Charity Knitting Patterns


#1

Here are some knitting patterns for making items for charity!
:muah:

[FONT=Arial][SIZE=3]Lion Brand Charity Knitting Patterns[/SIZE][/FONT]
[FONT=Arial][SIZE=3]P2 Designs for Charity Knitting[/SIZE][/FONT]
[FONT=Arial][SIZE=3]Lightweight Amputation Covers[/SIZE][/FONT]
[FONT=Arial][SIZE=3]“Crib Snake” for Isolette Babies[/SIZE][/FONT]
[FONT=Arial][SIZE=3]Baby Snuggler for Crib[/SIZE][/FONT]
[FONT=Arial][SIZE=3]Newborn Vest for Preemie with Tubes at Hospital[/SIZE][/FONT]
[FONT=Arial][SIZE=3]Toe Cover for Casts[/SIZE][/FONT]


#2

http://www.woolworks.org/patterns.html
http://www.charitablecrafters.org/Knitting.htm
http://www.whitehalldesign.com/dulaan/index.htm


#3

[COLOR=darkorchid]And a few more both knitting and crochet! :happydance:[/COLOR]


#4

Bring it ON! :cheering:


#5

Don’t forget my favorite![U]
Mother Bear Pattern
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#6

Here’s my new favorite charity baby sweater pattern:
http://margarethubertoriginals.com/CHILDBLUE.html

This is how it turned out for me:

I love this pattern because it’s simple and elegant. It’s easy enough for charity, but lovely enough to give your best friend’s baby. I prefer making the smallest size because it gets a little heavy, but that’s just me.

Enjoy!


#7

Pretty, salos!


#8

Sandy, I like your patterns, esp. the pink bonnet and the wrist warmers.


#9

Thank you, my friend! :hug:


#10

Bev’s Cottage in America has lots of links to free charity patterns.

Sandy in New Zealand


#11

I belong to Loves Many Cloths
We started with dish/face cloths and blossomed from there.

Take a look you may find some place that you want to give to. www.lovesmanycloths.com


#12

That’s a cool site, fl_knittingknut!
You have all done a great thing!


#13

http://heavenlyangelsinneed.com/Patterns.html


#14

Thanks! That link didn’t work, though.

You can go to the main website, and click “Free Patterns” to see that link.
http://heavenlyangelsinneed.com/


#15

Sorry about that. I fixed the link. For some reason it would not work unless I capitalized the P in pattern on the link. How wierd huh?:wink: Well it works now! Thanks for letting me know!!! :slight_smile:
Mary


#16

That’s odd, isn’t it? :??

I’m glad it’s resolved now. :wink:


#17

Hi,
I hope it’s ok if I add my website and the hundreds of free charity patterns on there:

Bev’s Country Cottage

Just browse around and I am sure you will find what you need in the way of charity patterns, or places to donate etc.

Warm hugs!
Bev


#18

Thanks for joining and sharing your link, Bev!
I LOVE your website!! :heart:


#19

http://www.touchinglittlelives.org/knithatpat.html

For hats…


#20

Salos,
I also love this patt. & it’s a very easy knit!
There’s a way to make it into a vest as well.
Nice photo!
Karen G
in GA