfort when they just can't seem to find that anywhere else. Help show that kindness by working up one or multiple crochet blanket patterns below.
'LILY' sews together squares sent in from all over the world to give to people that had to flee to refugee camps. These camps are not exactly comfortable or homey, so these quilt, knit, and crochet blankets help show both children and adults that they are not forgotten. Find the right afghan granny square for you to send in below.
If you know someone who has been affected by assault and/or abuse, then Compassionate Creations might be the charity you want to crochet for. They accept crochet scarf donations as a way to support those survivors who are fearful and vulnerable to help get them through rough times. All of the patterns below are beginner scarves that work up quickly and easily so that you can make multiples in no time.
If you want even more crochet scarf patterns that are perfect for donating, try out our collection of 19 Quick and Easy Crochet Scarves!
Even animals needs all the help that we can give them. Guardian Angel is a no kill rescue group of volunteers that always appreciates donations of pet toys, blankets, etc. They take animals off of the streets and out of dangerous situations to make sure they are in a loving and safe environment. Work up these crochet patterns for pets to help them provide for all of the lost animals.
Halos of Hope focuses on those battling cancer and needing support by providing chemo caps and hats to hospitals all over. All of the hats that they donate are handmade, so these easy crochet hat patterns are perfect for working up a few and shipping a box to the chapter closest to you. You can make a crochet hat for a child or an adult, since people of all ages are constantly battling cancer and going through chemo.
If none of these sound like exactly the right organization for you to donate to, then work up one of these other basic crochet patterns. Crochet gift baskets, mittens, shawls, and more could be just the right thing for you to give back to the charity that is closest to your heart.
Crochet hat patterns can be some of the easiest and quickest to work up. Check out our 28 Beginner Crochet Hat Patterns for the Whole Family to find the perfect collection of hats to donate.
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