7 Blanket Crochet Charity Patterns For Donations
Looking for some great crochet blanket patterns for donations? Read on down to find 7 free crochet blanket patterns that are great for charity!
Find out about the charities I support here and how you can help too.
Pick From 7 Crochet for Charity Patterns
With so many crochet blanket options out on the internet, I thought it would be nice to pick a few free ones that you could use for a donation this year.
Be that to a homeless shelter, animal shelter or just a person in need. These crochet for charity patterns range from easy to intermediate but all are fairly quick to work up.
Crochet Charity Blanket Donations Are Needed at Homeless Shelters & More!
It is really easy to find places near you that accept donations. I’d suggest reaching out to your local animal shelters, churches and schools who most likely are always looking for donations. They could always use blankets, hats or mittens, so they are prepared to help when the cold weather hits.
You can contact any of your local organizations or schools to ask about how you can do your part. I promise it will feel good knowing that you have made a difference be it even a small one.
Ready to Get started on a Charity Crochet Project?
Scroll on down to find the 7 charity crochet patterns that I picked just for you! If you have any that you’d like to share leave a comment or find me over on Instagram to let me know!
Crochet Blanket Patterns You Could Make for Charity Donations!
Simple Color Blocked Blanket
This color blocked crochet blanket pattern that works up fast and is great for beginner crocheters to make for charity
Alissa Crochet Throw
The Alissa free crochet throw pattern that makes a great blanket for donations and looks pretty awesome too!
Chunky Chevron Throw
This free crochet chunky throw pattern that works up extremely fast and uses bulky yarn that will make a great blanket for donations.
Chunky Crochet Blanket Pattern
This chunky free crochet pattern that is worked using just one crochet stitch! This definitely will make a great blanket donation because of how easy it is to work up.
Jane Crochet Throw Blanket
The Jane free crochet blanket pattern that uses just single crochets! If you are a beginner then you can do this blanket!
Neutral Chevron Crochet Blanket
This free chevron crochet blanket pattern that works up using only single crochet stitches! This zigzag blanket is great for charity donations!
Ombre Ripple Crochet Throw Blanket
This free ripple blanket crochet pattern that would make a great blanket for donation! You can make it one yarn color or multiple ones!
Need a Place to Donate These Crochet Blankets?
Looking for places to donate to? Check out my Charity page where to find some suggestions!
Let Me Know What You Think!
Thanks for taking the time to look today and if you have any more suggestions for blankets that would be good for donations please let me know in the comments!
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Hi i do alot of crochet but don’t know where to send the blankets to that i would like to donate
I’d suggest reaching out to your local animal shelters, churches, and schools who most likely are always looking for donations.
Love your color combinations.
Thank you Irene! 🙂
Thank you for the beautiful blanket patterns!
A must make this Fall and Winter.
You are welcome Mona! I am so glad you like them!
Hi Krista! Thank you so much for these patterns. Crocheting for charity is very rewarding.
I have crocheted several afghans for a local hospice which is very appreciative and sends the afghans home with the families of the patients who used them. I always leave a small hole in the afghan by dropping a few stitches as a symbol of the hole in the family left by the passing of the patient.
You are so welcome!
I love the symbolism of the hole in the blanket. That is so touching! Thank you for being here! <3