Knitting for Charity: 5 Free Patterns for Charity Knitting

Doing something for someone else can be as easy as knit and purl. Now you can knit for charity with all sorts of wonderful patterns, thanks to this free eBook from Knitting Daily. Knitting blankets for charity is one of the best ways to give back, and we’ve got an adorable baby blanket pattern that you are going to love. A knit shawl is a wonderful way to wrap someone in the comforts of knitting, and there are a few cuddly toy patterns that would make a cherished gift to children. We’ve also included both adult and baby sized patterns for anyone interested in knitting hats for charity.

Whether you’re interested in hats, blankets, wraps, or stuffed toys you will find a great selection of charity knitting patterns in this free download.

Download your 5 free patterns for charity knitting!
Find your new favorite charity knitting patterns, get your free eBook today.

Find the perfect pattern to inspire you to knit for charity with this free eBook!

Knitters have a unique ability to contribute to the welfare of society—we can share our craft with others, knitting love and comfort into each stitch. And knitting for charity is so rewarding! Download this free eBook to get started or keep reading to learn more about each pattern.

Knitting Baby Hats for Charity: Baby Beanie by Kathleen Cubley

Pattern #1

Baby Beanie by Kathleen Cubley

Newborns need to keep their precious heads warm, and the easy Baby Beanie is perfect for that. Knit several of them and donate them to a hospital in your hometown. You’ll feel so good knowing your charity knitting pattern is topping the heads of brand new babies!

Knitting Blankets for Charity: Garter Stitch Baby Blanket by Kathleen Cubley

Pattern #2

Garter Stitch Baby Blanket by Kathleen Cubley

Babies also need blankets, of course. We’ve included a great, easy pattern for you that will knit up quickly. It’s basically a giant Granny’s Favorite Washcloth. This simple, quick knit will make a big impact on the baby who receives it.

Shawl Knitting Patterns for Charity: Comfort Shawl by Sandi Wiseheart

Pattern #3

Comfort Shawl by Sandi Wiseheart

People going through chemo or any other medical crisis will love receiving a beautiful, comforting shawl. Make a few Comfort Shawls and contact The American Cancer Society to see which region in the country is in need. This is one of our favorite knitting patterns for charity.

Toy Patterns for Charity Knitting: Knitted Cuddlies by Louisa Harding

Pattern #4

Knitted Cuddlies by Louisa Harding

Kids in crisis need something to love and call their own. Louisa Harding’s Knitted Cuddlies are perfect for charity knitting. There are three designs to choose from: a rabbit, a bear, and a kitty. Donate these to your local fire department or to the Red Cross.

Knitting Hats for Charity: Earflap Hats by Knitscene Design Team

Pattern #5

Earflap Hats by Knitscene Design Team

Adults, teens, and kids may have needs for a hat too, and these earflap hats are the perfect fit.. There are actually three knitting for charity patterns here—we’ve included a family of hats in three different sizes. You’ll enjoy knitting the easy Earflap Hats and thinking about the those who will get so much use out of them in the cold winter months.

What are you waiting for? Download your free knitting for charity patterns today!

Enjoy spreading the love of knitting with these free patterns. Knitting baby hats for charity is so rewarding, and we have the perfect little hat for you. You’ll enjoy knitting an easy baby blanket, too. There’s a comfort shawl for those suffering through an illness, and earflap hats in three sizes. We’ve also included a group of darling stuffed animals for kids who need something to cuddle. Download all five charity knitting patterns and start a new pattern today!

From babies and adults to kids charity knitting, this eBook has something for every need.